Summer Job Resource List
JobMonkey is definitely as good a place to learn about summer job opportunities as you’ll find anywhere. Be sure to search jobs on this website and to read through the many different free JobMonkey content sections.
In every section, you’ll be able to find links to relevant associations, which often have industry-specific summer job boards.
In addition to the summer jobs listed by employers in our Job Center be sure to click on the Featured Employer banners on the JobMonkey home page in the right side column. Thes employers typically have the highest number of summer job openings. They would love to hear from you!
Our Summer Jobs Links and Resources page is designed to help you zero in on job board you might not find on your own. Many of the links below are also found in the many different content sections on JobMonkey, but some were pulled together just for this page. Consider bookmarking this page as well as those resources that you find most useful given your personal job interests.
Alaska Summer Jobs
Alaska Job Center and Seafood and Fishing Jobs information
Anchorage Daily News – Classifieds
American Camp Association – ACA
The Dude Ranchers Association
Colorado Dude and Guest Ranch Association
The Arizona Dude Ranch Association
Wyoming Dude and Guest Ranch Association
Montana Dude Ranch Association
U.S. Government – Outdoor Jobs
National Park Service – NPS Jobs
National Forest Service – USDA Jobs
U.S. Government – Other Jobs
Tour Guide Jobs
World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations – WFTGA
Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington, D.C.
Arizona Guides Association – AGA
Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association – IOGA
Kenai River Professional Guide Association – KRPGA
Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association – GCROA
Training – International Tour Management Institute
Theme Park Jobs
International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions – IAAPA
California Attractions and Parks Association – CAPA
Florida Attractions Association – FAA
If you’re a college student, the first place to look is your career center. Start looking in late-fall and January.
Most large companies have a careers page on their website. Look for that link, then for a “college recruiting” or internships link.
Foreign Workers – Visas for U.S. Jobs
Canada – Working Temporarily in Canada
U.S. – Working in the U.S.
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