Whether it is your 9 to 5 job that is starting to bore you, or it’s just your adventurous nature that cannot possibly bottled up any longer, if you just want to get away for a different experience, there are innumerable opportunities for summer student jobs to explore the world as you work in summer.
ADVENTURE GUIDES IN DISNEY
Summer work does not necessarily mean that you have to take on the most common jobs such as office assistants, grocery baggers or ice cream store workers; you can venture into more exciting and adventurous activities such as being an adventure guide in Disney. We all have adored the magical stories of Disney at some point while growing up, and you may have wondered what it must be like to be a part of it or maybe tell a story like Disney does. The Adventures by Disney provides Disney guided family experiences to amazing destinations such as Egypt, Ecuador, China, Alaska and more whilst engaging in exciting activities and thrills the Disney way. The adventure guides play a major role throughout the adventurous affair by providing contact and liaison for guests, coordinating trips and to facilitate pre arranged activities. Working as an Adventure Guide will not only help you in skills development but also take you to places you have never been and still get paid.
WORK IN SUMMER CAMP IN THE USA
Camping in summer can be termed as an American pastime which therefore provides work opportunities abroad. Camping programs are numerous in the USA and you can get to work as camp counselors or as a support staff. You get incredible opportunities to meet and make friends in the camps, teach your favorite sport or work behind the scenes ensuring camping activities run smoothly. You not only get an opportunity to feel the American dollars in your pockets but have incredible opportunities to travel far and wide after working in the summer camps; and yes it looks awesome on your CV.
FISHING JOBS IN ALASKA
You may have always wondered what it might feel like being in a place of extreme contrasts then you better head to Alaska. It is not just a massive wasteland of frozen ground as you may have seen in movies but a land of abundant natural resources from gold to oil and the massive supplies of salmon, halibut, shrimps and Dungeness crabs which make it the largest fishing destination in USA. It is an ideal place to explore with large tracts of land and very few people and amazing contrasts. It has frozen glaciers as well as hot springs, temperatures as low as -80 F and as high 100 degrees F, isolated villages as well as modern cities. The length of daylight is also extreme especially in summer when there are almost twenty hours of daylight.
Alaska’s commercial fishing industry is popular for producing the world’s best sea foods. The whole process of catching fish involves an army of workers which is where you chip in to work as you explore this fascinating state.