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Jorge, great thoughts. We have a local restaurant that actually does this for their marketers, waiters, and other help needed during their busy season in the area. It’s a win-win situation because the student gets real-life experience and the business gets lower priced labor.
You can also handle it a few different ways. Such as start off as a student worker with the potential to go part-time or full time if they are really good. You don’t want to let the good ones go if they are willing to stick around!