Articles for tag: Cedar Fair, Muskegon, Seasonal Jobs, Summer Employment

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Summer and Seasonal Jobs in the Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan Area

With summer comes opportunities for fun and exciting seasonal jobs. This is especially true in cold states like Michigan. Many Michiganders hibernate for the winter and come out in the spring/summer to enjoy activities such as boating, fishing, skateboarding, golfing or just lying around on the beach. If you are looking for a job opportunity ...

How to Get a Teen Work Permit

For many teens getting a summer job is a great opportunity to expand their horizons and acquire valuable experience while earning good money during school break. Normally, during summer there are a lot of great jobs available but it is absolutely required that teens under 18 are aware of the federal guidelines and government laws ...

Best Outdoor Summer Jobs

The best outdoor summer jobs are the ones that put you in a location and situation that you enjoy, that makes you want to go to work. Jobs in the forestry sector as fire signallers, sitting atop high towers in State and Federal Parks, watching for fires and helping lost people. Jobs in the service ...

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Finding a Nanny for the Summer

For many families a nanny for the summer is important. Between school finishing and part-time child-care, many parents need that help during the long summer days. The summer months are times when college students, teachers and teacher’s aides are available to help fill that time gap for parents. Here are some tips on finding a ...

The Best Summer Jobs for Students in Baltimore

With a population of almost 2.7 million and numerous colleges and universities, many high school and college students will be looking for a job this summer in the Baltimore area. Luckily, there are lots of summer job opportunities for students in Baltimore and the surrounding areas, and some are actually quite fun. Here’s a look ...

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Campbell University Law School Review

Campbell University, located in Buies Creek, North Carolina, is tucked away in the cotton fields of Central North Carolina, about 45 minutes outside of Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1976, the law school admitted 97 students as their charter class. Since then, Campbell has built upon the excellence and tradition started three decades ago. Today, the ...