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Dates to Remember

Feb. 28: ACT Assessment (Juniors only)

March 1: ACT WorkKeys Assessment (Juniors only)

March 14: Stairway to Heroin Presentation

March 21: Parent/Teacher Conferences



Youth Options _Due Date March 1, 2017 for first semester 2017-2018 junior and seniors. (re-Posted 2-20-17)

Attention current sophomores and juniors! Are you interested in taking a college-level course while in high school that is online or on a college campus that we currently do not offer? If so, please consider Wisconsin’s Youth Options program.  Youth Options is one of many post-secondary experiences the School District of New Berlin offers. We want each student to have an opportunity to explore a post-secondary or college learning experience in high school in order to:
Assess college and/or career readiness
Gain a college and/or career admission credential
Assess appropriate rigor for demonstrated proficiency in a content area
Inform a post-secondary education investment
Earn college credits or test into possible credits or courses
Students who are interested should see their counselor and see our Youth Options website.
In addition to the District’s 21+ AP courses, students have access to a number of other options that provide transcripted college credit: Course Options (courses taken at some post-secondary institutions or other school district part time, such as e-Achieve), Dual Enrollment Academies (WCTC), Project Lead The Way (MSOE), and a variety of additional courses offered on-site by college-level professors from WCTC , UW-Waukesha and UW-Milwaukee or SDNB staff certified to teach the class by the post-secondary institution awarding credit. Students submit any college transcripts earned in high school for consideration as part of the college admission process.  Students can also take CLEP assessments, a credit by examination option, to gain college credits at select universities.  Please see your counselor for details on these options and visit this site for updates throughout the year.

2017 High School Graduation Diploma Information (re-Posted 2-20-17)

Attention Seniors:  I am finalizing our 2017 High School Graduation Diploma List.  Please stop in the Student Services office located in Room #231, prior to March 3rd to verify the correct spelling of your name as this is how it will appear on your diploma.  In addition, there are several students missing their middle names.  Though not mandatory, it is customary to have your full, legal name on your diploma.  If there is an error or a middle name missing, please notify Mrs. Tannert in Student Services  prior to March 3rd.  This is very important.  Your name as it appears on this list is what will be on your diploma.


New Berlin Public Library Writing Circle (Posted 2/17/17)

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 | 5:00 pm

If you missed Editing Extravaganza then you’re in luck! The Writing Circle will be meeting again on Tuesday, February 21st at 5 pm. Bring something you’re working on, it can be anything! A scholarship essay, a short story, an essay, a poem. Cocoa and cookies while you work, what could be better than that?  Find the flyer here


New Berlin Public Library Movie Night (Posted 2/17/17)

THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2017 | 5:00 pm

There's no school tomorrow, so why not celebrate with a movie night at the library! Open to tween and teens ages 12-18, no registration is required. We’ll have button making, book hedgehogs to create, and pizza of course! Vote for which movie you want here!  Find the flyer here


New Berlin Public Library Creating With Cardboard (Posted 2/17/17)

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017 | 1:00 pm

How tall of a structure can you build with cardboard? Can you make something a marble can run through? Bring your creativity and see what you can make. This is a drop-in program so come build for 10 minutes or 2 hours! Building competitions every half hour for children in 4th grade and up for a chance to win prizes!

For children & tweens ages 5 to 14, registration is not required.  Find the flyer here


New Berlin Public Library Teen Advisory Group (Posted 2/17/17)

TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2017 | 4:00 pm

Interested teens can work with the Young Adult Librarian to provide a teen perspective on the services and materials the library offers. Newcomers are always welcome at the meetings! Snacks, activities, and more at each meeting!


New Berlin Public Library Author Visit (Posted 2/17/17)


THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2017 | 5:00 pm

A Wisconsin native, Wiseman holds a degree in animation/video and library science.. Books are her passion; she loves fantasy, sci-fi, steampunk, and the classics. The Bookminder is her fist novel, and she will be here to discuss her book, read excerpts, and talk about her writing process.  Find the flyer here.


Opportunity for Students to Explore Healthcare Careers at Healthcare Expo

School District of New Berlin students have the opportunity to attend The Many Futures in Healthcare Career Expo, sponsored by the Waukesha County Business Alliance on Friday, March 24.  This is a great opportunity for students to learn about a variety of career paths within the healthcare industry from experts representing Wisconsin’s top healthcare providers.  Several colleges and universities will also be available to discuss options and opportunities at the post-secondary level.

This event is open to 8 – 12 graders who would like to explore Healthcare pathways to help inform their Academic & Career Plan (ACP).  Space is limited however, so interested students are encouraged to turn in permissions slips as soon as possible.  Permissions slips are available here or in Student Services.  All permission slips are due back to Student Services by Friday, February 27.  All students will receive a confirmation of their spot for the Expo via email on Monday, February 27. Check out the informational flyer and Waukesha Freeman article below:

Click here for The Many Futures in Healthcare Career Expo Flyer

Click here for Waukesha Freeman article from 2016 event


Semester One Honor Roll (Posted 2-14-17)

The Semester One Honor Roll is posted on the Student Services bulletin board located outside of room #201. You may also view the Honor Roll on our website under the Student Services tab.

This semester, The Milwaukee Admirals “Outstanding Student” program would like to reward your achievement by inviting you to be their guest at an Admirals game.  For your scholastic achievements, you can receive a voucher for a FREE Admirals game ticket with the purchase of an adult ticket if your name appears on the Semester One Honor Roll.  Please stop by the Student Services Department located in room #231 for your ticket voucher.

The New Berlin NOW will be publishing the honor roll very soon. Congratulations to all of the hard-working Eisenhower students for their accomplishments!


Student Aides Needed (Posted 2/10/17)

The front office is looking for student aides for A-ROY and E Periods.  Please see Mrs. Ochs if you are able to help!


Applications Open for The Commons High School Program Workshop

The Commons is a regional organization dedicated to pairing students with the business community for collaboration on real world projects.  They are holding their first ever two-day workshop for high school students who are interested in exploring the innovation process while working with teammates to solve cool problems.  Click here for informational flyer.

  • When:  10:00am - 5:00pm on Sunday, March 5 and Sunday, March 12
  • Where:  Ward 4 in downtown Milwaukee located at 333 N. Plankinton Ave. #205
  • Cost:  It’s free!  (You'll also get a shirt, a special Commons Certificate of Completion and some great food!)

Spots are limited (only a few students from each school will be selected), so apply today at close on Friday, February 24.

*  Important:  Only apply if you are able and committed to attending both days of the workshop.


Stairway to Heroin Presentation is March 14

The community is invited to "Stairway to Heroin," a must-see event for parents, educators, and community members regarding the heroin epidemic that has hit New Berlin and surrounding communities with intensity over the past few years. The event is free and open to all ages 12 and up.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for a resource fair and the program will start at 6:30 p.m. 

Please click here for more information. Attendees are asked to register in advance at

Please note: to accommodate for the presentation, Spring Parent Teacher Conferences have been moved from March 14 to March 21.


Key Dates to Apply for Froedtert Summer Health Care Academy 2017

Students who have a demonstrated interest in learning more about health care professions in a clinic setting are encouraged to apply for this new opportunity sponsored by Froedtert.

Selected students will rotate through a variety of different departments at the New Berlin Moorland Reserve Health Center throughout their summer experience. For example, administration, cancer center, cardiology, emergency department, urgent care, pharmacy, radiology, respiratory, and more. Student experiences may vary based on their rotation schedule.

This opportunity is open to current sophomores and juniors who will turn 16 on or before July 10, 2018. Applicants must be available daily July 24 through Aug. 4, from 7:45-11:30 a.m. This program requires 100 percent attendance. Applications will be available beginning in mid-February and will be accepted through March 17. Up to 20 students will be selected for an interview Monday, April 3, during the school day. A total of 10 students will be selected to participate in the summer academy. Selected students will be expected to prepare a presentation to share their experience with students, staff and parents in the fall of 2017.

If this opportunity is of interest to you, please make sure to touch base with your counselor for application materials in mid-February.



ACT - FEBRUARY 28 / WORKKEYS - MARCH 1 (Posted 2/21/17)

All Juniors will participate in the statewide ACT on Tues., February 28 and WorkKeys on Wed., March 1.  

Students should report to their assigned rooms by 7:30 a.m. on both days. Room assignments will be posted in the cafeteria and by the Main Office prior to the test days for students to review.  

On these days, students should not schedule work hours, plan to utilize open campus, attend Youth Options/other off campus courses, arrive late, or otherwise plan to not be in attendance during these testing times.  For the test students MUST bring:

A critical reminder is that no technology, food, or beverages are allowed in the testing rooms except an approved calculator. Any student in possession of a cell phone, Chromebook, iPad, or other personal electronic device will be disqualified from the assessment.  Students will be reminded to place these items in their lockers prior to the start of testing.  

For more information about testing, please see the ACT parent letter.


ACT Prep Course at WCTC (Posted 2/8/17)

WCTC is offering an ACT Exam Prep Course, March 4th - April 1st, 2017. Click here for informational flyer.


Quiet ACT Prep Flex Available for All Juniors (Posted 1/17/17)

Juniors-- Do you want a quiet place during Flex to work through your Method Test Prep and prepare for the February 28th ACT? There is a quiet study hall environment provided every day during Flex 1. If you are not already enrolled, you can self-select into the Flex by searching:

- Department: "Unspecified"

- Teacher: "Simon, Jeff"

- The subject is "Method Test Prep - ACT"

See Mr. Simon or Ms. Nelson in room 201 if you have any questions.



College & Military Visits

Parents, please accept our invitation to attend these sessions along with your student or by yourself.  You will be provided with lots of wonderful information and a great opportunity to meet face to face with an admissions representative.  Students can pick up a pass to attend in the Student Services Department the day before or morning of the visit.  Locations may vary, please report to Student Services at the time of the visit, you will be directed to the location.  Should you have any questions, please contact your counselor.  We hope to see you!!.

2/22/17  UW-LaCrosse @ 1:30 P.M.

2/23/17  US Marines @ Lunchroom Visit

03/6/17  UW-Waukesha @ 8:35 A.M.

3/07/17  Alverno College @ 1:00 P.M.

4/11/17  Marian University @ 11:30 A.M.


WCTC's Byte of IT for Women Event is Feb. 25

Discover what it's like to be a web and software developer, a network specialist or a computer support specialist at Waukesha County Technical College's Byte of IT for Women, an inspiring morning of discussion and hands-on activities facilitated by women in IT.

The event is Saturday, Feb. 25, from 8:30 a.m. to noon, in the L Building, WCTC Pewaukee Campus, 800 Main Street, Pewaukee.

More info is here. Register at


There are currently no announcements.


This Week in Eisenhower Athletics





Boys Tennis Sign-ups

There will be boys tennis sign-ups Tuesday Feb 21st and Wednesday Feb 22nd during flex in the cafeteria.


Track Informational Meeting

There will be a track informational meeting on Thursday Feb. 23rd from 6:30-8:30PM in the Commons.



Attention Juniors (Posted 2/21/17)

The Lion Chapter of the National Honor Society will be taking applications for the 2017 – 2018 school year starting on Friday, February 24.  NHS applications can be picked up in the guidance office or downloaded from the NHS Club page (

NHS membership is based on four characteristics: Leadership, Service, Character, and Scholarship. Anyone who is interested in joining will need to demonstrate their commitment to these characteristics. To be considered a candidate must have:


  • Demonstrated leadership positions in academic, extracurricular, or employment settings for at least two years.

  • Documented service record of at least two years.

  • No significant disciplinary record within the last two years.

  • An uncurved GPA of 3.500 or higher.

The NHS application form must be completed with your signature and a parent/guardian signature and returned to the Guidance Office no later than Thursday, March 16, at 3:15 p.m. Incomplete applications will not be considered.


Attention all Middle/High School Skier/ Snowboarder Students


Our next outing of the year is this Tuesday  Feb 21st.  For those club members who wish to attend, please contact the club organizer ASAP, no later than Sunday February 19th.

Also, anyone who is interested in joining our club, including those interested in next year's season, please contact the club organizer Jim Hendricks for more information and  to get on the mailing list for future announcements. The club organizer can be contacted by calling him at (262)993-5290 or by Emailing him at



Auditions (Posted 2/21/17)

Calling all spellers! Auditons for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee will be on Thurs. March 2nd. All auditions information and stage crew applications are now available for Eisenhower Theater's final production of the year. All information can be found on the the production website. Please contact Mrs. Baertschy with any questions.


Sister Act (Posted 1/17/17)

What does a disco diva and a group of nuns have in common? At first glance, not a lot. With a strong disco flair and a sense for theatrics, Deloris Van Cartier brings life to a failing church while, unknowingly, finding what is truly important - her inner star. Through the common language of love, friendship, and affection a real connection is found among the most unlikely pairs. Based on the 1992 film, Sister Act, is a musical comedy that will be sure to have you dancing in the aisles.

New Berlin Eisenhower is thrilled to present Sister Act on February 17th & 18th and 24th & 25th at 7:30 pm and February 19th & 26th at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors and students with a valid ID. All seating is reserved. Tickets are available for purchase via cash or check 45 minutes prior to each show at the box office window. Theater doors will open 30 minutes prior to each show. For specific accessibility accommodations, please call the Box Office at (262)789-6326.

Advance ticket sales begin on Monday, February 6th. Purchases must be made in person. Please visit our website for the most up to date Box Office hours.



List of Local/State Scholarships with Approaching Deadlines (Posted 1/5/17)

  • Educators Credit Union Scholarship – Due February 27
  • Pagel Graphic Arts Scholarship - Due February 28
  • Wisconsin Sports Awards Senior Athletic Scholarship (Cousins Subs) - Due February 28
  • Johnson Creek Premium Outlets – Due March 1
  • American Legion Auxiliary Children of Warriors Scholarship – Due March 1
  • Southridge Mall Scholarship - Due March 1
  • Students of Integrity Scholarship - Due March 1
  • Community Memorial Foundation Scholarship & Community  - Due March 1
  • New Berlin Scholarship Fund - Due March 6
  • R. Daniel Nettesheim Memorial Scholarship – Due March 21
  • SFM Foundation Scholarship - Due March 31
  • New Berlin Soap Box Derby Scholarship - Due April 1
  • Walmart Dependent Scholarship - Due April 1
  • April Chesney Schoalrship - Due April 8
  • Metro Swimming Officials Association - Due April 15
  • American Legion Legacy Scholarship – Due April 20
  • Carrie Crystal Stuckert Memorial Scholarship - Due April 24
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Preps Plus Scholarship - Boston Store - Due April 30
  • Mike Dillett Memorial Soccer Scholarship - Due April 30
  • Prospect Lions of New Berlin Scholarship - Due May 1
  • Malone Family Scholarship - Due May 5
  • Wisconsin Towns Association Scholarship - Due May 29

For these and other scholarships please visit Please check this website monthly as new scholarships come in frequently.


Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program (Posted 2/2/17)

11th Grade Opportunity!!!

College Prep Scholars are among the nation’s brightest high school juniors who have demonstrated academic excellence despite facing economic challenges. The College Prep Scholars Program will provide you with everything you need to know about getting into a leading college with a full scholarship. The program is open to all high school juniors currently attending high school in the United States, regardless of their citizenship status.

Typical College Prep Scholars:

  • Earn mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available

  • Come from families earning less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets

  • Are in the top 5-10% of their class

  • Typically score greater than 1270 on the PSAT or SAT, or greater than 26 on the ACT

  • May be eligible for free or reduced-price lunch

  • May be among the 1st generating in their family to attend a four-year college

Application Requirements:

  • Academic & financial information

  • An essay and short answers

  • Current high school transcript

  • Letter of recommendation form a high school teacher

Application available at


Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest (Posted 12/20/16)

The VFW Auxiliary’s Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest recognizes up-and-coming artists and encourages patriotism in youth. The first-place winner from each state competes for national awards totaling $21,000.

Who is Eligible to Apply?

  • Any student in grades 9-12 who is enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the United States.

  • Maximum student age of 18 at time of local entry.

  • Student must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national.

  • Applicant does not have to be related to a VFW or VFW Auxiliary member to participate, but the student must attend school in the same state as the sponsoring VFW Auxiliary.

What are the Scholarship Submission Requirements?

  • Art must be on paper or canvas. Water color, pencil, pastel, charcoal, tempera, crayon, acrylic, pen-and-ink or oil may be used.

  • Digital art and photography is NOT ACCEPTED.

  • Submit canvas entries on stretcher frames or canvas board; other entries must be matted on white.

  • Do not frame.

  • Art should be no smaller than 8” x 10” but no larger than 18” x 24,” not including the mat.

The deadline for student entry to VFW Auxiliary is March 31. For more information, go to:



New Career and Service Learning jobs, internships, apprenticeships and other opportunities are included in Daily Announcements for two weeks. A full listing of open positions can be found here: Learn more about the Career and Service Learning Program at:

Plumbing Apprenticeships Available (Posted 12/16/16)

Milwaukee Area Joint Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee, 11175 W. Parkland Ave.,  Milwaukee 414-359-1318

Requirements: 18 yrs or older, have a current Driver's License, and be able to pass a drug test.

What does it take to be a plumbing apprentice?

  • good math and reading skills and ability to work with your hands
  • attend an orientation session and complete an application at the Milwaukee Area Joint Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee Office
  • pass an apprenticeship qualifying examination
  • interview with the Apprenticeship Committee
  • be placed with a plumbing contractor

Want more information?  Contact Wesley Zastrow at 414-359-1318 or go to

For students in the Career & Service Learning Program, this position qualifies for an: Apprenticeship

Related to Career Clusters: Architecture & Construction


CNA @ LindenGrove Communities in Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha + Menomonee Falls Campuses (Posted 02/09/17)

Locations are in:  Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha, and Menomonee Falls Campuses

Timeline: Flexible

Hours: Full + Part Time 

Age or Certification Requirement: 16, C.N.A. certification

Job description: LindenGrove Mukwonago is looking for students (16 or older)to assist residents with their personal needs and care (activities of daily living). These individuals will work with the nursing team to provide care and treatment. The amount of assistance varies from minimal physical support by the nursing assistant to complete performance of cares. C.N.A. Certification required.

Contact: Stacy Dunkin    262-797-4600

For student in the Career & Service Learning Program, this position qualifies for a:  Youth Apprenticeship

Related to Career Clusters: Health Science


Dietary Aide @ LindenGrove, various locations (Posted 2/9/17)

Location:  New Berlin, Waukesha and Mukwonago Locations

Hours:  Part Time

Compensation:  Hourly, based on experience.

Age Requirement:  16

Contact:  Stacy Duncan   262-797-4600

Job description: Works in the kitchen, pantry and resident dining rooms to prepare food trays for delivery to residents. Cleans dining rooms, pantry and kitchen including washing dishes, work areas and storage areas.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Dishes and serves food to residents according to residents diet cards, posted menus and spreadsheets, and other instructions to insure that modified diets and resident preferences are met.
  • Cleans, washes and sanitizes all utensils, dishes, carts and equipment after each meal or as needed.
  • Follow local, state and federal regulations as outlined in LindenGrove policies and procedure for resident care, infection control, food handling and equipment use.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all resident care information and assures resident rights are protected at all times.

Contact:  Stacy Duncan   262-797-4600

Related to Career Clusters: Health Sciences


Volunteer Opportunity @ Zoological Society of Milwaukee (Posted 2/17/17)

Location:  Milwaukee County Zoo

Timeline: June 15th - August 11th

As a high school assistant, you will:

  • Under the direction of a college intern and a Society educator, assist with a small group of children in the classroom and in the Zoo.
  • Act as a role model to younger children; set a good example and encourage kids to reach their full potential.
  • Assist teachers and college interns with art activities and educational games.
  • Help with camp and room setup, takedown, lunch-hour supervision, prepping materials for the next day’s camp, and room cleanup.

(This position does not allow for direct animal handling.)


  • MUST be 15-18 years of age.
  • MUST be able to commit to a two-week session (Monday-Friday).
  • MUST attend High School Assistant training session provided by the Zoological Society.
  • MUST display enthusiasm and a positive attitude.
  • MUST work well with others and follow directions.
  • MUST be willing to participate in children’s games, songs and other activities.
  • Physical movements required: Must be able to walk through the Zoo for up to two hours, kneel, squat, and carry material supply boxes.

Application Process:

  • Go to and print the High School Assistant Application Form  (you can also call for an application at the number listed below).
  • Read and complete the High School Assistant Application Form.

Applications can be emailed to OR mailed to:

Christopher Uitz

Conservation Education Department

10005 W. Bluemound Rd.

Milwaukee, WI 53226-4383

Application Deadline:  April 3, 2017

Questions:  call Chris   414-258-5058 ext 428 

Related to Career Clusters: Education & Training


Entry Level Construction @ Wenger Roofing & Sheet Metal (Posted 2/14/17)

Location:  N2293 Hwy 45 Campbellsport, WI   920-979-5179

Requirements: 18 years old

Start Date:  summer time help

Learn the ground up of construction. What to do as a laborer, how to cut, how to measure correctly, how to shingle, how to work with architectural sheet metal, we are looking to find candidates that would like to find either summer help in the surrounding Milwaukee Areas. Student will need to provide own transportation to the sites. This could be a summer position for some and others that are not sure what they want to do for a career might be interested in staying around for a full time job. Good money for the right guys.

Contact: Colleen Herbst   920-979-5179

Related to Career Clusters: Architecture & Construction


Lifeguards - Milwaukee County Parks/Aquatics (Posted 1/27/17)

Location: 15 Milwaukee County pools, beaches and aquatic centers     search "lifeguard training"

Timeline: Summer 2017

Hours: Varies

Compensation: Starting pay of $10.25/hr

Age/Job Requirement: Must be age 16 by June 2017; Lifeguards must be able to swim 100 meters in 1:45 seconds  

Upcoming Lifeguard Free Training Sessions:

Noyes Pool T/Th 7-9PM:  3/14, 3/16, 3/21, 3/23, 3/28, 3/30

Pulaski Pool T/Th 7-9PM: 1/31, 2/2, 2/7, 2/9, 2/14, 2/16, 4/25, 4/27, 5/2, 5/4, 5/9, 5/11

Pulaski Pool M/W  7-9PM: 2/20, 2/22, 2/27, 3/1, 3/6, 3/8, 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12, 4/17, 4/19

Pulaski Pool Tues-Fri 11AM-2:00PM:  4/18, 4/19, 4/20, 4/21

Contact: email or call (414) 257-8024

Milwaukee County Lifeguards Corps. (MCLC) has a strong and rich history in the Greater Milwaukee area for more than 60 years. We offer our own specialized training for lifeguards, as well as instill qualities such as work ethic, responsibility, team work and respect. We also bring our formidable principals into our training for park workers at our facilities. 

For students in the Career & Service Learning Program, this position qualifies for a: Co-op or a paid job.

Related to Career Clusters: Government + Public Administration


Various Jobs - City of West Allis (Posted 1/13/17)

Location: City of West Allis   7525 West Greenfield Ave., West Allis   414-302-8270

Hours: Department of Public Works, 40 hours/week (weather permitting), 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, with the majority of the positions starting mid- to late-May and ending mid-August.

Compensation: Depending on years of service and residency. West Allis resident starting rate is $9/hour. Non-West Allis resident starting rate is $8.82.

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age or a 2017 graduating senior. Possess a valid WI Driver's License and a good driving record and be college bound of fall semester. (Falsification of college enrollment for the fall semester is grounds for disqualification or dismissal.) Students offered employment must pass a post-offer drug test as well as a Police Record Check as a condition of employment. Employment may be terminated at any time if the employee is found to be unsuitable for any reason.

The City of West Allis has several positions available for both part-time and seasonal work:

Building & Sign Section - erecting and taking down mobile signs
City Dump (116th & Morgan Avenue) - lot attendee (checking driver’s license, direct residents to correct drop off areas), 40 hours/week (Tues-Fri, 11 am to 7 pm; Sat, 8 am to 4:00 pm; subject to change)
Electrical Section - assisting electricians and maintenance repairers
Forestry Division - cutting grass, pulling weeds, trimming, planting flowers, etc.
Water Division - cleaning and painting fire hydrants
Sanitation & Streets Division - working on the tar crews (filling holes/cracks in City streets), delivering garbage carts, and occasionally collecting garbage or recyclables

Hiring Process:  

A. An eligibility list is established by lottery in mid-April in the following order:
     (1) returning students with a good work record; then
     (2) by date of availability (typically as follows):
                 (a) West Allis resident college students;
                 (b) Non-West Allis resident college students;
                 (c) West Allis resident graduating senior high school students attending college in the fall;
                 (d) Non-West Allis resident graduating senior high school students attending college in the fall.
B. Applications are accepted through April 17, 2017; those who apply after April 17th will have their name placed at the bottom of the list in the order received.
C. Returning students must re-apply annually; rehire is dependent upon a good work record from the previous year.
D. Job assignments may begin between May 22nd and May 30, 2017.
E. If you are not able to begin work when the position is available, your name will remain on the list; however, the City does not guarantee job placement.
F. It is the City's policy that only one member of a family/address is eligible to work for the City during the summer at one time.

Visit our website at  for the Summer Student Application Form.

Contact:  Lynn Jopek, HR Assistant III     414-302-8270

Related to Career Clusters: Government & Public Administration


CNA Positions with Presbyterian Homes & Services Various Locations (Posted 1/13/17)

Please go to:   (for available CNA positions + to apply)

Locations:  Menomonee Falls, Pewaukee, and Waukesha

Hours: Full + Part Time 

Age or Certification Requirement: 16, C.N.A. certification

Presbyterian Homes & Services has been serving older adults since 1955 and is a leader in the industry. As one of the three fastest growing older adult services organizations in the nation we are mission driven and faith based. With over 6000 employees and growing- you are sure to have a home with us where you are now and far into the future. We believe that employees are the most important resource in our ministry, and because of this, we are committed to an environment where employees are valued and empowered to make a difference. Our employees work together within a caring Christian culture to create great living environments and provide high-quality, high-touch, and compassionate services for older adults so that they may live vibrantly in their sunset years. If you have a passion and desire to enrich the lives and touch the hearts of older adults please consider joining our team and help us achieve our goal of providing a broad range of opportunities to allow our older adults the freedom to live well!

We are seeking full and part time Nursing Assistants to join our teams.  These positions may include working every other weekend and scheduled holidays. This community includes Long-Term Care and Assisted Living.

As a Nursing Assistant, you will play a critical role in caring for older adults- not only physically, but emotionally, socially, mentally, and spiritually. The CNA is responsible for the provision of high quality personal care and services to residents to support their Personally Designed Living choices while maintaining consistency with regulations and established best practices.

We offer competitive wages and benefits, with full time status defined as working a minimum of 60 hours during the two week pay period. We take your past experience into consideration for your starting wage and we offer regular step increases based on hours worked.

With tuition reimbursement, nurse scholarship programs, a variety of learning and development opportunities on site, and a commitment to promote from within, opportunities to grow and develop with us are virtually unlimited. Whether you desire to continue your learning and professional development within your Nursing Assistant role or beyond, PHS has many opportunities for you to attend a diverse selection of classes, apply for education reimbursement or scholarships, and grow within the company.

Contact: Rachel Anderson, HR Director  262-599-8300

For student in the Career & Service Learning Program, this position qualifies for a:  Youth Apprenticeship

Related to Career Clusters: Health Science


Shadow Opportunities @ Aurora West Allis Medical Center (Posted 1/13/17)

Location: 8901 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis   414-328-6000

Interested in a Health Care profession?  Shadow opportunities are available with Aurora for nursing, physician, therapy, radiology and any other clinical area.  

Contact: Angela Christenson      414-328-7177

Related to Career Clusters: Health Science


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