For high school students, like us, we are looking forward to having our summer vacation, a much-deserved break from your academic activities, and with great weather – sunshine. But, It also comes with summer jobs. Here are a few jobs you can apply to:
The Youth Recreation Instructor in West St.Paul. You will be responsible for leading the youth sports programs throughout the summer. The season runs from June 14 – August 15, 202, with 20-40 hours per week, and $10.25 – $12.50 per hour. The qualifications are: you must be 16 years of age, and available the entire season.
SAC Program Staff in St. Paul. They’re hiring individuals that are looking for adventures, and there’s no experience needed. Benefits include getting to choose your shift and the number of shifts you want. To apply, you must be 16 years old.
Parks Worker I. You can apply to one of their locations at the Parks Highland Golf Maintenance-864 South Snelling Avenue or Public Works – 873 Dale Street N. The primary duties of this job includes assisting in the maintenance and cutting the grass and weeds. Benefits include health insurance, sick leave, a retirement program, dental, and $15 per hour pay.
Parks and Recreation Worker – Pool Admissions. This job requires you to do customer service along with the responsibility of working both indoors and outdoors, maintaining cleanliness, and assisting in taking inventories. To apply, you must be 15 years of age, able to work from mid-May through Labor Day, and work evenings and weekends. It also comes with a salary of $12.50 – $20.00 hourly.
Global warming is a huge problem that the world has yet to get under control. A lot of people may not know what global warming is at all. Global warming is basically when there’s a temperature increase in the earth’s atmosphere. This is caused by the amount of pollutants in the air today. Experts say that around the time of 1980, is when there began a huge increase in global temperatures, and it really hasn’t gotten much better at all.
Global warming affects a lot more than just humans; it also affects animals as well. For example, the polar bear is a common example brought up in global warming/climate change because the ice is melting at a faster rate and that’s part of the polar bears habitat. They use ice floes to catch seals and other marine animals. Unfortunately, there are fewer than 25,000 polar bears left in the wild, and at this rate, with the way everything’s going, they won’t be here much longer.
There are some ways to help with global warming, and one of the ways is recycling. This, along with just bringing your own shopping bags with you while you go shopping, reduces the waste of plastic that is brought out into the world.
Driving electric cars also tremendously helps the spread of global warming because there is no gas coming from the car, so it doesn’t produce pollution out in the air.
Another main reason global warming is such a pressing issue is because not everyone thinks that it is even real. Many people believe that it is fake and is made up even though there has been full scientific evidence backing it up. People still refuse to believe in it, and that causes things to get done at a slower rate.
Global warming could get under control a lot quicker if everyone was just on the same exact page.
For more information, please visit:
“Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, Climate Change and Their Relationships” sgkplanet.com/en/global-warming-greenhouse-effect-climate-change-and-their-relationships/