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You will build and innovate our cross platform, Mobile platform that connects teens with people and business looking for help with tasks or small jobs. Applicant Information. Skratch believes that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users.
The app called, "Skratch," gives busy teenagers across the state, ages 14 to 20, the opportunity to earn cash while juggling their other responsibilities. Teens can register on the app and select their preferred job. Individuals or organizations post the jobs they need done, anything from tutoring to cleaning the garage.
Often there is a big demand for part-time help with summer camps, sports, and other activities. Your teen can be active outdoors, gain leadership skills, and earn money in the process. The local water parks will be looking to fill positions for concession stand workers, ride attendants, ticket booth operators, and lifeguards.
Miranda Alfaro said she's had a difficult time finding a part-time job that fits her busy academic schedule. The year-old plays the viola in Plano West High School's orchestra and is a member of the school's color guard, winter guard, National Honor Society chapter, and speech and debate teams. Scott Bennett, Skratch co-founder and CEO, said he came up with the idea for the app after his friend and co-founder, Ronen Akiva, told him his teenage son couldn't find a job that would work with his overloaded academic calendar.