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Lenin Pina
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Teens 15 year and older, retirees, or anyone looking to supplement their income are all good candidates for employment during the Kings Island 2020 Season in Mason, OH.

Apply online at https://jobs.cedarfair.com today!

Job options include:

  • Admissions
  • Call Center
  • Entertainment
  • Food and Beverage
  • Guest services
  • Lifeguards
  • Rides and more!

Apply online at or text FUN to 97211

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Malcolm Ogden
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When I was younger I had a summer job cooking breakfast at a local restaurant. One year I had to work on the 4th of July, which was always SUPER busy. The other cook and I decided to try out a new special, red white and blue pancakes - strawberry and blueberry pancakes with whipped cream. We thought it would be a fun festive idea, but then we got ten orders in a span of four minutes!

We had to figure out how to cook 30 pancakes (there were three in an order) on our grill. It was super stressful, but our boss came in and played music to relax us. Eventually we got all the pancakes out, but it was a crazy 4th of July I definitely won’t forget!

Does anyone else have a crazy 4th of July work story?

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Lenin Pina
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The Memphis Redbirds are hiring fo the upcoming 2019 upcoming baseball and soccer seasons. Hiring events will take place on Jan. 10, Jan. 12, and Jan. 21 at the Club Level at AutoZone Park, at 200 Union Ave, Memphis, TN 38103.

Job openings include:

  • Box office ticket sellers
  • Ushers
  • Usher supervisors
  • Promotional team members,
  • Field crew
  • Bat boys and girls
  • Video replay operators
  • Camera operators

Job Fair Details:

  • Thursday, Jan. 10 from 4-7 p.m.
  • Saturday, Jan. 12 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Monday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m.-noon

All applicants must be at least 18 years old and pass a background check and drug screening.

https://www.milb.com

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Marcus Jordan
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Are you a Chicago youth (ages 14-24) looking for your first job or summer job opportunity? Then you need to check out the majors #ChicagoBility and One Summer Chicago Youth Work Program.

City of Chicago will begin accepting applications for the more than 30,000 jobs and internships this year. The application is available NOW - May 21 so don't delay.

http://www.onesummerchicago.org/SummerJobs/

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Maddie A
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#teensummerjobs #teenjobs #tips #jobsearch #gethired #advice #summerjobs #jobready

TEENS: looking for a summer job? We got the scoop on how to beat the heat & land a gig at Ben & Jerry’s. Check it out!

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Wells Furmansky
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I am 14 years old and would like a summer job. What jobs are available for teens my age?

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Maddie A
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#teensummerjobs #teenjobs #teens #jobsearch #tips #summerjobs #references

Friday’s #teensummerjobs post was about how to make sure you have all the info you need to start applying for summer jobs – catch up here.

If you’re looking for work this summer, you’re probably going to be asked to supply a few references.

A reference is someone who knows your personality, your strengths, and your weaknesses. It could be someone you worked for or worked with, your big brother/big sister mentor (or mentee), your math teacher, coach, teammates or a violin instructor...you get the idea. Basically, references are people who know YOU.

Keep your references as professional as possible, though: don’t use your next-door neighbor (unless you’ve helped them out before, maybe with babysitting or dog walking), your best friend’s mom, or your cousin’s friend’s roommate's brother’s girlfriend.

So, who should (and shouldn’t) you list as a reference?

Good References: • Teachers and tutors • Anyone who oversaw or worked with you in a volunteering program • Group members (from a school project, for example, but only if the outcome was great!) • Advisors or counselors • Former or current supervisors or coworkers

Not-So-Good References: • Family (parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.) • Friends (BFFs included) • People you haven’t worked or interacted with before

Before you use someone as a reference, reach out to each one and ask if they're okay with you listing them. Once you have their permission, get their contact info (phone number and email) and make sure they are okay with being contacted. This is a great way to give them a heads up and time to think about all the glowing things to say about you.

Jobcasers who have “been there, done that” have a lot of good advice and expertise to offer about references. Check out what they’re saying: • TimEmilyJulie

As always, chime into the discussion! Jobcasers make the case for Jobcase.

Keep a look out for more #teensummerjobs updates throughout the month.

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Maddie A
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This is the second piece in our #teensummerjobs series – yesterday we looked at why it’s important to start the summer job search early. Check it out.

If you’re a teen and planning on working this summer, don’t just firehose out job applications! Every company has different requirements, so it’s important to make sure you have the information needed to fill out the application and that it ends up in the right place.

Be prepared! Here’s a checklist: • Do you need to provide a resume? • Does the company ask for references? • Can you apply online, or do you need to apply in-person? • Know your availability: number of hours/week, what days of the week, and whether or not you can work mornings, afternoons, and nights • If you’re under 18, click here to read up on working-age requirements by state.

Most companies use online applications, but there are quite a few that require you to apply in-person, in-store. The Home Depot requires you to apply in-store at a career center kiosk. But The Gap’s application process is completely online, as is Starbucks’ for barista positions. Nannying and babysitting jobs are usually online, too.

The bottom line: whatever position you’re trying to land, get all your ducks in a row and research what’s required before applying. All it takes is a quick company search to ensure you’re on the right track and that your application will land in the right place.

And then, once you know what’s required, by all means, crank that application-firehouse.

Monday’s #teensummerjobs post will be all about who you should (and shouldn’t) list as a job reference on your applications – make sure to check it out!

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Maddie A
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#teensummerjobs

Yes, winter is here, but hiring for summer jobs starts now.

Dive right in and start looking for opportunities – many employers who hire for the summer have already started looking, and they’re usually all staffed up by March.

How to start

A good way to kick off the job search is to have an idea of positions that interest you. Industries that rely heavily on summer workers include:

  • Food Service (barista, food prep, waiters, hosting, bussing)
  • Retail (sales associates, cashiers, stocking, inventory)
  • Outdoor work (farm hand, animal care, crop oversight, greenhouse maintenance)
  • Stock clerks and order fulfillment
  • Childcare work (babysitting, camp counselor, tutoring)
  • Domestic (dog walking, personal assistant)
  • Recreational (theme parks, resorts, lifeguarding, swim lessons)

Our community of Jobcasers have great insights and tips about the teen summer job search! Check out what these members are saying and jump into the discussion: Nicole Christina Marcus

Bottom line: get ahead of the game and start job searching now...your summer self will thank you.

Check back tomorrow for the next piece in our #teensummerjobs series: how to make sure your applications and resumes end up in the right place.

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Sophia Pascual
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Looking for a Job over The Summer

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