Whether teenagers have two or three months off for the summer, there is no reason for a teenager to be bored, at home, if they have no plans for going places with their family. Instead of being bored during the summer months, teenagers can earn some skills in the workplace. There are several places for teenagers to work where they can ‘get their feet wet’ so to speak. So places for teenagers to earn some internships credits, paid or unpaid, might be i
- An office environment: Not all teenagers have to work in fast food, which is usually a paid job if a teenager is 16 or over. Working in an office environment, especially in a place a teenager might want to pursue a career in the future, is a great way to learn a little bit about that company, before deciding if this is the career for them.
- Provide employer with things from checklist below:A summer intern will want to provide their potential summer employer with:
- References (family, friends or past/current employer)
- Research potential job before any interview
- Make sure your Facebook page, or any other social media sites, look professional
- Provide possible employer with a professional looking email address and finally
- Provide employer with some personal networks where student might already know professionals.