All About Teens4Hire® (T4H)
T4H enables employers to find "ready to work" teens and prepares teens for the workplace to improve their ability to land a job.
Online since Feb 15th, 2002, Teens4Hire.org is a free and premium online membership-based community and the #1 "go to" recruitment site for US employers teens and young adults (14 and older) in the high school and college age groups, their parents and career counselors. Site is first to market, a front-runner in its niche category (#1 on Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL), and is embraced wholeheartedly by its stakeholders.
Teens…Need Money? Work Experience? Employment Advice?
Looking for a full or part time job, internship, apprenticeship, work-based learning experience, volunteer position or reputable business opportunity?
Want to know your employment rights?
You'll find all that and more on Teens4Hire.org! Although there are thousands of job sites on the Internet, Teens4Hire.org is the #1 online career and recruitment site for U.S. teens seeking work.
TEENS REGISTER NOW to become a member of Teens4Hire.org, view available opportunities, and get tips and advice on how to land a job, earn money, and/or get work experience.
Employers...We're a national online Career Center for businesses and organizations that recruit young adults in the high school and college age groups. 65% of members are 18 or older including community college and high school grads seeking full time careers.
Bona fide businesses and organizations that have work appropriate for teens promote your openings and opportunities here.
The site accepts all types of job openings; full-time, part-time, seasonal, vocational, apprentice, internship, co-op, volunteer, military, as well as, reputable business opportunities.
BUSINESSES and ORGANIZATIONS with opportunities please visit our Pricing & Overview.
Parents...If you are the parent of a teen: Does your teen know how to find a safe and learning enriched work opportunity?We catch young people at the moment “they” feel they are ready to work. It is at this time that young people make critical choices that affect their transition into adulthood and shape their perceptions about the world of work. Work experience at this stage in life is critical, and people who spend a large share of their young adult years unemployed have a hard time finding and keeping a job later in life.
"We must view young people not as empty bottles to be filled, but as candles to be lit."--Robert H. Shaffer
Teens4Hire.org's mission is to remain the "go to" online career and recruitment site for U.S. teenagers. This endeavor meets a growing need for today's youth and fills a void in targeted low cost national and local recruitment advertising.
When we launched Teens4Hire.org and after considerable research, no other companies were helping teens on a national basis. We were the first online national service dedicated to U.S. teens actively seeking work.
Job hunting for teens is haphazard at best. More than 80% of teens starting at the age of 14 want to work. Many feel their income is a necessity rather than a luxury. Others realize that work-based learning early in life will help prepare them for the future.
Renée Ward, founder of Teens4Hire.org is a seasoned recruitment and staffing executive. She was a Vice President for TMP Worldwide Recruitment Advertising (the parent of monster.com), and Vice President for a Spherion Corporation subsidiary, JobOptions, Inc., a career resource technology company.
She is a member of SHRM-Society for Human Resource Management and served on the SHRM Workforce Readiness Committee, PIHRA-Professionals in Human Resource Association, and ASAE-American Society of Association Executives.
She is a former co-chair of the Workforce Investment Board of Santa Ana, CA.
Ms. Ward is a published author, noted speaker and an expert resource to media, schools and community groups.
She is a recognized public speaker and has been featured on the CBS Early Show, NBC Today Show, Fox Business News, CNN, and CBS Evening News and hundreds of radio programs. She has been quoted and featured in thousands of print publications such as the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Chicago Tribune, Kiplinger, the Bottom Line, AARP magazine, US News and World Report, Christian Science Monitor, Seventeen, and Newsweek to name a few.
She manages a staff of five loyal Teens4Hire.org volunteers.
Ms. Ward is the principal of The Forward Group, a privately held company that publishes www.Teens4Hire.org and www.Seniors4Hire.org, a career center for those 50 and older, as a socially responsible public service.