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Job Spotlight: Brynne Dillingham, Wicked Whisk

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Brynne Dillingham works at the Wicked Whisk.

Brynne Dillingham works at the Wicked Whisk.

Brynne Dillingham works at the Wicked Whisk.

Brynne Dillingham works at the Wicked Whisk.

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With all of the responsibilities students have, it is difficult to handle a job alongside the high school routine. Midlo Scoop caught up with senior Brynne Dillingham, a hardworking student who shows kindness and dedication in the classroom and, as we found, in the workplace as well.
 
Where do you work? How often?
The Wicked Whisk;
Two to three days a week; 4 hours on weekdays and seven hours on Saturdays.
 
Why did you choose to work there?
 I love baking, and it’s a great job to have in high school because [I] get off at a reasonable time, which allows me to have free time afterwards.
 
What is your favorite thing about the job?  
The people I work with; they are so down to Earth and fun to be around.  They make such a great job even better.

What does your daily schedule look like?
On a normal day, I usually go in there and make a few icings, bake a cake, then create some dry mixes to prep for future cooking; then, at 5:30, I do dishes, sweep, mop, wipe everything down and clear everything, then lock up.
 
Would you recommend working while going to school?
 Yes, just make sure you find a job you enjoy and one that allows you to get schoolwork  done, hang out with friends, and enjoy yourself. I would definitely recommend working at the Wicked Whisk.  It is such an enjoyable job with amazing people and hours.  It really is the best high school job out there!