St. Charles Park District Teen Jobs Fair Set For Feb. 19

St. Charles Park District Teen Jobs Fair Set For Feb. 19

Hey, teens! Are you looking for summer employment? Do you want to gain experience through a job in a field that interests you?

The St. Charles Park District’s annual Teen Job Fair in cooperation with the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce will be held from 5:30 p.m. to  7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, in the Pottawatomie Community Center Gym, 8 North Ave. The jobs fair is targeted to people age 16 to 24.

The Park District asks applicants to come prepared to ask and answer questions and dress appropriately.

Participating businesses include St. Charles Park District, Classic Cinemas, St. Charles Luxury 18, Eagle Engraving, Fox Valley Special Recreation Association, Epic Air Trampoline Park, Lowes Home Improvement, i-9 Sports, Kane County Cougars/Professional Sports Catering, School Tool Box, Affordable Party Tent Rentals, CovenantCare at Home, The Great Escape, City of St. Charles, Mary Kay, Tower Hill Stables, and more to come!

The Park District offers a variety of part-time and seasonal positions year-round. The District seeks individuals who are friendly, hardworking and dedicated to doing a good job. Applicants must be age 16 years or older to be considered for a position. To work in park maintenance, the age requirement is 18 years or older.  If you have any questions about the application process, please call 630-513-6200.

Application forms are available on

Job Opportunities include Camp Counselors, Concession Workers, Recreation Program Instructors, Scorekeepers & Umpires, Cashiers, Natural Areas Restoration Assistant, Park Laborers, Construction Assistants, Flower Attendants, Lawn Care Assistants, Park Guides, Boat Launch Attendants and Security.

  • Editor’s Note: The Kane County Jobs Committee’s mission is to connect Kane County residents with jobs and job training. If you have an upcoming job fair that might be of interest to the general public, please email a news release, link and photo(s) to

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