Summer Jobs

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  • The web site links at the bottom of the page are great places to search for summer or full-time jobs in great places.

Summer Job Search

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Education / Childcare / Nanny

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fold faq Garden help

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Someone who enjoys cleaning up a garden and readying for summer. Picking weeds is most of the job description It should just take 1/2 day if working consistently.
  • DUTIES:Clear all weeds and branches from garden area.Make it look nice for summer and adding some other plants. I just did not get to it yet and it is not my thing.
  • LOCATION: Chaska
  • DAYS/HOURS: Preferably this next week.June 9-13
  • WAGE: $50.00-75.00 cash
  • CONTACT: Ginny 952-401-0590 vgrobe@embarqmail.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
fold faq Art Mentor (volunteer)

Posted: 05/27/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:You are committed, caring individual with a strong interest in healing young lives through artistic expression and at least 18 years of age.
  • DUTIES:We train volunteers to be Mentors in teams of 4-6 who meet with groups of youth at one of our 23 partner agencies across the metro and surrounding suburbs. Mentors facilitate a weekly, one hour session of creative arts activities to these youth. Mentors can select their preferred age group (3-18 years old), time of day, and location for their mentorship experience. Mentors lead projects for children that incorporate painting, writing, dance, drama, music, photography, and other art media. We strive to offer children opportunities to develop healthy relationships with adults, increase their sense of self-esteem, and learn new ways to communicate through artistic expression. Because the youth we serve often have instability in their lives, we strive to provide them with mentors committed to the program for one year. Training, curriculum, art supplies, and on-going support of the mentor experience is provided by Free Arts Minnesota Staff.
  • LOCATION: Twin Cities Metro
  • DAYS/HOURS: scheduled per availability
  • WAGE: unpaid volunteer
  • CONTACT: Deandra Bieneman (612)824-2787
  • ONLINE: www.freeartsminnesota.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Business / Miscellaneous

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fold faq Garden help

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Someone who enjoys cleaning up a garden and readying for summer. Picking weeds is most of the job description It should just take 1/2 day if working consistently.
  • DUTIES:Clear all weeds and branches from garden area.Make it look nice for summer and adding some other plants. I just did not get to it yet and it is not my thing.
  • LOCATION: Chaska
  • DAYS/HOURS: Preferably this next week.June 9-13
  • WAGE: $50.00-75.00 cash
  • CONTACT: Ginny 952-401-0590 vgrobe@embarqmail.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
fold faq Art Mentor (volunteer)

Posted: 05/27/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:You are committed, caring individual with a strong interest in healing young lives through artistic expression and at least 18 years of age.
  • DUTIES:We train volunteers to be Mentors in teams of 4-6 who meet with groups of youth at one of our 23 partner agencies across the metro and surrounding suburbs. Mentors facilitate a weekly, one hour session of creative arts activities to these youth. Mentors can select their preferred age group (3-18 years old), time of day, and location for their mentorship experience. Mentors lead projects for children that incorporate painting, writing, dance, drama, music, photography, and other art media. We strive to offer children opportunities to develop healthy relationships with adults, increase their sense of self-esteem, and learn new ways to communicate through artistic expression. Because the youth we serve often have instability in their lives, we strive to provide them with mentors committed to the program for one year. Training, curriculum, art supplies, and on-going support of the mentor experience is provided by Free Arts Minnesota Staff.
  • LOCATION: Twin Cities Metro
  • DAYS/HOURS: scheduled per availability
  • WAGE: unpaid volunteer
  • CONTACT: Deandra Bieneman (612)824-2787
  • ONLINE: www.freeartsminnesota.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Information Technology

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fold faq Garden help

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Someone who enjoys cleaning up a garden and readying for summer. Picking weeds is most of the job description It should just take 1/2 day if working consistently.
  • DUTIES:Clear all weeds and branches from garden area.Make it look nice for summer and adding some other plants. I just did not get to it yet and it is not my thing.
  • LOCATION: Chaska
  • DAYS/HOURS: Preferably this next week.June 9-13
  • WAGE: $50.00-75.00 cash
  • CONTACT: Ginny 952-401-0590 vgrobe@embarqmail.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
fold faq Art Mentor (volunteer)

Posted: 05/27/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:You are committed, caring individual with a strong interest in healing young lives through artistic expression and at least 18 years of age.
  • DUTIES:We train volunteers to be Mentors in teams of 4-6 who meet with groups of youth at one of our 23 partner agencies across the metro and surrounding suburbs. Mentors facilitate a weekly, one hour session of creative arts activities to these youth. Mentors can select their preferred age group (3-18 years old), time of day, and location for their mentorship experience. Mentors lead projects for children that incorporate painting, writing, dance, drama, music, photography, and other art media. We strive to offer children opportunities to develop healthy relationships with adults, increase their sense of self-esteem, and learn new ways to communicate through artistic expression. Because the youth we serve often have instability in their lives, we strive to provide them with mentors committed to the program for one year. Training, curriculum, art supplies, and on-going support of the mentor experience is provided by Free Arts Minnesota Staff.
  • LOCATION: Twin Cities Metro
  • DAYS/HOURS: scheduled per availability
  • WAGE: unpaid volunteer
  • CONTACT: Deandra Bieneman (612)824-2787
  • ONLINE: www.freeartsminnesota.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Ministry / Camp / Church

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fold faq Garden help

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Someone who enjoys cleaning up a garden and readying for summer. Picking weeds is most of the job description It should just take 1/2 day if working consistently.
  • DUTIES:Clear all weeds and branches from garden area.Make it look nice for summer and adding some other plants. I just did not get to it yet and it is not my thing.
  • LOCATION: Chaska
  • DAYS/HOURS: Preferably this next week.June 9-13
  • WAGE: $50.00-75.00 cash
  • CONTACT: Ginny 952-401-0590 vgrobe@embarqmail.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
fold faq Art Mentor (volunteer)

Posted: 05/27/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:You are committed, caring individual with a strong interest in healing young lives through artistic expression and at least 18 years of age.
  • DUTIES:We train volunteers to be Mentors in teams of 4-6 who meet with groups of youth at one of our 23 partner agencies across the metro and surrounding suburbs. Mentors facilitate a weekly, one hour session of creative arts activities to these youth. Mentors can select their preferred age group (3-18 years old), time of day, and location for their mentorship experience. Mentors lead projects for children that incorporate painting, writing, dance, drama, music, photography, and other art media. We strive to offer children opportunities to develop healthy relationships with adults, increase their sense of self-esteem, and learn new ways to communicate through artistic expression. Because the youth we serve often have instability in their lives, we strive to provide them with mentors committed to the program for one year. Training, curriculum, art supplies, and on-going support of the mentor experience is provided by Free Arts Minnesota Staff.
  • LOCATION: Twin Cities Metro
  • DAYS/HOURS: scheduled per availability
  • WAGE: unpaid volunteer
  • CONTACT: Deandra Bieneman (612)824-2787
  • ONLINE: www.freeartsminnesota.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Social Services / Health Care

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fold faq Garden help

Posted: 06/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Someone who enjoys cleaning up a garden and readying for summer. Picking weeds is most of the job description It should just take 1/2 day if working consistently.
  • DUTIES:Clear all weeds and branches from garden area.Make it look nice for summer and adding some other plants. I just did not get to it yet and it is not my thing.
  • LOCATION: Chaska
  • DAYS/HOURS: Preferably this next week.June 9-13
  • WAGE: $50.00-75.00 cash
  • CONTACT: Ginny 952-401-0590 vgrobe@embarqmail.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
fold faq Art Mentor (volunteer)

Posted: 05/27/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:You are committed, caring individual with a strong interest in healing young lives through artistic expression and at least 18 years of age.
  • DUTIES:We train volunteers to be Mentors in teams of 4-6 who meet with groups of youth at one of our 23 partner agencies across the metro and surrounding suburbs. Mentors facilitate a weekly, one hour session of creative arts activities to these youth. Mentors can select their preferred age group (3-18 years old), time of day, and location for their mentorship experience. Mentors lead projects for children that incorporate painting, writing, dance, drama, music, photography, and other art media. We strive to offer children opportunities to develop healthy relationships with adults, increase their sense of self-esteem, and learn new ways to communicate through artistic expression. Because the youth we serve often have instability in their lives, we strive to provide them with mentors committed to the program for one year. Training, curriculum, art supplies, and on-going support of the mentor experience is provided by Free Arts Minnesota Staff.
  • LOCATION: Twin Cities Metro
  • DAYS/HOURS: scheduled per availability
  • WAGE: unpaid volunteer
  • CONTACT: Deandra Bieneman (612)824-2787
  • ONLINE: www.freeartsminnesota.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Web sites to search for a summer or full-time job

These are great sites to search for a summer job, or a part, or full-time job in great locations.