Summer and Seasonal Jobs for Teens
If you have not done so already, please read A Guide for Teens: How to Find a Summer Job, loaded with great tips and resources to help teens find good summer jobs.
Summer Job Resources:
- Cool Works — currently listing more than 75,000 job openings at national parks, amusement parks, resorts, camps, ranches, and other “cool” places.
- GetThatGig.com — where young job-seekers (16-21) can find cool summer jobs and internships, as well as learn about extraordinary career paths in all types of industries. Search for jobs or post your resume. Free to job-seekers.
- JobStar’s Summer Jobs on the Web — a great collection of Web resources for high school and college students looking for summer jobs � both in California as well as nationally.
- ResortJobs.com — where you can go and search for jobs by location or keywords and post your resume for employers to view.
- Snag A Job — a job site for high school and college students looking for part-time, seasonal, or summer jobs. Search for a job by type of job or by location, and than apply online. Free to job-seekers.
- SummerJobs.com — where you can go and search for jobs by location or keywords and post your resume for employers to view.
Camp job sites:
- CampJobs.com — where you can search by position you are seeking or location
- CampStaff – a searchable directory of summer camp jobs, including automated matching email service.
- Great Summer Jobs — all about working at a summer camp.
- Mysummers.com — a great resource for high school grads and college students looking for summer camp jobs. Job-seekers complete an application, which is then emailed directly to all the camps that subscribe (100+) to the site’s service.
Other teen job resources:
- Job and Career Resources for Teenagers
- Job Ideas for Teens 15 and Younger: Beyond Babysitting
- Florida Teens: The Possibilities Seems Endless After High School
Other seasonal job resources: