Employment opportunities arise on Main Line

By Rachael Renz
September 17, 2009

Shannon Keough

During the summer, most students had jobs, but what happens while students are away at school?

Whether they’re just beginning their four years at Cabrini or they’re welcoming back another semester, many students are still in need of a salary.

Luckily, there are countless job opportunities in the Cabrini College area.

Part-time positions that are seeking employment on Lancaster Ave. are Anthony Wayne movie theatre, CVS, Aux Petits Delices, GAP, Great Harvest Bread Co., Saxby’s, Color Me Mine, Starbucks, Cosi and Blockbuster.

Some of these companies like Aux Petits Delices, Great Harvest Bread Co. and Saxby’s are all self-owned local businesses. Aux Petits Delices is a bakery while Great Harvest Bread Co. specializes in homemade breads.

Saxby’s is a small coffee shop owned by a son and his mother who create their own coffees and yogurts.

“I would definitely try to work at the Blockbuster on the Main Line, because I like to watch movies with my girlfriend and the discounts would be good. But, I’m a full-time student athlete so the hours would have to be flexible,” Wes Toth, junior exercise science major, said.

There are also plenty of opportunities at the King of Prussia Mall, including retail and restaurants.

If retail is what you’re looking for, then apply at American Eagle, Aerie, Express, Build-a-Bear, Guess?, Lacoste, Macy’s, Old Navy, DSW shoes, Lord & Taylor, Lucky Brand, Wet Seal, Pandora, The Body Shop, Aldo shoes, Buckle, Cache, Charlotte Russe, New York & Company, Bebe or The Limited.

If you have a craving to work in the restaurant business, King of Prussia Mall’s very own Cheesecake Factory is hiring as well, along with Café Nordstrom.

“I would want to work at the King of Prussia Mall. A lot of college students work there so my hours would probably be flexible,” Charlene Guzman, sophomore history and secondary education major, said.

“If I had to pick a store it would be Aldo shoes. I would want the discounts and I would like to be able to transfer to a store near my home during winter and summer break,” Guzman said.

“Working on the Main Line was very convenient because of its location and flexibility,” Molly Enos, senior communication major, said “While working there I learned how to communicate with customers and I developed a better understanding of retail. It was a great experience that I would recommend to others.”

If interested in applying for the following jobs in the King of Prussia Mall, call guest services at 610-265-5727 or email info@kingofprussiamall.com. Walk-ins are acceptable for the following stores offering employment.

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