"I have not worked at Grant, but it is a great store; a lot of the staff return for more than one season. With an RV, you have control of your space during your after work time and you can opt to participate in the meal plan. I strongly…"
For this chat we'll focus on what it's like to be a first timer in a seasonal job. What should you expect? What things can you do to help you succeed at your new job? We've all been there one way or another. Come share your stories. Bring your questions. We'll ease your nerves.9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 7pm Mountain / 6pm Pacific / 5pm Alaska / 4pm HawaiiSee More
This week we'll talk about how to have a good time at your summer job without spending all of your take home pay.Join the chat on our home page or via the Chat link.9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 7pm Mountain / 6pm Pacific / 5pm Alaska / 4pm HawaiiSee More
We're going to have our first chat about packing in preparation for the 2012 summer job season. Share your wants, your needs, your wishes, and we can discuss the realities of space in your new dorm room, your car, baggage fees, etc.Join us Monday, February 6th at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 7pm Mountain / 6pm Pacific / 5pm Alaska / 4pm Hawai'iSee More
"Very good advice from someone who obviously has walked the walk! I am doing seasonal work in Yellowstone this summer for the first time. I'm a recently retired teacher and I have an interest in working in Alaska at some point if…"
"Mark, Sounds like you're searching every avenue. I don't know if the average person (retired school teachers included) can ever quit working in this economy. I'm retired from teaching but certainly not debt free after getting three…"
"The way I see it is you can probably find a job close to home making what you'll make doing seasonal work. The difference is that seasonal work has great locations if your a nature lover. Too many people it's worth the trade off. To others…"
"Excellent, I recently retired from school teaching and am gonna work in Yellowstone this summer with DNC. First seasonal job. I had a fifth wheel at the time I was hired and had an RV spot at Grant Village. As luck would have it a couple made…"
"Carol, I have a question. A friend of mine has applied in Yellowstone and they came back with a EDR offer (not what they applied for). As far as hours and stuff like that could you give me an idea what they should expect. My e-mail is…"
"Good idea on getting thru a little early. It's a ways out there. I think there will a lot of time in Yellowstone to see stuff. With the 2 day off schedule and then at least some evenings and some mornings (depending on what schedule we're…"
"Negative on the skiing. Been to Snowshoe for a GNCC (Grand Natl Cross Country) race in the summer. Nice place! You need to make sure it's cooled off before you go to Savannah. It can be humid down there but a neat place to visit. The…"
"I'm from near Athens, Ga. We ride our 4-wheelers alot of different places in Ga, NC, Tn, Eastern Kentucky and also WV. We went to the Hatfield-McCoys Trails about 2 years ago. All around its the best place we've ever ridden. The…"
I have not worked at Grant, but it is a great store; a lot of the staff return for more than one season. With an RV, you have control of your space during your after work time and you can opt to participate in the meal plan. I strongly suggest you do this; otherwise, you are going to be driving to Jackson or Cody for groceries. Grant is a fabulous location...you can't go wrong being there!