how do i approach getting a job during high school in San Francisco ?
who should i ask for help in high school to get a first job and if i want to get started and how should i write a resume and i how can i get started in my first day
Another option is, if you have a specific passion around a field or topic, talking to folks who are already in that field can be super helpful. I'd ask teachers, your parents or relatives if they know anyone in the field you're interested in. If they do, get some time with them and ask them questions like "whats your day look like", "what do you love about your job", "what don't you like about your job" and the most important one "what advice would you give someone like me who's starting their career and interested in this field". These questions open so many doors and have helped me get roles I wouldn't have been able to get otherwise. Good luck!
Don't make it too difficult. Look at employment that helps keep your school work center focused and leave time for yourself for things you enjoy (sports, time with friends, etc). Then, look towards transportation related issues. Dependability at the job is key. You must be there every time the employer needs you, so try and stay as close to home as reasonable, so even if you have to walk you will be there on time and ready to work.
Service industry jobs may be a great place to build a resume for later. Many right now encourage you to walk in on certain days/times and interview for open spots-No resume needed.
Once you have been there for a while, your dependability, team orientation and personal drive will be a great way to build a successful resume toward a career field you are interested in.
Once you have a position, thank the person who hired you and let them know you are interested in learning as much as you can and doing your very best so you will appreciate their ongoing feedback. More than anything, be polite and try to go out of your way to show your appreciation to teammates and customers.
Until you find that job, consider volunteering at a local food bank or somewhere that will allow you to talk about what you're currently doing during your first interview.
With every good wish!