The Yakima branch of the Opportunities Industrialization Center of Washington, Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Yakima and Safe Yakima Valley held their 10th annual 100 Jobs for 100 Kids Youth Career Fair at the Southeast Community Center in Yakima, Wash. on Monday, May 2, 2016. (SHAWN GUST/Yakima Herald-Republic)

YAKIMA, Wash. — Safe Yakima Valley is sponsoring a career fair for high school students Monday.

The annual job fair is aimed at getting 100 part-time summer jobs for local high school students. Participants will get help filling out a job application, go through a job interview and get a free food-handler permit test. There will be a free lunch and door prizes.

Safe Yakima Valley, a nonprofit organization that seeks to reduce crime in the city, is working with the Henry Beauchamp Community Center, OIC of Yakima, WorkSource, Yakima School District, Casey Family Programs, Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Yakima Rotary Club to put on the event.

The job fair will be held from noon to 5 p.m. at the Henry Beauchamp Community Center, 1211 S. Seventh St.

To make donations toward a student’s wages or to offer a student a job at the fair, call Adrianne Garner at 509-575-6114.