Summer JobsThere are plenty of fun summer jobs available for people all across America. Two of the most common summer jobs include working as a lifeguard or as a camp counselor. To be a lifeguard, you'll need to get trained first in first aid, CPR, and water rescue. Many employers will require you to be trained by the Red Cross, but some employers will allow you to receive your training elsewhere. Generally, to get certified in each of those areas you will have to take courses over the period of a month, but you may also be able to find intensive courses available during two-week periods. Once you've taken care of all of that hard work, you'll be able to sit back in your chair and relax next to the pool, all while getting paid! Being a lifeguard is a great way to get a tan and meet new people, but it's important to remember that you'll be responsible for the lives of many people. Another summer job that can require a lot of responsibility is being a camp counselor. There are all kinds of themed summer camps out there, so you should be able to find one that matches your interests. It's also important to make sure you think about what age-group of children you'd like to work with so you don't wind up working with screaming children if that's something you wouldn't enjoy. If you're looking for a little less responsibility, look into opportunities to work as a day-camp counselor, which will also give you more time to yourself during your summer evenings.
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