10 Great Summer Jobs for College Students Once that last college class is finally complete, many students pack up and head for home to enjoy their summer vacation. Summer is a time to hang out with friends and wind down but also to find summer wo
May 22, 2014 (Newswire.com) - 10 Great Summer Jobs for College Students
Once that last college class is finally complete, many students pack up and head for home to enjoy their summer vacation. Summer is a time to hang out with friends and wind down but many students also have a huge need to find summer work. Whether they are trying to earn money for tuition, living expenses or simple spending money, many students need to make some significant money during the summer and have a short amount of time to do so. Luckily, there are a plethora of temporary and seasonal jobs out there which are tailor made for college students. The following list will give college students a starting point for help fill their coffers to help pay for college and fund their summer!
Be sure to check for summer work at your local moving company. Moving is a physical job that is ideal for the athletic type and movers can get a daily workout in while earning a good wage and the tips can be excellent! Imagine that, getting paid to work out! Jerome Marsh, Operations Manager at Two Men And A Truck in Cincinnati, OH explains that they have a huge need for summer help and he leans heavily on summer college students to help them through the busy season. Jerome stated that Two Men And A Truck has also hired several of their summer college movers as entry level managers once completing their degree.
A waiter or waitressing job is an excellent way to make quick money and meet some very interesting people. Restaurants with outdoor eating areas as well as those that are just opening for the season typically need extra staff to help with all the extra tables. Already have serving experience? Make sure you stop by the higher end establishments; if they need summer help the tips tend to be much better than at most averaged price restaurants.
If an indoor job is for you, the local mall can be a great place to work. Mall jobs are typically performing basic customer service functions and you can get a nice discount at most retailers
If you enjoy the outdoors and like to get hot, landscaping is a great fit. Most landscaping companies take on extra help for the summer season and they have a variety of jobs to make things interesting.
Pizza shops do an obscene amount of business, especially through the summer months. Securing employment as a delivery driver or in a kitchen is often very easy.
If you have lifeguard certification, you can work pool or beachside for the summer! Working as a lifeguard is a service job that can be very enjoyable. It can be a blast to spend the summer on the beach or by a pool, however, this takes a very responsible person.
If you enjoy working outdoors and socializing with a wide variety of people, caddying can be great summer employment. Stop by your local golf club and inquire about being a caddy. Babysitter
Most families are willing to pay more for a college student who babysits than a high schooler. There are tons of working parents who lean heavily on summer babysitters to help them through their summer childcare needs. Touch base with your friends parents, your aunts and your mom, chances are they know a few people who need a quality babysitter.
Amusement parks and water parks rely very heavily on college students to meet their staffing needs. Amusement parks are typically a very fun and happy environment to work, and you get to ride for free!
Ice Cream Stand
Ice cream stands are crazy busy during the summer months. College students can very often find summer jobs serving up chocolate dipped cones. It is an awesome place to stay cool and earn some summer dollars.