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Teen Job Pfair
Looking for a part-time or summer job? Come to the library's 2nd annual Teen Job Pfair on March 4 from 2-4 pm to meet local employers and organizations who will provide information about part-time and summer jobs and volunteer work experiences.

This event is open to teens ages 14 to 19, but keep in mind that employers set varying minimum age requirements. Even if you are too young to get a job this year, this is a great chance to learn about future job opportunities.


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Participating Employers

City of Pflugerville
  • Pfun Camp Counselor positions (minimum age: 16)
  • Lifeguard positions (minimum age: 15)
  • Water Safety Instructor Aide positions (minimum age 14)
Andy's Frozen Custard
  • Associate level positions (minimum age: 16)
  • Shift Lead and Management positions (minimum age: 18)
H-E-B - Pflugerville location (minimum age: 16) *on-site interviews
Maurices (minimum age: 16) *on-site interviews
Mt. Playmore (minimum age: 16)
Sonic - 2014 Pecan Street (minimum age: 16) *on-site interviews
Typhoon Texas Waterpark (minimum age: 16)
Wings 'N More
Zaxby's (minimum age: 16) *on-site interviews

Additional employers will be added as they are confirmed. Interested employers may email Amanda Cawthon at for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities
Pflugerville Public Library (minimum age 14)
Pflugerville Animal Shelter (minimum age 16)

Job Pfair Tips
Teens should dress in comfortable, presentable clothing to meet employers and bring black pens; their social security number; names, addresses, and phone numbers of their school, previous employers, and three references; and a resume if available. Don't forget to bring something to take notes on and to put your phone on silent.

Texas Child Labor Law

Learn about employment laws for teens under 18 years of age on the Texas Workforce Commission website.
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