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Summer School

Summer School Registrations forms are in and they are available in the Counseling Office. Dates and pertinent information are included on the forms.


Career Center-Events and Job Postings

If you're thinking about participating in sports in college, here are some helpful things to know!

Job Opportunities:
The WW Sub Shop and many other places in town are hiring - keep your eyes open!
• The City of Walla Walla is hiring for their summer pool staff (they offer lifeguarding in May if you need it).
Talk to Parks & Rec if you're interested.
• There are places hiring and as our town gets ready for summer and all the harvest, visitors, and kids with free time that entails. If you don't have a food worker's card and you want to work in a place that serves food, you can get it here:
• If you don't have an up to date resume, make one. You will want it to be one page and with clear formatting and no typos. SEATech's resume workshop powerpoint can be viewed here. Once you have a resume, you'll be more able to respond when people want to know more about you. You can also drop them off at places you're interested in and
ask to meet the manager. (This is a time when it's good to talk to strangers).
Here is a sample resume you can emulate.
• There are lots of cool summer programs around the world available in my office! Come learn about them.

Is College not your thing?Come talk to me about Job Corp or Apprenticeship!



Career Center-Volunteer Opportunities

In order to graduate, every senior needs to have 10 hours of Community Service and/or Volunteering for every year they attend Wa-Hi. That means that most seniors need 40 hours of community service upon graduation.

Learn more about volunteering at Wa-Hi!

  • Here's a helpful slideshow (view here)
  • Working list of volunteer opportunities available as they come up (view here)

Volunteer Documentation Forms are always available on the right bar of the Career Center webpage as well as paper copies in the College & Career Center inside the library.

NEW Volunteer Opportunities:

Are you interested in possibly pursuing a career in the medical field? St Mary's has a great summer program that will give you a hands on experience in the hospital while also fulfilling your volunteer hours required to graduate. Come to the Career Center during lunch to learn more!

May 4 and 5 - Tire Recycling-POSTPONED until September
The county needs help with directing traffic and doing paperwork at the lot by the Mill Creek Sports Plex, across from CC. Anyone who works 4 or more hours gets free lunch and they'll give you a certificate for the hours worked that you can use for your graduation requirement. Email to sign up! Should anyone have questions, or if they would like to be added to our invitation list for the September event, please have them call me at 509-524-2616.

And one for the Summer:
Kids College 2019
June 17 – 21
Hours: Monday – Friday, 12pm – 5:30pm
Description: Seeking volunteers to spend a week helping run and coordinate Kids College. There will be about 150 9-12 year old kids attending "college" for one week. You will be asked to supervise during breaks, possibly play a game or two with them, set out snacks while they are in class, and help direct parents during drop off and pick up times.

Contact: Danielle at or 509-527-4331 if interested. We will need your name, phone number, email address, and t-shirt size.

 Camp Invention, a fun, hands-on day camp hosted at Berney Elementary, July 8-12 needs your help! Earn 40 hours of community service and have a great time mentoring elementary students and having fun exploring science and building inventions with kids. You can sign up with a friend and be paired in the same classroom, if you would like. If interested, see Mrs.Burt in S5 or email Jennifer Stone, Camp Director, at

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