Summer Activities and Jobs for Teens
Low cost or free summer activities
Feeling bored over the summer is no fun, but there are some things you can do to pass time and have fun without spending a lot of money.
Summer Jobs for Teens
If you know a young person who is wanting to earn some spending money this
summer, here is a list of job ideas that may be of some interest.

Lifeguard
Tutor
Movie Theatre Attendant
Dishwasher
Intern
Landscaper
Cashier
Food Service Worker
Retail Associate
Golf Caddy
Amusement Park Jobs
Summer Camp Jobs
Pet Store
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