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2005-10-04 13:11:09
2005-10-04 13:11:09

Well you can always volunteer. Or try mom&pop stores that might need some afternoon help.


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There are many jobs available in Denver, Colorado. The type of job is going to influence where you look. A starting place to hunt for a job is in the Denver newspaper or Craigslist.

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Of course it is, if you have enough time to do it, and dont get too exhausted with your school and the work.

Good luck finding anything, I have had the door shut in my face at every turn

Need to specify which campus. You could be referring to the University of Colorado - Boulder (UCB or CU), University of Colorado - Colorado Springs (UCCS), or University of Colorado - Denver (UCD). The distance between the airport and UC-Boulder is approximately 42 miles. The distance between the airport and UC-Denver... UC Denver has several campuses, and I'm not going through the entire list. If you're headed to UC Denver, you can ask this question again with a specific campus in mind. But you're looking at 25 - 30 miles, give or take. The distance between the airport and UC-Colorado Springs is approximately 84 miles. This would be the least expensive of the locations to go to, but fair warning - Colorado Springs is not the ideal location if you need to be employed while going to school, because the job market here is less than ideal.

Waterworld and other large companies (not Elitches) offer jobs to 14 year olds over the summer and about a month combined of working during school.

Macy's is a popular nationwide department store chain. Fortunately, there are Macy's department stores located within Denver with job openings. These job openings may vary day to day as new positions are needed and others are filled.

If a teenager wants a job, and under the age of 18 they must get a work permit from their school.

Yes.... If they have a work permit and the hours they can work may not conflict with school or study time. Contact your school councilor for complete details.

You should look in the internet for a teenager job or you can find a teenager job in your newspaper of your town. Also you can ask a friend who has a job.

I dont know when he was born, But he has to be a teenager because he lives alone (and his pet) and goes to driving school.(boating school) he also has a job at a restaraunt.

there are some 17 graduates out of school that have jobs and live on their own. i haven't heard of a cop hunting someone down that has a full time job and finished with high school. some over protective, controlling parents might put up a fuss but nothing would really come of it . the teenager is working, has transportation, roomates. parents don't have a chance on getting that teenager back home.

being a waitress,mopping sweeping floors ect..

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John Long Routt (born April 25, 1826 in Eddyville, Kentucky; died August 13, 1907 in Denver, Colorado) succeeded Job Adams Cooper as the seventh Governor of Colorado, serving between January 13, 1891 and January 10, 1893, including the whole of 1892.

It's a job through the gazette or Denver Post, To go door to door and try and get newspaper subscriptions

where can a 15 year old in aurora Colorado get a job

Colorado school of mines provides education about earth,energy and environment.It focuses on engineering and applied sciences.They have handon experience in geographical survey and therefore with a degree can take up a job in colorado bureau of land management as a geologist,hydrologist,petroeum engineer

babysitting. grocey store stores mall

a teenager can get a job at a horse farm as a groom.

If you live the United States, Houston,Texas will be the best place to look for a job! for teens: no where because adults who cannot find a job anywhere else because they haven't gone to school to get a good education, have taken every job that could possibly be a good job for a teenager.

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