im a recent college graduate, looking for something new.. getting tired of doing the same thing everyday and looking to challenge myself to break out of my comfort zone.. just a bit!
I applied on Mackinac Island and am thinking about Martha's Vineyard also! Check out my blog! akelley.tumblr.com
Sorry, I totally missed your comment. I guess I don't check my own page enough. There aren't many seasonal jobs where I live at but I know I saw some listed on craigslist for the outer banks (totally awesome place btw) a few months ago and I have no doubt that there is some seasonal work in the mountains as well.
If you are seeking work on Cape Cod, decide what town you wish to work in and then go to that chamber of commerce's web site. Some chambers post openings on the site. Others list the employers/businesses in that area. Then start calling or emailing the businesses. Be sure to include your resume and any references you might have. If you live here, it helps to tell the potential employer that you already have housing. I'm sure you will find a job that is right for you this summer.
Before I can adequately answer your question, I need to know a little more information. What is your background? What type of work are you seeking? Where are you now? Are you on any type of visa? Thanks. Mama Visa
There are many ways... I live in a winter community at a hostel for 280.00 a month all-inclusive and do temp work.
You can do a winter seasonal at a ski resort or Florida.
You could go to Thailand, Costa Rica or any other number of places and live very cheaply.
Visit family in the off-season.
Take some college courses.
I have done all of the above in some form... one is only limited by their imagination. So imagine... and then do :)
Good luck with your job hunt. As far as your requirements:) The Red Mill is part of the property. Some cell phone providers worked better than others, but you'll find that whenever you move. What type of job are you looking for?
Mackinac is a fun place. It's really cold in May and June! Both the island and the mainland are pretty small so you have to be able to entertain yourself or have a car. But there are plenty of things going on. All the employees seemed really nice - must be that Midwest thing.
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