How can I find a summer job in Montreal?
I am a teacher so I have this summer off. I really want to do somthing different, but I’m willing to do anyting (almost Ideas are retail, tour guide, or something really unusual. I’m open! I’d prefer not to teach but the job has to support living there during the summer (another challenge).
Look for www.emploiquebec.net for students jobs and other kind of temporary jobs : retails stores, convenients stores hires people for temporarty, part times, full time or summer times. Usually around minimum wage (7.50$) or a little more. Teaching summer courses should be a lot more convenient and well paid, but I don’t know how you can get there, but you can try to call some colleges to ask : like Cégep de Saint-Laurent 514.747.6521 or University Concordia 514.848.2424 for instance.
If you’re out of Canada, get info about your obligations to get a permit for working here. Http://www.easyexpat.com/montreal_en/job_jobs.htm give some good advices for it and other jobs’ ideas.
Any tips for finding a summer job?
Hey So I am finishing school in a few weeks (June 27th, well, months, but to me it seems closer lol) and seeing as I am finishing my GCSEs I thought this summer would be the perfect opportunity to get some work experience and earn a bit of money.
I was thinking of applying for a job in my nearest shopping centre? I was wondering if you had any advice as to what companies to avoid, how I go about giving my CV in etc etc. I was also thinking of applying at the Apple Store? Would this be a problem at all?
Thanks in advanced x
You can find summer jobs using internet, there are lot of summer jobs available on net.
Where can I find a summer job in Scotland?
I’ve tried multiple searches on Google but to no luck – I’m not sure where to begin. I’m looking for any job that will pay my stay for the summer and I have no particular field that I need to work in. Any help searching would be appreciated!!
p.s. Is there a Craigslist for Scotland?
Bryanna, what nationality are you? Have you looked into whether or not you need a work permit before you arrive here, because if you are not a citizen of the European Economic Area, or cannot get the Ancestry visa you will not be able to work here legally without the work permit…
The rules and regulations can be found here…
If you are not a citizen of the EEA and are intending to stay here for a few months then you will have to prove to our immigration that you have the funds to support yourself whilst you are here. It’s not a problem if you are a citizen as you can just turn up and find a place to live and a job.
However, if you are eligible to come here to work then you could try the job centre plus as the majority of jobs are advertised there…
Would the guidance consellors at my school help me with finding a summer job?
It’s the end of June already and i’m scared that it’s too late for me to apply to most places for summer jobs. I applied for a summer youth jobs program, but my application got rejected so i’m jobless right now.
I’m desperate for a summer job, but i have NO volunteer/work experience…with nothing to put on my resume and i’ve never done an interview.
I want to talk to a guidance consellor at my highschool about applying for summer jobs. But i’m wondering, would they be able to help me out?
I’m 15 by the way.
Perfect place to go.
What should I do this summer if I don’t find a summer job?
I will be 17 years old in June and I will be graduating from high school. I have been looking for a job since April and no one has called me yet. So I need to continue applying at stores.
but what should I do this Summer if I don’t find a job??
Have you been submitting a cover letter with every resume? Look at job postings on websites like kijiji.ca
I think you may be able to find something
Work at a camp
do some courses perhaps?
Do a language immersion program (that’s what I did after grade 12 – was an amazing experience – for FREE, paid for by my govt b/c we are a bilingual country)
maybe u could ask your guidance counsellor about possibilities
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