"Since seasonal jobs are short-term, the lack of long-term jobs on your resume shouldn't be a problem at all. I've never stayed at a job consecutively for longer than nine months, and that never seems to bother seasonal employers. It's…"
"Unless it's changed since the 2011-2012 season, Winter Park Resort has single rooms for some employees at the hotel across the street, but since it's hotel style there are no cooking facilities, and there is no meal plan. I think they cost…"
"I worked there for 2 seasons-winter 2012/13 and summer 2013. The local restaurants are a bit tough, but not impossible at all to get into if you have some experience. Otherwise the resort will be hiring all the time! it's a…"
"You should tell your parents how you feel about it. To me it sounds like you should leave school for now, you can always go back later (or not), but yeah if they've been paying for your school it might not be fair to them. Maybe you can pay…"
"Hi! I think it's way, way harder to find this type of work with employee housing if you're under eighteen, but it is possible. I worked at a dude ranch in Colorado several years ago where there was a high school girl who worked there and…"
"Unfortunately it's hard to find summer housing in Anchorage, but if you do find a place that will let you do a short-term lease, it is easy to find roommates. I shared a place like that with several of my coworkers (train workers, tour…"
"I'd say you can but it depends on what type of job you do and also your expenses. Once I started bartending I was able to save money without trying. Before that I did two seasonal jobs as a cashier and one as an office person at a dude ranch…"
"Ask in the interview if you will get a lot of opportunities to ride. I think at some places you can ride anytime you're not working, but at other places you can only go along on trail rides with guests. I worked in the office of a dude ranch…"
Thanks, I was thinking of being on board manager, however, am a qualified bartender and server. While tips are great there just seems to be more security as a manager and a few more perks. I guess specifically my questions were about how the company treats its people, if there was as much work as the hours they stated one would be working (which seemed kinda harsh!), and how housing worked out for you. Anyway, whatever you could tell me would be great. Thanks!
hey, so u heading to alaska this summer? Also quick fact about flagg ranch, i dont recommend working for them. No cellphone coverage. You dont get hired for a specific position. Thats what ive heard from other friends.