McDonald's Seeking Washington Workers

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OLYMPIA — McDonald's is looking for a few good workers to staff its restaurants in Washington.

In fact, in a press release, the company said it is inviting 4,300 job seekers looking for summer work to apply for part-time and full-time jobs at restaurants across the state.

"Whether it's a part-time job to help save up for a major purchase, a full-time promotion with the flexibility to work around family commitments or a first-time job with the goal of gaining valuable work experience, McDonald's has a position to meet any candidate's needs and the foundation to help drive long-term success, whether that's with McDonald's or elsewhere," the press release said.

In the press release, the company touted the education benefits it provides to employees: help to earn a high school diploma, English-language classes, as well as the company's new partnership with Western Governors University to provide employees with a 5% tuition discount and scholarships and its existing partnership with Colorado Technical University that will allow students to receive significant assistance through the company's Archways to Opportunity program.

For more information, or to apply, check out the company's website at jobs.mchire.com, or test "apply" to 38000 to start an application via text.