About Us

We are the largest FREE website on the internet that helps teens find a job.  Whether it's an 11 year old looking for a part-time job to make a few bucks during the summer, or an 18 year old trying to decide on the direction they want to take in their career, we have all of the information they need to succeed.  Our website covers the specifics around full-time jobs, online jobs, summer jobs, and side jobs.  

To learn more, download our FREE teen job survival guide visit our page focused specifically on jobs for teens.

Our Mission

We want to help teenagers not just find a job, but help them explore and understand the opportunities they have access to as well as learn a variety of skills that future employers will find extremely valuable.

​Meet Our Team

Founder and Managing Editor - Prof. Ron Stefanski MBA (Linkedin)

After earning his MBA from Benedictine University, Ron ​created the internet's most popular website to help ex-offenders find employment.  From there, he and his team researched ​to find other under-served markets for employment information and to his surprise, teenagers ​was one of those markets.  From there, Ron wrote and self-published the Jobs For Teens Survival Guide which has been ​read by hundreds of thousands of teens looking for work worldwide.  From there, Ron and his team spent hundreds of hours researching and compiling information to better serve teens all across the world that are looking for a job.

​Lead Writer - ​Natalie D.

​Natalie earned her Bachelors degree in Journalism from the University of Kansas, and has worked in television and radio during her career. Now, she is a freelance writer for various websites, and in mid 2018, she joined the JobsForTeensHQ and is working hard to help teens across the world find a job that they love. Natalie got her first job at the age of 14, working as a carhop at a local drive-in burger restaurant. During high school, she also worked as part-time sports writer for the local newspaper and as a server at Steak N Shake. When she was a 19-year-old sophomore at KU, she got her first on-air job as a sports reporter for the CBS-TV affiliate in Topeka, Kansas.