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2017 Partners

American Jazz Museum

BNIM Architects

City of Kansas City, MO

Connecting For Good

Folk Alliance International

KC Mothers in Charge

KCPT

KC Social Innovation Center

McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff

Mesner Puppet Theater

Success Link Outreach, Inc.

Surplus Exchange

Turn The Page

UMB

United Inner City Services

We engage with the region’s schools, students, informal educators, youth-serving organizations, workforce agencies and parent communities with on-target messaging and communications to reach thousands of youth and young adults.

Internships

These positions are coveted and tend to favor the incumbent or someone from inside the network.  Our goal is to make internships more accessible and visible to more candidates so we can get the talent diversity that reflects the community in which we live.  Posting your internships with Hire KC ensures that the broad range of schools, zip codes, urban, suburban and rural areas are included and have equal access to your opportunities.

Jobs

Seasonal, part-time or year-round work can be posted at Hire KC to recruit young talent to your business.

Volunteer Gigs

If you offer unpaid experiences, volunteer or service based work, you can post those opportunities at Hire KC to reach thousands of youth ages 14-24.

Post your job, internship and other opportunities with the one and only YOUTH-CENTERED job board for the KC region.

  • Single job/internship posting – $21
  • 5-pack job/internship postings – $99
  • Unlimited job/internship postings – $199
  • Volunteer, Civic/Service or Unpaid gigs – unlimited posts for $31
  • Access to Youth Job Seeker Profiles – $31/mo

Hire KC Members receive one free initial Job/Internship Post plus 40% off all job board products.  For more information on membership, click here.

>>Help us prepare the next generation – your future workforce – with the 21st century skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow.
<< Help us reach and connect 31,000 disconnected youth ages 16-24 in the Kansas City area who are not working and not in school.