Recruits looking for possible job opportunities

The Sonoran Sky Community Services Inc. will host a small meeting to recruit students for available job opportunities, and it will take place in the Student Union room SU-100B by the coffee bar on Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Their goal is to include individuals in activities among the community while teaching social skills, and providing positive behavior support. According to the Sonoran Sky Community Services website, not only do they help people in a psychological way they also help people in a financial way, which is why they are having this meeting.

“This is awesome, what a great idea, a lot of my friends are actually looking for better jobs,” Leonard Martinez said. Martinez is a student majoring in pre-med. He believes that students, specifically in community college, works a part-time job or sometimes even a full-time job.

To be able to work a part-time job while in college, it requires a job where a student can get paid well and have a flexible schedule. “The only hard part about having a job and being a student, is that you have to learn to balance both the job and work, so you can be successful,” Martinez said.

In agreement with Martinez trying to balance both a job and work school can be a hassle. Although it can be difficult, it is also a great thing to get use too.

As a college student is entering adulthood, sometimes they have to multitask many activities, all at once. They also need to balance his/hers time for work, family time, time for their spouse/wife and many other activities.

“I truly believe that work can build character. I was 18 years old when I got my first job and back then I was very shy and socially awkward. Has years passed and I starter to work in different places, work made me to burst out of my bubble and become more sociable,” Agnesia Mehmedi, a student in GCC, said.

She believes that the Sonoran Sky Community Services is creating a great opportunity for students and hopes every student takes advantage of this opportunity. “Yes, it be difficult but it doesn’t mean it’s impossible,” Mehmedi said.

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