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Teen Job Flyers

You've decided to start your own business or offer a service, but you need a good teen job flyer to get attention. If you've never created a job or services flyer, read on!

There are two ways to create a simple business or service flyer: one is to write it by hand; the other is to create one on a computer. While a hand written one will work in a pinch, a computer created one will look more professional and in most cases, will be easier to read. If you don't have access to a computer at home, check your local library or ask to use your high school computer lab.

If you choose to hand-write a flyer, you'll need white or other light colored paper and pens with dark, waterproof ink (especially if they'll be posted outdoors). You'll also need a ruler for measuring spacing of the letters.

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Create a Job Flyer

A teen job flyer will include the following information:

  • The service you'll be offering
  • Your personal experience – i.e. years riding horses, equipment you own (such as a lawnmower) or number of children you have experience caring for
  • Your name (you may choose to only use your first name)
  • How to contact you – phone number, cell phone number and/or email address (Tip: Don't use a suggestive email address, like sexychick77 if you want to land a babysitting job.  Instead, create a new business-related email address, like ).
  • Hours you're available
  • Tear off tabs at the bottom of the flier (optional, but often will bring in more clients)

Babysitting Flyer Example:

Debbie's Babysitting Service

Need a friendly, experienced babysitter? Then I'm the babysitter for you! I'm CPR certified and have taken babysitting classes through the local 4-H club.

· Hours available: After school and on Saturdays

· Experienced with preschool aged children and older

· References available

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Contact Debbie

Phone: 555-555-5555

Cell Phone: 666-666-6666


You can also create flyers easily if you have Microsoft Word. Follow these steps:

  • Open Microsoft Word
  • Click on File in the upper left hand corner of the screen
  • Click on New
  • When the window opens, click on Template in the lower right hand corner of the box
  • Click on the Direct Mail Manager tab
  • Click on Flyer Wizard- it will walk you through all of the steps to create a simple flyer for your new business!

Where to Post Flyers

Once you've created a teen job flyer, you'll need to post them where they'll likely to be noticed.  You should consider posting them in prominent places where people would likely need your service. For example, post babysitting fliers at childcare centers, dog walking fliers at the vet's office or kennel, and so on. Always ask the person in charge of a business whether it is okay to post your flier, unless you're posting on a public message board.

Other places to post your flyer include:

  • The Post Office
  • Local businesses Public Library
  • Vet's Office
  • Kennels
  • Horse boarding facilities
  • Gardening clubs
  • School faculty office or business office
  • Local banks

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