Student Jobs At GHHS

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Student Jobs At GHHS

Whether it is working at The Great Car Wash, a bagger at Safeway, or even their own business, students keep themselves proactive and busy through their jobs. Photo Credit: https://nusu.com/studentjobs2018/

Whether it is working at The Great Car Wash, a bagger at Safeway, or even their own business, students keep themselves proactive and busy through their jobs. Photo Credit: https://nusu.com/studentjobs2018/

Whether it is working at The Great Car Wash, a bagger at Safeway, or even their own business, students keep themselves proactive and busy through their jobs. Photo Credit: https://nusu.com/studentjobs2018/

Whether it is working at The Great Car Wash, a bagger at Safeway, or even their own business, students keep themselves proactive and busy through their jobs. Photo Credit: https://nusu.com/studentjobs2018/

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Many students at Gig Harbor have their own unique jobs. Whether it is working at The Great Car Wash, Safeway, or even their own businesses, students keep themselves proactive and busy through their jobs. Gaelan Steele, a junior at Gig Harbor High School, has a job as an intern at the Peninsula School District’s technology department and says his favorite part the job is, “Being able to see something I worked on actually being used by people.”

Another student here at Gig Harbor with a unique job is senior Brev Rioux. Brev previously worked at Safeway as a bagger and is now a general contractor for property maintenance, and as well as construction. He got his job through a friend of his mom’s. When asked what his favorite part of the job is he said, “Satisfaction of a hard day’s work.”

Lastly, Jacqueline Verrue, a senior at Gig Harbor has another very unique job. For five days a week, Jacqueline is responsible for feeding and maintaining 12 horses at the Four Winds Equestrian Center where she does vaulting. Jacqueline has worked this job at the barn for two years now and is very passionate about what she does and the horses that she takes care of. When asked what her favorite part of working at the barn is, she responded, “Spending time with all the horses, especially Jet.” Gig Harbor High School is full of students with interesting and unique jobs that show the responsibility and passion of work that the students have.