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Summer Job Sites

Summer Job and Summer Camp Listings

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Start your summer job search by visiting the sites that focus on summer jobs. Here are the top job sites for summer plus tips for searching them.

Summer Job Search Tips
Summer job search tips for teens, high school students, college students, teachers, and others seeking summer jobs.

Summer Job Sites

Cool Works
Jobs at camps, amusement parks, state parks, resorts and other cool places to work. Review openings by category or state.

SnagAJob.com
One of the largest sites for finding summer jobs and part-time jobs. 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.

SummerJobs.com
Search for summer jobs by keyword and location.

Summer Camp Jobs

Summer Camp Jobs
Summer camp job search tips, including where to look for summer camp jobs and how to find a summer camp job.

More Summer Job Listings

Job Search Engines
Use the job search engines to search the top job banks, company sites, and online newspapers. Search by "summer" as a keyword and they location where you want to work.

Part-Time Jobs
The sites that focus on part-time jobs often have a good selection of opportunities for teenagers, so check them too.

Job Banks
Search Monster, CareerBuilder and the other major job databases and job search engines by keyword - use "summer" or "summer camp" and location.

More Summer Job Resources

The retail and the hospitality industries often hire for summer jobs. Not all of these types of employers post online, so check with the stores or restaurants in your town to see if they have openings.

Don't forget to check the local jobs sites for your city or state, as well as the local Chamber of Commerce web site, and the Help Wanted ads in your newspaper.

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