|Go on, get that money! ;)|
2. Survey sites - If you don't want to get out of the house to work, spend many hours a day on survey sites! You won't make as much money compared to a real job, but you can still earn some spending money (check out my review on Opinion Outpost here and a list of my favorite sites here).
4. Movie theater - Working at a movie theater could be so much fun (plus free popcorn!). I totally recommend working here!
5. Golf course - If you have a private golf course near you, you can totally earn bank on tips! Whether you work the golf carts or are a waitress at the bar, this would be a great job for the summer months!
6. Camp counselor - I will be working this summer as a camp counselor, and I am super excited! You can either work at a local camp put on by your church, Salvation Army, etc. OR you can go to sleep away camp just like you did as a little kid.
7. Internships - If you are a college student, I recommend searching for internships in companies within your field of study. Experience is amazing for your resume, so I would suggest at least considering this before you find a summer job!
8. Non-profit work/volunteering - If you work a job during the school year (like me), taking a much needed break over the summer is totally okay! To still build up that resume, I would suggest volunteering or doing some non-profit work to help your community, church, or people in need. :)
|Can someone please just put this in their resume? :P|