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places hiring for the rest of the winter season...
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Shannon Feb 10, 2009.

 

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wanderer.
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filmmaker

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At 6:24pm on February 6, 2009, akscootr said…
Thanks for the info... I definitely will be hitting Bar Harbor up. I plan on it next summer... Have you been to Rupununi's? I have heard they are a good spot to work. Any other local yet busy spots I should consider in Bar Harbor? Thanks again... :)
At 6:11pm on February 5, 2009, akscootr said…
I worked @ Canyon in '99 and will be serving @ Old Faithful this summer. I'm not young, but not so old I want to be with the "dead" crowd either. Any housing in between, preferably by the major housing area? Re mass... what mom/pop spots in Cape and Nantucket would be good $$$ but more to the chill side? And Acadia...have you worked there? I would love a list of towns and busy mom/pop spots to work at. I am a server and bartender by trade... Thanks for the info. Akscootr
At 7:22pm on January 31, 2009, johnnyjohn said…
i worked at yellowstone last yr? are u working this yr?

email me any questions if u wish betmer12@aol.com
At 7:21pm on January 31, 2009, johnnyjohn said…
thanks,i looked at acadia but no bellman jobs
At 3:45pm on May 16, 2008, Elizabeth Grimmond said…
You can expect to be busy! The Inn dining room is huge with lots of people working every shift. The geyser will rule the rythm of your workday. The Inn is gorgeous, though; if you're going to work in Yellowstone you must do a summer at OFI, if only for its history and mind-blowing architecture. You'll love it. The dorms vary. I don't know how old you are but a lot of younger employees end up in Laurel, which has shared bathrooms down the hall. The nicest dorm is Larkspur, which is much quieter, usually for older or returning employees; you and your roomate would have your own BR there. I think the same is true of both Bitterroot and Lupine--at most you would share one bathroom with one other room of two girls. All the dorms are pretty decent, I think, except Laurel, which is a hole, but the young, social, party-hard crowd seems to thrive there. I'm working at Yellowstone Lake this summer but the Inn was my first YNP experience--it's a pretty special place, geologically speaking there's nowhere like it in the world. Good luck and let me know if I can answer any more questions for you.
 
 
 

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