Teachers and staff at Roseland Montessori accepted job applications from students and interviewed them for various campus jobs.

The jobs are a important part of the school’s philosophy, which prepares students to be successful members of society, a news release from the school said.

Students who completed job applications met last week with acting Principal Rhonda Vaccaro for their interview. After all students have been interviewed, Vaccaro will select the students, and they will complete on-site job training to prepare for their position.

Jobs for this school year include car-line helpers, flag crew members, student assistants, hall monitors, school meteorologists and school comedians.