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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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Working at a resort

I am thinking about working at a resort next year. The only thing is i will be going to college, so i could only do it over winter break. Do places stll hire for people to work for onl like a month? If so what ones? Im from tennessee if that matters
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well at my mountain you have to send in your resume in September to get a job, never heard of someone just get one during winter break.
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lots of mountains hire extra people over winter breaks.. least in Wa.
best to work a resort for a full season tho.. some of the best times ever were working resorts and living at them for a few yrs.. then reality set in finally $$$ but it was well worth it


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Sometimes you can get hired on for just a month during the winter break when the resorts are at their busiest. It doesn't hurt to apply or go to the on mountain hiring day. I just wouldn't get your hopes to far up with your limited availability.
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