Do you want a summer job but don’t know where to start looking? Here are a few places to try. Write out a nice resume (ask for help if you’re not sure what to include on it), and start applying.
1 | Amusement Park
Working at an amusement park is fun, because once you get off – you can stay awhile! Plus you get paid so it’s a win-win.
2 | Internships
There are plenty of companies of there looking for high school and college students to work with, and you can even earn credit for it! You can do things like office work, graphic design, helping with events, and more – depending on what kind of job it is. You can search for internships online on job websites, or look for flyers at your school or library. Not all internships are unpaid.
3 | Daycare/Nursing Home
If you like spending time with children or senior citizens, you can get paid for it. Check and see if any daycares or nursing homes in your area are hiring for the summer.
4 | Freelance Online
There are so many ways to make money online. Sell your own products, stock photos, or something handmade. You can also sell services, like dog walking, cleaning, cooking, tutoring, and so much more!
5 | Summer Camp Counselor
Its summertime and summer camp is in full effect! Contact the campus in your area to see if they need youth counselors.
6 | Mall
Working at the mall can be exciting. Make copies of your resume and visit the places in the mall you’d work at. Movie theaters, food courts, and retail stores are all great places to start.
7 | Community Organizations
Many community organizations have summer job programs for teens. You can find these job openings by searching online for job openings. More often they’re found by looking at flyers in places like the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, community centers, libraries, and churches.
Happy job hunting!