10 Places to Find a Summer Job in Fenton
It's about time to secure a paycheck for the season, so check our list.
When you think of seasonal employment, the usual suspects come to mind: lifeguarding, landscaping and freeloading.
The following list includes positions specific to Fenton area, but not the hundreds of openings for babysitting and camp counselors in the surrounding area.
Many employers need help for the summer, so here's a list of 10 jobs to keep your summer productive and well-funded:
1. YMCA Camp Ohiyesa in Holly is looking for counselors, lifeguards and more. For a full list of job openings and details look here.
2. Camp Copneconic is searching for program instructors to teach outdoor education classes. Instructors work 10 days every 14 days at a pay rate of $296 week and also have the option to live on-site.
3. Bordine's Nursery: Do you have a green thumb? The Grand Blanc location has seeking seasonal employees, all you need to do is apply here.
Tasks including but not limited to: loading/unloading plant material, potting, cuttings, maintain all greenhouse production areas and more. Position may require 6-day work weeks and a combination of day and evening shifts. Weekends are required of all employees.
4. Nanny: Many parents who work full time need someone to watch their kids when they are out of school. There are plenty of nanny positions available; this site lists a few of them.
5. Pizza: Most pizza places hire delivery drivers and other workers for the summer, including Pizza Hut. They are looking for servers, team workers and managers. For details on applying for these positions, click here.
7. Retail: The Fenton Target has postings for positions including front end, sales floor, grocery and food. Click here to apply.
8. Landscaping: Shoemaker Services often has jobs open up that includes landscape laborers. Click here for more details.
9. For seasonal camp employment opportunities, you can stop by the Southern Lakes Parks and Recreation office at 150 S. Leroy Street inside the Fenton Community and Cultural Center and fill out an application.
10. Intern: Internships are normally unpaid and part time, so they can be performed in addition to seasonal employment (plus look great on your resume!). All of the major job websites (Monster, Career Builder, etc.) have internships listed, but it's worth checking the career services center at your institution to see if they have any inside leads.