Tips on Finding a Great Summer Job

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from Lifeguardingjobs.com

    LARCHMONT, N.Y., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifeguardingjobs.com announced
 helpful tips to high school and college students on how they can find summer
 employment. With the summer season fast approaching, Lifeguardingjobs.com is
 hoping to proactively assist students with their job search. The tips are as
 follows:
 
     *     Start your search early -- This will give you enough time to acquire
           any additional certifications and/or training you will need and help
           you figure out what type of job you want to pursue.
     *     Visit a Seasonal Job Site -- you can find great information as well
           as have access to thousands of summer openings across the country --
           some of these web sites include: CoolWorks.com, Campjobs.com,
           Lifeguardingjobs.com, and Summerjobs.com.
     *     Become an Instructor -- Outdoor facilities are always looking for
           people to teach children how to swim, play tennis, baseball and any
           other type of sport.
      *    Work the entire summer -- some jobs will give you a bonus if you
           sign an agreement at the beginning of the season that says you will
           work through Labor Day.
      *    Put together a resume -- some employers do not request it, but if
           one does at least you'll be ready to apply for the job.
     *     Get a job located near your home or school -- beyond the convenience
           -- there may be the opportunity for year round employment.
     *     Get a job in the Aquatics Industry -- most of these jobs require
           certifications but they are in high demand, especially during the
           summers when most swimming pools, beaches, camps and water parks are
           open for business.
     *     Go into business for yourself -- painting, mowing lawns, and
           walking dogs are all good options -- and you can make your own
           schedule.
     *     Become an Intern -- Most internships don't pay but you'll get an
           opportunity to check out possible careers.
     *     Rule out Vacations -- employers hate when summer employees leave
           early for family vacations -- plan them after the job is done.
 
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    LARCHMONT, N.Y., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifeguardingjobs.com announced
 helpful tips to high school and college students on how they can find summer
 employment. With the summer season fast approaching, Lifeguardingjobs.com is
 hoping to proactively assist students with their job search. The tips are as
 follows:
 
     *     Start your search early -- This will give you enough time to acquire
           any additional certifications and/or training you will need and help
           you figure out what type of job you want to pursue.
     *     Visit a Seasonal Job Site -- you can find great information as well
           as have access to thousands of summer openings across the country --
           some of these web sites include: CoolWorks.com, Campjobs.com,
           Lifeguardingjobs.com, and Summerjobs.com.
     *     Become an Instructor -- Outdoor facilities are always looking for
           people to teach children how to swim, play tennis, baseball and any
           other type of sport.
      *    Work the entire summer -- some jobs will give you a bonus if you
           sign an agreement at the beginning of the season that says you will
           work through Labor Day.
      *    Put together a resume -- some employers do not request it, but if
           one does at least you'll be ready to apply for the job.
     *     Get a job located near your home or school -- beyond the convenience
           -- there may be the opportunity for year round employment.
     *     Get a job in the Aquatics Industry -- most of these jobs require
           certifications but they are in high demand, especially during the
           summers when most swimming pools, beaches, camps and water parks are
           open for business.
     *     Go into business for yourself -- painting, mowing lawns, and
           walking dogs are all good options -- and you can make your own
           schedule.
     *     Become an Intern -- Most internships don't pay but you'll get an
           opportunity to check out possible careers.
     *     Rule out Vacations -- employers hate when summer employees leave
           early for family vacations -- plan them after the job is done.
 
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