Your main focus is on school right now, but you need a job for extra spending money, to gain a little experience, to help pay your admission bill, or simply to fill your time. Sound right?
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Says the company: “For 20 years, Cowgirl Creamery has produced a variety of fresh, bloomy, and aged cheeses by using milk from neighboring dairies and championing their local milkshed. Two decades, dozens awards, two creameries and two retails stores later, Cowgirl Creamery continues to help pioneer the American artisan cheese movement.”
2. Zesty, Inc.
Says the company: “Our aim at Zesty is to empower companies to be healthier and more productive. We specialize in providing corporate clients with customized meal programs by collaborating with the best local restaurants to curate office meals optimized for a variety of health needs and taste preferences. We provide thoughtful service and hospitality that fosters camaraderie and collaboration within teams.”
Says the company: “Bi-Rite is a learning-community, with endless opportunity for on-the-job training and education about food and service. Our unique staff culture and generous benefits package sets us apart from other food businesses.”
Says the company: “At Smitten Ice Cream, we are makers through and through – from our flavors right down to our ice cream machines, we make it all. Because we believe that ice cream can and should be better. Hell no status quo.”
Says the company: “At Edventure More ("EDMO" for short) we create programs for PK-8th graders where learning is experiential, personalities shine, collaboration is key, and no one ever ever ever gives up. Our unique and culturally rich environment builds the social, emotional and academic intelligence kids need to become the makers, shakers and amazinators of tomorrow!”
Says the company: “Street Soccer USA brings soccer to communities to help people of all ages and backgrounds discover their strengths and take positive steps forward in their lives. Our curriculum connects soccer skills to life skills, giving players the tools they need to unlock the promise in themselves. By hosting community-based tournaments and showing up each day for practices and games, we create the space for players to cultivate trusting relationships, connect to local social services, and build the skills and confidence to succeed.”
Says the company: “Sports Basement is a growing sporting goods retailer with eight locations in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as an online store. We take pride in selling the best brands at basement prices, but if you've ever been to the Basement, you probably know that that description doesn't really do us justice. Learn more about us at http://www.sportsbasement.com or watch this video: http://bit.ly/2bRP4z2”
Says the company: “The best in luxury consignment can only be found in one place: Cris Consignment. Cris Consignment keeps an up-to-date selection of discount designer clothes, including: Christian Louboutin shoes, Hermes bags, and Chanel clothing. Cris Consignment not only carries a wide array of designers and styles, but is affordable so you don’t break the bank.”
Says the company: “Compass has been a thought leader in test preparation for over 10 years. No one has more experience delivering one-on-one test preparation to California students than the founders of Compass. No other company can match the depth and range of expertise of Compass directors.”
10. Blue Dog
Says the company: “Blue Dog started over 5 years ago with the goal of providing your dog with daily exercise in a safe and healthy environment. All of our walks are on-leash and in packs of no more than 3 dogs.”