It is the summer of 2012 -- well, almost and you are looking forward to a job with a paycheck. One of the best ways is to visit the company website and seek out the online job application, complete it, and then visit the local store. It is a hunt so be prepared for it to take a while and grateful when it does not. Another good search technique is to visit job search engines and use "summer" or "intern" as part of the search terms. That said, there are some great websites ready to lead the way to summer opportunities.
Founders Park Pool
Finding the Founders Park Pool application is a little tricky.
- First, click here: https://apps2.winocular.com/DrippingSprings/jobs/Jobpost.exe?Action=page1&ini=jobs&Type=Postings
- Then navigate though these categories: Para/Support > Community Education
- Select the position you would like to apply for.
- Scroll to the bottom of the job posting and click: "To Apply, Click Here".
- Good Luck!
Snag a Job
Snag a Job is the largest and one of the best sites for finding part-time jobs and internships. Search by type of job, location and zip code to generate a list of jobs. Job seekers can fill out an online profile and also apply online.
Cool Works is about you finding a seasonal job or career in some of the greatest places on Earth. Get a summer job in Yellowstone, Yosemite, or another national park.
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