Where can I find a summer job in Montreal?
Hi! I’m 14 years old and I want to find a summer job im montreal. I speak french and english. I WANT to earn about 1300$ but I NEED about 500$. So, where can I fing a summer job in Montreal? Or, what can I do to earn the money?
Try the parks department. They have a variety of jobs for summer.
What questions will they ask me for this summer employment program interview?
I applied for this program that helps youths find summer jobs. I’m getting an interview tomorrow and i have no idea what questions will be asked.
This is my first interview and i’m desperate to be accepted into this program so i want to do my best for the interview!
(This is a group interview).
I’m guessing there’s going to be “Why do you want to be a part of this program?”
What else might they ask?
What do you hope to get out of it?
What do you consider to be your strengths?
What do you consider to be your weaknesses?
Do you have your own transport? How will you get there?
How do you think the summer employment program will enhance your resume and career?
With the aid of diagrams please show me what you hope to do over the summer
Where can I find a summer job in Ireland?
I’ll be working under a BUNAC permit.
And yes, I’m fully aware that it is now September. Just thinking ahead.
There is 450.000 people out of work at the moment and your looking for a job i think the answer is you wont find one
I’m having a difficult time finding a job this summer, Any suggestions to me?
Well heres a suggestion…If you live near a university or college, call them and ask if they have summer camps like Upward Bound Program or Gifted, Talented students and see if they would hire for a mentor in the summer. If they do hire you, you get free room and board on campus, free meals, all the time in the world to do nothing, and you even get a nice check at the end of 6 weeks. Just a suggestion though.
What if I can’t find a summer job?
I’m a first-year university student studying mathematics. The studying itself isn’t too stressful, but instead I’m absolutely terrified of the prospect of finding a job during the summer months.
Ultimately, I’ve never had a paid job before. However, I’m doing my best to improve my employability in the meantime – alongside studies I volunteer at a local charity shop for 11-12 hours a week (experience + a good reference), and I’ve recently passed my driving test, which is helpful because it means there are more jobs I can apply for. My plan is to print off a ridiculous amount of CVs, then during the Easter break (basically all of April) hand them out anywhere and everywhere.
However, even with good grades and volunteer work, that might not be enough to obtain a job during the summer, given how tough the market can be, and the idea of not having a summer job is almost too horrible for me to contemplate.
So what do I do if I fail in finding a job? Of course, I could always volunteer at another charity shop during those months (unlike employers, they always seem to want extra help), but I’d ideally want to be earning some money alongside the experience.
‘…You can give private tutoring to people that need Math help or you
can try getting in work study in your school.’
Good advice but if the asker wants to get paid, this would class as self-employment and he would need to refer to places or websites like hmrc and businesslink in regards to that for more information.
Recent graduate Cindy Longwani says ‘…Many graduates are suffering as a result and doing jobs that school leavers would do on summer breaks…I started looking for graduate scheme jobs…I would get response and even invited to interviews but would not be successful…determining that God will remember my sacrifice…Today I work as an internal auditor in John Lewis head office Corporate Credit Audit department ‘ =
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