Postal Biz HQ’s Mail Centers are owned and operated for reasons that go beyond pure monetary returns; it is an Angel Investment with an community-centric philosophy. A diverse group of Team Members exist at each location and we are always recruiting, with a mission to provide young adults an unique educational opportunity and experience. We also have a secret “Handshake” with University of Central Florida and several other Universities, offering paid Internships, Apprenticeships and Florida Bright Futures Scholarship programs to develop young talent.
Each year, selected students come to our center to participate in the UCF Job Shadow Program, where students get to play “real Monopoly” or “Apprentice”. Students learn core operations, review business plans, inventory management, compete in marketing challenges and analyze financial statements. More important, this is a place to develop work ethics, leadership and life lessons. Explore all the reasons why working at our local Mail Center is a place to learn, work hard, have fun, fellowship and make an impact. By invitation, Team Members can be on the path to being a Store Leader, Mentor or Managing Operator.
Unique to our program, 20% of the time is invested in business development, where we encourage all staff to innovate, develop new products or work on creative projects. Instead of the typical annual bonuses that some companies may or may not offer these days, we believe in giving merit awards or bonuses half yearly for working on these project initiatives. After your 14 work-days challenge, you will automatically qualify for these awards, along with all the office parties and movie nights.
Our operations are divided two teams and two departments of services. Student Apprentices will be trained by Jedi Masters (Mentors) in the two respective services. You begin with a 14 work-days challenge of shipping carrier services, packaging, mail sorting, office faxing, digital scanning, cash register handling, printing, photocopying, laminating and spiral binding. This covers the Core Office Services and you can take on more challenges in Business Consultancy Services. Every staff will have the opportunity to gain exceptional knowledge in a wide range of technology. Continuous education is always part of our center, you will learn PostalMate, Adobe Pro Suites (Graphics), Web Publishing (Word Press), Information Technology Services, Office Suites, Photography, Marketing and Content Creation (like YouTube).
If you are up for these challenges... STOP BY FIRST AND BRING ALONG YOUR RESUME 3564 Avalon Park E Blvd, Suite 1, Orlando, FL 32828 [Apply Online] Employment Requirements: Computer Typing and Printing Documents in PDF, Word etc. Gmail or Email Guru Great personality and smiles 16 years or older United States citizen, Florida Permanent Resident Completing or completed High School in USA Speak and Write in English fluently Ability to pass a background check Willing to learn new technology
All staff that turned 18 years old and have completed the 14 work-days challenge, will be required to become Notary Public and have a month to complete the 3 hours course during this qualifying period. After completing the certification and getting commissioned, you graduate to become a member of our Jedi Order.
First Certification at 18
Internships provide Experiential Learning (EXL) on-the-job training in a field that the student wants to learn more about or plans to pursue after graduation in High School or College. An internship can also help you discover what career path is right or wrong for you. Although College Students are not required to utilize internships as credit, if you meet the minimum qualifications outlined by your university, you can. For UCF, it is the students responsibility to make an appointment with your Internship Coordinator through myKnight STAR to determine if course credit is available. For international students, Review the F-1 Optional Practical Training (OPT) section and feel free to set up a meeting to speak with a UCF Global representative for more information. We offer two semesters of internship followed by one more semester of Co-Op. You can choose to continue more years as you see needed. An Internship Experience Mentor will support you throughout your internship program.
Both the FLSA and Florida law restrict when and how many hours of work for minors. Minors 16 – 17 may participate in Junior Internship programs up to 30 hrs/wk for no more than 8 hours a day when school is scheduled the following day. On days when school does not follow, there are no hour restrictions. When school is not in session, there are no limitations but no more than 6 consecutive days in any one week.
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