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Summer Jobs for Students in Burlington
When it comes to finding a job for the summer, you'll want to start looking as soon as spring starts or even sooner. In Burlington, many summer job venues such as camps and swim clubs hire students from prior years, so you'll want to ready your application early.
Steven Bernstein, camp director of Diamond Ridge Camps, recommends that when applying for a job, you should be on time, bringing a copy of your resume, and a list of references. Also, do research on the camp prior to the interview, as is with other job interviews.
At Newtown Swim Club, owner Gerri Platt needs her student workers to know their summer schedule in advance. Students should state when their family vacation will be so that they can work the necessary hours. Every summer, the owner hires lifeguards, maintenance staff, and front desk and snack bar workers. The compensation average is $7.25 per hour. The owner said she also hires water safety instructors for swim lessons. Platt advises that you must stand out on your own, meaning, you should not bring friends or family members when you apply or for job interview.
At Sesame Place, lifeguards are in high demand. Dawn Reidenbach, vice president of the human resources department, said that the company puts students through the training required for lifeguards because these workers are so vital in the entertainment park.
Burlington offers a wide range of outdoor jobs aside from the jobs mentioned above. For students who want to make something out of their summer vacation, looking for a job could be a good decision.