2019 Summer Job & Service Fair positions
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Mercer Street FriendsVolunteersFood Bank - sorting, bagging bulk produce, loading vehicles.Summer, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9am to Noon14 with a parent or guardianN/A824 Silvia Street, EwingBrian Peterson, 609-278-5547 bpeterson@mercerstreetfriends.org
Hope Loves CompanyIntern/volunteer Hope Loves Company’s mission is to support children and young adults who have or have had a loved one battling ALS. We hold camps for our children in five different locations across the United States. We have office, marketing, and event planning positions available.
Flexible 16Enthusiastic and reliableHope Loves Company 65 S. Main St. Building C, Suite 101, Pennington, NJ Laurie Kolano, 609-730-1144; laurie.kolano@hopelovescompany.org
Six Flags Great AdventureSeasonal Team MemberVarious seasonal positions in Culinary Services, Ride Operations, Games, Guest Experience, Life Guarding and much more! Room for growth within the company, internships and leadership training is also available.Spring Weekends beginning April 6, as well as every day during the Summer beginning May 22. Fall weekends including special Fright Fest event and we are open through the holidays for Holiday In The Park. Approximate shift times include morning from 10a-4p, midday from 12p-8p and evening from 4p-10p during our summer operating hours. 14-15Must be at least 16 years of age, however there are limited positions available for 14 and 15 year olds.
Friendly, outgoing, and hard working!
Jackson, NJMegan Werts
732-928-2000 ext. 2630
Art Sparks art studioSummer Camp/Art Assistant (paid) & Counselor In Training (Volunteer)Responsible for guiding young children with art activities for an art-based day camp program in addition to storytelling & games; prepare, set up and clean art materials.Summer; M-F, 8:45 AM-12:45 PM14 & 15 Counselor in Training ; 16 & up Art AssistantEnjoys working with young children, positive, engaging and comfortable demeanor; responsible, energetic and proactive. Artistic creativity and interest a plus but not necessary. Limited number of position available. Must be available 5 days of the particular week.33 Railroad Place, Hopewell BoroughJulie Rosenthale, 609-466-3437, info@artsparks.com
Capital HealthVolunteer Services & Capital Health AuxillaryCapital Health runs a Junior volunteer program in the summer and in the fall and a gift shop new thrift shop Summer during the day / Fall after schoolMust be 15 by the start of orientationThe Junior Volunteer program offers a unique opportunity for teen volunteers to learn about having compassion for others while gaining experience supporting patients, families, and staff in a hospital setting. While we do not offer opportunities for volunteers to shadow medical staff and or gain clinical experience we do offer a number o of exciting and rewarding assignments. If the hospital setting doesn’t appeal to a few then teen volunteers can gain experience in retail business by being a part of our Thrift Store or Gift shops and build their entrepreneurship skills.

Capital Health – Hopewell, Capital Health – Trenton, Capital Thrift - LawrencevilleDipti Padliya, 609-537-6073, dpadliya@capitalhealth.org
Schafer Sports CenterLifegurard, Swim instructor, Gymnastics Camp Counselor Preschool Camp Counselor, Special Needs Counselor Multi Sport Camp CouselorAll positions require working with children 3 yrs-13 yrs Experience working with children a plus, but not necessary as we do trainspring, summer, fall and winter hours available. Summer hours could be half day AM, Half Day PM or Full Day16 to work or 14 to be a junior volunteer assistantCPR certified, Lifeguard Certification if applyng lifeguardingSchafer Sports Center, Schafer Sports CenterShannon Schafer, Allison Ryan info@schafersports.com 609 393-5855
Hopewell Township Fire DistrictVolunteer Firefighters & EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians)The local volunteer fire companies and first aid squads are always looking for new members to join the ranks.Throughout the year14Learn the job to see if you would like to become a volunteer. Most of the career firefighters and EMTs here in Hopewell Valley all started as volunteers.Multiple locations: Pennington Fire Company, Pennington First Aid Squad, Hopewell Fire Department and First Aid, Union Fire Company and Rescue Squad (Titusville)Lieutenant J.D. Moore, (609) 730-8156, JMoore@hopewelltwpfire.org
American PoolLifeguardAs a lifeguard, your primary responsibility is to maintain a safe swimming environment by enforcing all rules and regulations of the pool and surrounding area.End of May - Beginning of September. 9:30am-2:30pm or 3:00pm-8:00pm. Flexible with availability. 15Be a minimum of 15 years old.
Have or obtain Lifeguarding, CPR/AED and First Aid certifications.
Pennington, Lawrence, East/West Windsor (Mercer County).Anne Martorelli 732-512-1900, amartorelli@americanpool.com
Rustic Pathways Community Service Programs
Adventure, community service and language immersion trips abroad in 17 countries! Immersive 1-3 week trips available for students age 12-18.
Summer12N/A17 countries!AnaMaria Garcia, 216-308-2516, anamaria@rusticpathways.com
Trenton Area Soup KitchenMeal Service Line, Packaging Table, Wrapping TableVolunteer can help serve patrons' meals on the MS line, package pastries in the storage room, wrap utensils and help plastic wrap to-go meals for patrons.Monday - Friday, from 10:00a to 1:30p and Monday - Thursday from 12:30p -3:00p.13Volunteers must be able to follow direction.TASK - 72 1/2 Escher Street, TrentonMarkolline Forkpa, 609-695-5456, markollinef@trentonsoupkitchen.org
Hopewell Valley YMCALifeguard, Swim Instructor, Basketball Instructor, Summer Camp Counselor, Special Olympics Volunteers, After School Sports Instructor, After School Program aidDescriptions vary, can email detailed for each positionOpportunities available year round15/16Varies per positionHopewell Valley YMCA; 62 South Main St, Pennington, NJ 08534Daniel Williams, 609-737-3048, dwilliams@hvymca.org
MercerMeIntern reporterLooking for an intern during the school year interested in and available to cover Hopewell Valley school and recreational sports. Will also consider interns interested in journalism experience for feature articles specifically pertaining to youth in the community.Flexible16Applicant must be a strong writer, professional, reliable, accurate, responsive, and punctual. Preference for a student interested or knowledgeable in sports but not a requirement.NoneMary Galioto (founder, editor, publisher) - mary@mercerme.com
Watershed Nature CampCounselorYou will supervise 10-20 children in an outdoor setting, with the support of other staff. You will work with other camp staff to plan, prepare, and implement programming for the summer. This is an outdoor camp so almost all activities are held outside. As a counselor you will be expected to supervise campers, help run activities (playing games, exploring, making crafts, etc.), and support your staff group with set-up and planning. There are several age groups to work with ranging from 5-14. This is a job for anyone who is passionate about the outdoor world and working with children.
Summer, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.- 5:30 p.m., most staff will do Thursday evenings and overnights, June 24- August 23, up to August 30 for some
Turning 17 by July 8th 2019
- Must enjoy working with kids
-Available to work from 8 a.m. -5:30 a.m. Monday-Friday, June 24-August 23 up to August 30. This includes a 10 day training at the start of employment.
-Adult and Child First Aid/CPR/AED certification required by June 24th 2019 (Lifeguard, Wilderness First Aid, and water safety certifications very beneficial)
-Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time; ability to lift up to 35 pounds
-Ability to work outside in heat, humidity and rain; tolerate ticks, poison ivy, thorns, and dirt
-Experience working with children, preferably in a camp or outdoor setting
-Knowledge of local ecology and natural history is beneficial
-Enthusiasm for nature, the environment, and working with children
-Skilled in communication, collaboration, and cooperation
-Strong patience, flexibility, punctuality, and affinity for teamwork.
The Watershed Center, Pennington, NJMichelle Perkins, (609)-737-3735 x37, camp@thewatershed.org
Watershed Nature CampCounselor-In-TrainingCITs assist staff with our younger campers. CITs must be responsible, enjoy the outdoors and working with children. CIT day is 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. (Thursdays until 8 P.M. or overnight). After one successful year as CIT, participants may be invited back for a second year. Register here: www.thewatershed.org/campSummer, 2-week or 3-week sessions, full-day15You must enjoy the outdoors and working with children.Watershed Center, 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington, NJ 08534Michelle, 609-737-3735 ext. 37, camp@thewatershed.org
HomeFrontSummer Camp Internship (unpaid)Our summer camp is a place where at risk youth, ages 5 to 15, come to have a safe, fun, and educational experience. Homefront is excited to welcome high school students to intern and learn more about how they may become forces of positive change in their community. June-August: Monday through Friday - shifts between 7am and 6pm16- Assisting staff in managing groups of 15-25 children
- Providing emotional support to children in need
- Providing administrative support to supervisory staff
- Run collaborative activities, sports, and games
- Work with contributing organizations and volunteers
- Assist in classrooms and with lessons
- Food preparation and building maintenance
- Swim instruction
Lawrence Community Center (295 Eggerts Crossing Rd. Lawrenceville, NJ 08648)
Brian Helmuth – 609-213-6682 – BrianH@HomeFrontNJ.org
Mercer County Library, Hopewell BranchVolunteersWe need friendly faces to help with a variety of volunteer activities including but not limited to registration, record keeping, shelving, shelf reading and craft preparation.Morning, afternoon and evening shifts available, especially during the Summer Reading Program (June 24, 2019 to August 10, 2019)14 - 18Available at some point between June 24, 2019 to August 10, 2019. Able to attend an orientation session prior to volunteering. A parent or guardian who will sign an agreement for your scheduled shifts.
Mercer County Library, Hopewell Branch (next to the high school) 245 Pennington-Titusville Road, Pennington, NJ 08534 Briana Cahill, 609-737-2610, bcahill@mcl.org, Connie Raskin, 609-737-2610 craskin@mcl.org
Sparkling Pools Services IncLifeguardsPatron surveillance and general pool maintenance.Summer15N/A, training providedVarious locations throughout Mercer CountySamantha Swift, 609-847-0793, sswift@sparklingpoolservices.com
Bright HorizonsAssociate Teachers, Teachers, Summer Camp Counselors, SubstitutesWe have positions and internships available in our childcare centers for Infants through Pre-K throughout Mercer County. Part time, full time, and summer available.Monday - Friday, year round; shifts can work around schedules18 for paid positions; 14 for unpaid observations/internships18 years old and HS Diploma/GED for paid positions; None for unpaid internships or observationsVarious through Mercer County including Hopewell, Titusville, Princeton, and LawrencevilleKerri Nelson, 908-342-3221, kerri.nelson@brighthorizons.com
Mercer County Park CommissionSummer Camp Counselor (volunteer)Baldpate Nature Camp encourages children to explore the outdoors during hikes through the forest, hands-on experiments, and nature craft projects. Camp Counselors assist Naturalist Staff with preparation and clean up of camp activities and materials as well as supervise and interact with campers ages 6-12 throughout the camp day.One week full day sessions 8am-4pm, Mon-Fri: July 8-12, July 15-19, July 29-August 2, August 5-9. One week half day session 8am-1pm, Mon-Fri: August 12-16. Counselors must commit to a full week, and are welcome to commit to more than one week. 15Ability to work outdoors in variable weather conditions. Ability to hike trails through the forest with uneven terrain. Some experience with children and/or leading a group. Experience in the outdoors and/or nature knowledge is preferred but not requiredBaldpate Mountain, TitusvilleChristy Athmejvar, (609) 303-0719, natureprograms@mercercounty.org
Mercer County Park CommissionTrail and Stewardship Crew VolunteersWe'll visit Baldpate Mountain, Roebling Park, and Fiddler's Creek preserve over the summer to care for native plant communities and make the trails usable for everyone. All year, trail and stewardship crew times and dates change14Enthusiasm and clothing to keep you comfortable in summer heat and humidityVarious, contact the Mercer County Park CommissionAlex Rivera, 609-303-0716, arivera@mercercounty.org
Rambling Pines Day CampJr. Counselor, Group Counselor, LifeguardThere's no better way to spend summer than making a difference for children.

At Rambling Pines, you will have the opportunity to support, nurture, teach, interact with and care for children in a dynamic environment. Each day brings new challenges and adventures. You will help campers cultivate their confidence, skills and friendships. Being a staff member at Rambling Pines means being willing to learn and grow. Rambling Pines staff must be prepared to step up to the plate each and every day of the summer.
June 24 - August 16, Monday - Friday, 8:45am - 3:45pm16Willingness to commit to providing campers with a fun, safe, memorable summer.
174 Lambertville Hopewell Rd. Hopewell, NJ 08525609-466-1212, info@ramblingpines.com
Main Street AdvisorsInternAssisting Office manager with general office help and assisting two Senior Advisors learning the basics about the different products used in portfolio construction and management. The individual will be exposed to real, live situations pertaining to the firm’s clients and he / she should expect to be challenged by highly experienced, enthusiastic, and patient mentors in a professional and pleasant working environment.Summer; four (4) weeks with a minimum of 2 days per week, 4 to 5 hours per day, with the possibility of continuing in the school year on an as needed basis

16Individual must provide their own transportation. Dress is business casual. This is an unpaid position but there will be a stipend paid at the end of the assignment.65 South Main Street, Bldg. B, Suite B003, PenningtonStephen Molinelli; 609-730-4940; smolinelli@mainstprivateadv.com
Seeds to Sew InternationalVolunteer positions of all kindsVolunteer positions of all kinds from writing articles, assembling products to assisting customers at the shop in Hopewell or at markets during the summer and many more in between. NHS Community service hours provided.Tuesday-Saturday 11-6 No minimum age. Volunteers younger than 18 must have their parents sign a consent form.Positive attitude and willingness to volunteer.Our shop at 16 Seminary Ave., Hopewell, NJ or at markets throughout the Hopewell Valley.Nina Moukova - nina@seedstosew.org; 609-466-3728
Stop and Shop SupermarketsCashier, baggers, courtesy cart clerkscustomer service,scan items,bag items face and neaten shelf stock in aisles, put away overstock,retrieve carriages,lifting,standingWeekend availability required, at least 16 hour availability weekly. shifts 4-41/2 hour shifts16Standing,kneeling, bending, lifting,temperatures-depending on temp outdoors800 F Denow Road, PenningtonDenise 609-737-9327 denise.shields@ahold.com
Hopewell Harvest FairInternship/VolunteerWe are looking for interns (unpaid) to work on design and social media aspects of the Hopewell Harvest Fair throughout the spring/summer/fall. Fundraising positions also available. Additional volunteer opportunities at the fair.Summer/Early Fall availability required for internship. Days of week very flexible. Day of volunteering also available 9/2115Social media/design skills.Hopewell Boro (most work can be done at your home)Heidi Wilenius, chair@hopewellharvestfair.org, 609-439-3574
Pennington Public LibraryLibrary volunteerWe have a variety of opportunities from shelving & circulation desk work to help with social media and programming and events. Options include: Weekday afternoons, Sunday afternoons, Summer during the day13There are no specific requirements but we look for students who are reliable, have great communication skills and are enthusiastic and independent. We are a small operation so we offer a unique opportunity to understand the inner workings of a public library. You can really make a difference! Penninton Public Library, PenningtonKim T. Ha, 609-737-0404, kha@penningtonlibrary.org
Diamond NationFront Desk, Maintenance, ConcessionsDepending on the department depends on what you will be doing. Training is given for all positions. All positions are customer service based !Spring/Summer/Fall during the school year: Friday-Sunday During summer: 7 days a week. Very flexible scheduling!16We just ask that our staff upholds our rules and values, shows up on time to work, and gives their best effort!129 River Road Flemington, NJ 08822Jessica Lombardo, 908-284-1778 ext 108, lombardo@diamondnation.com
Brick Farm GroupBrick Farm Market associates, Restaurant Greeters and Food Runners, Red Barn Milk Company Cashiers and Window attendants Provide excellent guest service in one of Outlets, Cashiers, Counter Attendants, Ice cream Scoopers, restaurant greeters Spring, Summer and Fall Shifts available 10:30 am to 3 pm and 3 pm to 9:30 pm 17Reliable, excellent guest service, smiles, money handling Hopewell and RingoesRichard Moskovitz 609-333-9200 Careers@BrickFarmGroup.com
Sourland Mountain Festival/Sourland Conservancy Media Relations Coordinator Welcoming media and festival goers throughout the day. Recording their information when appropriate. Recording the day via the festivals official social media platforms. Summer; June 15 - 23; shifts vary depending on the day.16Previous media relations and publicity knowledge preferred. This person(s) must have the ability to work with little supervision as the media ambassador(s) of the Festival. Good verbal and written communication skills required. Sourland Mountain Festival (Outdoors rain or shine)Tatiana Fulmer, (908) 432-0662, Tatianafulmer94@gmail.com
Twirl Toy ShopSales AssociateYour favorite neighborhood toy shop is looking for part-time help. Must be an energetic, reliable, friendly, team player who is ready to sell.Summer, holiday and Saturday availability a must.FlexibleAbility to lift boxes that weigh at minimum 10 pounds. Enthusiasm. 10 N. Main Street, Pennington, NJWill Wermuth, will.wermuth@yahoo.com or twirltoy@gmail.com
Boro BeanCounter help, Barista, GeneralGreet and take orders, help with general duties Spring, Summer, Fall; various shifts16Must enjoy people and have a friendly, willing to learn attitude. Hopewell BoroughApply in person
Pennington BagelCounter HelpAssist at counter making bagel sandwiches, egg sandwiches, etc., work register. Help with duties related to opening and closing of store.Summer & Fall; various shifts available weekday and weekends16Must be able to use sharp knives and lifting drink cases25 Route 31 South, PenningtonDawn Blauth, 609-737-8990
Hopewell Valley Golf ClubAll departments at private clubGolf, Greens, Restaurant- including pool snack bar, dining rooms and kitchen staffDays, evenings, some weekends and holidays are required16Depend on position; must be reliableHopewell Valley Golf Club, 114 Hopewell -Pennington Road, HopewellJohn Goeke, johng@spiritgolf.net, 609-466-3000 ext. 231
The Village Learning CenterAssistant Teacher, Camp CopunselorsDemonstrate behaviors that encourage the children’s developmentof trust; are responsive to children; ensure children are generally comfortable, happy, relaxed and engaged in activities; use positive guidance techniques promote cooperative and positive social behavior among children; ensure that snack/mealtimes are pleasant and social for childrenSummer/day hours nothing after 6PM; School year/ after school hours no weekends 18 paid;16 volunteerMust be willing to get involved with young children, play, read, sing etc. 15 Yard Road, PenningtonAngela Gering, 609-737-7877,tvlcadmin@gmail.com
Mercer County Equestrian CenterBarn worker/paid internshipDaily tasks include (but not limited to) daily turn-out, cleaning and bedding of stalls, cleaning & filling water & grain buckets, feeding grain & hay to horses, restocking feed bins, hay & shavings and additional related duties. WIth experience and additonal training: checking pasture fence lines for repair & performing repairs; looking for & reporting injuries & signs of illness of all horses; bathing horses; cleaning tack; supervise group lessons/students when tacking, untacking, hosing off, etc.
IMMEDIATE; early morning, afternoon, evening and weekend; Saturdays and Sundays required; minimum of 5-10 hours per week required16Previous work experience on a horse farm; must be able to lift approx. 55 lbs, must be comfortable working around and with horsesMercer County Equestrian Center, PenningtonChristine Cardinal, 609-730-9059, ccardinal@mercercounty.org
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