• Work-Study Jobs at Non-Profits & Schools


  • The links below will take you to the current job listings for Federal Work-Study (FWS) positions in local area elementary and middle schools. If you are interested in a Federal Work-Study position, you must first contact the Student Employment Office to confirm that you are eligible for Work Study funding, and that you have been awarded Work Study funds as part of your overall financial aid package.

    If you have already received an email from the MHCC Student Employment Office stating you are eligible for a Work-Study position, please click on the list below for specific job descriptions and contact information. To set up an interview for the position, contact the supervisor listed in the job description. Please remember to bring with you the email from Student Employment that states you are eligible for Work-Study. (You can print it out or have it available on your phone to show the supervisor.)

    Technical Support Intern

    Job Description:
    Join a two-person team of IT professionals supporting instructors, secretaries and administrators using both Apple and Windows devices. Work 10-15 hours per week, scheduled around your classes. Examples of the tasks you can expect:

    • Perform Windows 7 to Windows 10 upgrades
    • Perform MS Office 2013 to 2019 Upgrades
    • Cleanup of Ethernet wiring on network patch panels
    • Identify and label servers, network switches, and other IT equipment
    • Create a Visio illustration of the Data Center
    • Provide internal website support

    Qualifications:
    Prefer to hire a MHCC student from Computer Information Systems, CIS-Information Technology or Networking & CyberSecurity to help them build their resume with real-world experiences and a professional reference. We appreciate the following qualities:

    • A positive attitude and willingness to learn
    • Responsible enough to take a task and run with it without need of direct supervision and know when to ask clarifying questions
    • Good reading comprehension, able to read complex instructions and technical manuals to identify solutions
    • Able to lift up to 50 pounds

    Wage: $12.50 per hour to start
    Shifts: Monday-Thursday, flexible scheduling 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Contact: David Kupersmith at davidkupersmith@pnci.org


    Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute is a regional training center for union carpenters and apprentices. Almost 1600 apprentices take classes at PNCI when they are not getting their On-the-Job Training at a construction site. PNCI has 18 classrooms equipped with a variety of instructional technologies, conference facilities with teleconferencing and audio-visual equipment as well as administrative offices.
    AVID Tutors at Gresham High School

    Located at 1200 N Main Ave, Gresham, OR

    Job Description:
    Tutor 9-12th grade students using the AVID tutorial strategy. Training will be given to learn strategies.

    Qualifications:
    Proficiency in Math and/or Reading; Dependability; Responsibility; Patience; Desire to learn; sincere desire to serve.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts: Between 730am and 245pm on Tues and Thurs
    Contact: Cheeri Schacht, 503-258-4853 or schacht2@gresham.k12.or.us

    Math or Reading Tutors at North Gresham Elementary

    Located at 1001 SE 217th, Gresham, OR

    Job Description:
    Work with individual students or small groups of students in a classroom environment to support them in learning Math and/or Reading skills.

    Qualifications:
    Interest and/or experience working with children in grades K-5; Proficiency in Math and/or Reading; Dependability; Responsibility; Patience; Desire to learn; Sincere desire to serve. Bending, standing, and sitting in small chairs may be required.

    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts: Between 8:30am to 3pm—may work any number of hours per day or days per week
    Contact: Principal Tracy Klinger @ 503-661-6415 or klinger@gresham.k12.or.us

    Math or Reading Tutors at Hall Elementary

    Located at 2505 NE 23rd, Gresham, OR

    Job Description:
    Work with individual students or small groups of students in a classroom environment to support them in learning Math and/or Reading skills.

    Qualifications:
    Interest and/or experience working with children in grades K-5; Proficiency in Math and/or Reading; Dependability; Responsibility; Patience; Desire to learn; Sincere desire to serve. Bending, standing, and sitting in small chairs may be required.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts: Between 8:30am to 3pm—may work any number of hours per day or days per week
    Contact: Principal Heidi Lasher, 503-661-6330 or lasher@gresham.k12.or.us

    Math or Reading Tutors at Sweetbriar Elementary

    Located at 501 Sweetbriar Lane, Troutdale, OR

    Job Description:
    Work with individual students or small groups of students in a classroom environment to support them in learning Math and/or Reading skills.

    Qualifications:
    Interest and/or experience working with children in grades K-5; Proficiency in Math and/or Reading; Dependability; Responsibility; Patience; Desire to learn; Sincere desire to serve. Bending, standing, and sitting in small chairs may be required.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts: Between 8:30am to 3pm—may work any number of hours per day or days per week
    Contact: Principal Marie Marianiello @ 503-666-9441 X2130 or mmarianiello@rsd7.net.

    Math or Reading Tutors at West Gresham Elementary

    Located at 330 W. Powell Blvd

    Job Description:
    Work with individual students or small groups of students in a classroom environment to support them in learning Math and/or Reading skills.

    Qualifications:
    Interest and/or experience working with children in grades K-5; Proficiency in Math and/or Reading; Dependability; Responsibility; Patience; Desire to learn; Sincere desire to serve. Bending, standing, and sitting in small chairs may be required.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts: Between 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. — may work any number of hours per day or days per week.
    Contact:Principal Lori Walter @ 503-661-0140 or walter@gresham.k12.or.us.

    Math/Science Mentor at Centennial High School and Ron Russell Middle School

    Job Description:
    Tutor/mentor high school and middle school students in a variety of math and science subjects. Play games and facilitate activities with students to increase their math and science confidence. Subjects needed include algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, biology, chemistry. Work sites are Centennial High School and Ron Russell Middle School.

    Qualifications:
    "B" average in high school and/or college math and science classes. Applicants will be asked to provide unofficial transcripts verifying grades. Enthusiasm for math and science subjects. Interest in working with first generation middle and high school students from diverse backgrounds. Current or former TRIO program participants and first generation college students encouraged to apply.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $13/hour
    Shifts: Mon and Wed, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Mondays, 2:30-5:30 p.m.
    Contact: Sharon Juenemann at 503-491-7590 or Sharon.Juenemann@mhcc.edu

    Math/Science Tutor Summit Learning Charter School--Eagle Creek

    Job Description:
    Conduct in-person tutor sessions for individual students or small groups of virtual academy students for grades 7-12 in math and science.

    Location: Summit Learning Charter30391 SE Hwy 211, Eagle Creek, OR 97022
    http://summitlearningcharter.org
    https://www.facebook.com/summitvirtual/

    Qualifications:
    Math Level: Have taken Algebra and Geometry at high school or college level
    Science Level: Have taken Biology, General Science, and Chemistry at high school or college level.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $17/hour
    Shifts: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 15 hours per week
    Contact: Please send a short resume and letter of interest to: Dale Bernardini dbernardini@summitlc.org

    Math/Science Tutor Summit Learning Charter School--Gresham

    Job Description:
    Conduct in-person tutor sessions for individual students or small groups of virtual academy students for grades 7-12 in math and science.

    Location: Gresham Library, 385 NW Miller Ave, Gresham, OR 97030
    http://summitlearningcharter.org
    https://www.facebook.com/summitvirtual/

    Qualifications:
    Math Level: Have taken Algebra and Geometry at high school or college level
    Science Level: Have taken Biology, General Science, and Chemistry at high school or college level.

    Must pass a criminal background check
    Wage: $17/hour
    Shifts: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 4:00pm to 8pm; 8 hours per week
    Contact: Please send a short resume and letter of interest to: Dale Bernardini dbernardini@summitlc.org

    Center for Innovation Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Center for Innovation, Turbine Hall)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular maintenance, upkeep, and development of the museum halls and labs.

    This position is for the Center for Innovation (C4I) and reports to the Turbine Hall Assistant Manager. OMSI's Center for Innovation is a new area of the museum where guests participate in Design Challenges—activities where they build on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) knowledge to design, build, test, and iterate solutions to solve personal, local, and global challenges. As a work-study student in this area, you will primarily facilitate these hands-on Design Challenges with visitors of all ages. You may also participate in helping to design, develop, test, and evaluate activities and experiences.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills
    • Self-directed and willing to take initiative
    • Creative, imaginative, and collaborative
    • Desire and/or ability to present science, design, and engineering processes and content in an engaging way to a broad age range
    • Present a professional personal appearance
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • General interactive exhibit and activity development skills and practices

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Schedule depends on needs of the lab or hall, but will be regular and predictable week to week. Minimum of 4 hours per week for at least 10 weeks. Shifts will fall in windows between 9:00am-5:30pm.
    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.
    Contact: To apply and submit your online application (link to: https://form.jotform.us/hwalls/omsi-work-study-application), along with a resume and cover letter.

    Chemistry Lab Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Chemistry Lab)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education work study students spend their time in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work study students assist Museum Education staff in the presentation and development of the museum halls and labs.

    This work study position is for the Chemistry Lab and reports to the Chemistry Educator and/or Turbine Hall Assistant Manager. OMSI's Chemistry Lab is the first hands-on wet chemistry lab experience in a science museum in the nation. Visitors to the lab put on goggles and explore a variety of phenomena in chemistry using actual chemistry tools and chemicals. Topics change weekly, ensuring a dynamic experience for staff and guests alike!

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills
    • Self-directed and willing to take initiative
    • Desire and/or ability to present science process and content in an engaging way to a broad age range
    • Present a professional personal appearance
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule
    • Interest in chemistry and science education
    • Basic familiarity and comfort with chemical handling and chemical safety

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, cultivate learner-driven investigations, and practice reflective facilitation
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • Chemical handling and hazard communication

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Schedule depends on needs of the lab or hall, but will be regular and predictable week to week. Minimum of 4 hours per week for at least 10 weeks. Shifts will fall in windows between 9:00am-5:30pm.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Climate Awareness Coordinator Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Design Office)

    Job Description:
    The Climate Awareness Coordinator (CAC) will support the work of the Climate Action Group coordinating museum-wide climate change activities in partnership with community organizations. The CAC Work-Study position will assist with researching best practices for climate education, developing community partnerships, and planning of high impact events. The CAC has three main roles: (1) assist and work alongside staff exploring climate change, (2) identify potential community partners, and (3) coordinate museum-wide activities. At the supervisor's discretion, some of the student's time may also be spent on special projects.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Commitment to advocating for practices of equity and inclusion
    • Self-directed and willing to take initiative.
    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills.
    • Present a professional personal appearance.
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule.
    • Ability to manage time effectively with multiple tasks and in a shared workspace.
    • Strong computer skills, particularly using Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI) training

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Shifts would be Sunday – Friday between 9:00 am and 5:30 pm. Minimum of 8 - 12 hours a week for at least 2 academic terms/ semesters. Must have Thursday afternoon availability.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Earth Sciences Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Earth Labs)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular maintenance, upkeep, and development of the museum halls and labs.

    This Earth Sciences Work Study will assist the Coordinator with teaching classes, interacting with visitors in an informal education environment, and project work involving climate change research and developing climate change demonstrations. Earth Science focuses on how earth systems and humans affect each other. Visitors explore topics that include climate change, renewable energy, watersheds, plate tectonics, and paleontology. The hall includes the Earth and Paleontology Labs, and a Science on a Sphere (SOS) exhibit. SOS is a six-foot diameter globe with data visualizations projected on it.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills.
    • Self-directed and willing to take initiative.
    • Desire and/or ability to present science process and content in an engaging way to a broad age range.
    • Present a professional personal appearance.
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule.
    • Must have an earth or environmental science background

    Training you will receive:

    • Lab specific maintenance and procedures
    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Museum safety and emergency response

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Must have Wednesday 2 pm – 5:30 pm availability. Minimum of 8 hours a week for at least 1 academic term/ semester.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Early Childhood Engagement Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Science Playground and Discovery Lab)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular maintenance, upkeep, and development of the museum halls and labs.

    This position is for the Early Childhood Engagement program and reports to the Early Childhood Engagement Educator and/or Coordinator. The Science Playground and Discovery Lab are OMSI's areas where young children ages 0-6 learn and explore in fun, developmentally appropriate settings. The Early Childhood Education Work Study Student assists Early Childhood Engagement staff in maintaining physical spaces, supporting parents and children while they experience activities and exhibits, and ensuring the safety of our youngest visitors and their families.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills.
    • Interest and/or experience in early childhood education and child development.
    • Must be able to bend and stoop as needed to maintain integrity, appearance, and safety of the area.
    • Ability to take initiative.
    • Eager to present science process and content in an engaging way to young children.
    • Interest in early childhood education and child development; ability to learn and communicate these topics to adult audiences.
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a regular schedule.
    • Must present a professional personal appearance.
    • Working toward a degree in early childhood education, child development, psychology, education, or science with college coursework in early childhood education.
    • Experience working with the public and/or young children highly desirable.
    • Experience working with the public in formal or informal educational settings highly desired

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • Customer service
    • Best practices in early childhood education in an informal setting.

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Schedule depends on needs of the lab or hall, but will be regular and predictable week to week. Ideal candidates can commit to at least one and up to three 4-hour shifts per week for at least one semester (between 4 – 12 hours a week). Our preference is for both weekend and weekday availability. General windows of time when the selected candidate can work align with museum open hours: Tuesday--Sunday, 9am-5:30pm.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Featured Exhibit Science Educator at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Featured Exhibit)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences. Work Study Students inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular presentation and development of the museum halls and labs.

    The Featured Exhibit Hall displays touring exhibits on loan to OMSI for short engagements. These short-term exhibits introduce visitors to a wide range of topics, from music to mummies! The Featured Exhibit Work-Study position has three main roles: (1) facilitate visitor learning experiences with informal interactions, demonstrations, and activities, (2) assist and work alongside volunteers in the exhibit and (3) provide customer service. At the supervisor's discretion, some of the student's time may also be spent on special projects.

    Below is a description of Work Study responsibilities for the upcoming exhibit, Exquisite Creatures, on view October 5, 2019 – February 17, 2020.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills
    • Self-direction and willingness to take initiative
    • Ability to present science process and content in an engaging way to a diverse public
    • Professional personal appearance
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule
    • Excitement about nature and conservation

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • Exquisite Creatures specific staff training

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Schedule depends on needs of the hall, but will be regular and predictable. Minimum of 8 hours per week for approximately 12 weeks. Our preference is for both weekend and weekday availability

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Life Sciences Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Life Lab)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular maintenance, upkeep, and development of the museum halls and labs.

    The Life Sciences work study position has two main roles: (1) assist the Life Sciences Coordinator in class type programs for grades K-12, and (2) assist with maintenance of the lab, including animal husbandry. Visitors to the Life Science Lab explore concepts such as ecology, anatomy, animal biology and more. With living collections such as snakes, rats and insects, guests of the life science lab can view these animals in a safe learning environment. Also with activities such as microscope exploration, DNA extraction and owl pellet dissections, this lab offers facilitated hands-on learning of Biology.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Ability to present science process and content in an engaging way to a broad age range.
    • Basic knowledge and interest in Life Science – Biology, Anatomy, Zoology, etc.
    • Strong communication and customer service skills.
    • Comfortable working with and handling live animals.
    • Experience working with the public in educational settings highly desirable.

    Training you will receive:

    • Animal care and animal handling
    • Lab specific maintenance and procedures
    • Engaging in life science demonstrations and activities
    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Museum safety and emergency response

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Ideal candidates will commit to 6 – 12 hours a week for at least 1 academic term/ semester. Must have Tuesday availability.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application, along with a resume and cover letter.

    Physics Lab Educator – Work Study at OMSI

    Located at 1945 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (Physics Lab, Turbine Hall, Offices in These Spaces)

    Job Description:
    Museum Education Work Study Students are in the halls and labs of OMSI where they facilitate hands-on science experiences and inspire museum guests to make amazing connections with science through activities, demonstrations, and informal interactions. Work Study Students assist Museum Education staff in the regular maintenance, upkeep, and development of the museum halls and labs.

    The Physics Lab invites students to explore and teach physical science through hands-on interactive exhibits and demonstrations in the Physics Lab and Turbine Hall. Visitors to the Physics Lab explore concepts such as electricity, magnetism, optics, sound and more. Home to some of OMSI's longtime favorite activities like the one-of-a-kind hand cranked Van de Graaff generator, the Physics Lab is growing to include a 3-D printer, and new activities to go along with the classics! The Physics Lab Educator Work-Study position has two roles: (1) to facilitate visitor learning experiences with informal interactions, demonstrations, and lab activities and (2) to assist with maintenance and daily operations of the labs.

    Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
    What we are looking for:

    • Strong communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills.
    • Desire and/or ability to present science process and content in an engaging way to a broad age range.
    • Background or interest in education, physics, and/or engineering
    • Self-directed and willing to take initiative.
    • Ability to contribute to a positive team dynamic
    • Must be dependable, punctual, and willing to commit to a schedule.

    Training you will receive:

    • General informal science education philosophies and pedagogy
    • Facilitation best practices, including how to facilitate intergenerational communication, frame questions, gauge and respond to guests' social and educational goals, and cultivate learner-driven investigations
    • Culturally responsive facilitation strategies
    • Museum safety and emergency response
    • Engaging in physics demonstrations and activities
    • Lab specific maintenance and procedures

    Wage: Need to speak with contact person
    Shifts: Minimum of 8 hours per week; maximum dependent on award and availability. Shift times generally 9:00am-5:30pm, with flexibility for half days and travel time with class schedule. Schedule depends on the needs of the lab or hall, but will be regular and predictable week to week.

    Type of Positions: This position is only available to students who have been awarded Federal Work-Study funding as part of their financial aid award package.

    Contact: To apply and submit your online application along with a resume and cover letter.

    Portland Public Schools – GEAR UP

    6433 NE Tillamook, Portland, OR 97213

    College Advocate Mentor

    Job Description:
    Provide one-on-one and small group support, mentoring and guidance to K-12 students at GEAR UP schools. Support college and career readiness programs, goals, and outcomes.

    Qualifications:
    Ability to work with middle school/high school aged youth. Must be awarded Federal Work-Study and in good academic standing with MHCC. Ability to stand or sit for extended periods of time (with accommodation).

    Wage: $12.50/hour
    Shifts:Vary per school; school hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

    Contact: Sara Baker / Pedro Anglada-Cordero / Katherine Clark @ 503-916-5404 or sbaker1@pps.net / pangladacordero@pps.net / kclark@pps.net