Summer Jobs for Teens

//Summer Jobs for Teens

Summer Jobs for Teens

Show me the money! Teenagers have a big list of things they want. How do we get what we want? We have to work for it. If you want to make some money this summer it’s time to get a job. My first job was delivering a local newspaper. After that I got into telemarketing. Additionally, I did some babysitting to earn extra money. My dad used to offer me $20 to more the lawn too. Then, an additional $10 for edging. After you get a job the biggest challenge is learning how to manage your money, but that discussion is for another time. What kind of jobs are open to teens? Most companies require you to be at least 16 years of age, but there are options for those under 16 too. Click here for a list of Florida companies who hire teens.

Need help making a plan? Need help finding a job, or putting together your resume and cover letter? Need help networking and getting in contact with businesses? Contact Student Futures today to find out how academic coaching can help you achieve your goals and dreams. We want to help you succeed!

Job For Teens:

1. Babysitting

2. Lawn care

3. Fast food restaurants

4. Clothing store

5. Department stores

6. Grocery stores

7. Sporting goods retailer stores

8. Automotive service shops

9. Lifeguard

10. Movie theater

11. Summer camps

12. Amusement parks

13. Pet sitting/ dog walker

14. Golf course worker

15. Car wash

Keep smiling and reaching for the stars!

 

By | 2015-05-05T13:28:30+00:00 June 12th, 2014|Misc|0 Comments

About the Author:

Melanie Black is a trained Academic Life Coach and mindfulness educator. She is passionate about helping others and learning all she can in the process. With ten years of experience in the field of education, she is determined to help students succeed in school and life. `` One of my goals is to continue to be a humanitarian who helps our local community. I am passionate about my relentless pursuit of knowledge and desire to help others.``

Leave A Comment

It's never too early to help a teen prepare for college!

Do you know a teen who could use your support? Do you wish you had access to the tools that can actually help you help them? Students are under a tremendous amount of pressure in this age of standardized testing. With the rising cost of higher education, they need all the help they can get in order to make every college semester count!

Arm yourself with tips, techniques, and strategies that you can use to give your favorite student the help they need.

As a subscriber, not only do you get regular newsletters with a wealth of information you can use to help your teen, but for a limited time, new subscribers get a free download link for my e-book
ARE TEENS MENTALLY PREPARED FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY?

  • Improve test scores by managing stress
  • Get more learning out of less study time
  • Stay organized, be effective, get results
  • Be an empowered student!