Find a Summer Job Fredericksburg VA

Lots of people turn to summer employment not only to save up for college expenses, but also to earn spending money or even to help out their families. Competition for jobs can be stiff, but keep in mind that summer employment can provide the background you'll need to compete aggressively with other college-bound students when applying to schools — and with other job seekers when looking for a full-time job.

University of Mary Washington
(540) 654-1000
1301 College Ave
Fredericksburg, VA
 
Career Training Solutions
(540) 373-2200
100 Riverside Parkway, Suite 123
Fredericksburg, VA
# of Undergrads
106
School Information
Private
Setting
Rural

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Germanna Community College
2130 Germanna Hwy
Locust Grove, VA
 
Southside Virginia Community College
(888) 220-7822
109 Campus Dr
Alberta, VA
Tuition
$7,914.00
# of Undergrads
1590
School Information
Public
Setting
Rural

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Virginia Wesleyan College
(757) 455-3208
1584 Wesleyan Dr
Norfolk, VA
 
University of Mary Washington
(540) 654-1000
1301 College Ave
Fredericksburg, VA
Tuition
$17,942.00
# of Undergrads
3620
School Information
Public
Setting
Suburban

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Germanna Community College
(540) 423-9030
2130 Germanna Hwy
Locust Grove, VA
Tuition
$7,890.00
# of Undergrads
1837
School Information
Public
Setting
Rural

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Saint Pauls College
115 College Drive
Lawrenceville, VA
 
Wards Corner Beauty Academy
(757) 583-3300
7525 Tidewater Dr Ste 200
Norfolk, VA
# of Undergrads
84
School Information
Private
Setting
Mid-sized city

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Randolph College
(434) 947-8000
2500 Rivermont Ave
Lynchburg, VA
 
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Find a Summer Job

Find a Summer Job

As an older teenager or young adult concerned about your future, having a job is an important, if not mandatory, summer undertaking. If you've never done it, looking for a job may seem intimidating, but it's really not. From life guarding to working at local museums or restaurants, tons of young people find interesting and rewarding jobs every summer. 

The benefits
Lots of people turn to summer employment not only to save up for college expenses, but also to earn spending money or even to help out their families. Competition for jobs can be stiff, but keep in mind that summer employment can provide the background you'll need to compete aggressively with other college-bound students when applying to schools — and with other job seekers when looking for a full-time job. Guidance counselors, admission officers, and corporate human-resource managers look for college and job applications that display outside activities, work experiences, and additional credentials. A good summer job record is a plus that colleges and employers now routinely expect to see. 

""Strong academics are not enough any more,"" says a college admission officer at a small university in Georgia. ""We're looking very hard at what else students are doing, how they use their time, what other skills they are acquiring. Even the less competitive colleges are becoming much more demanding in evaluating prospective students."" If you don't need to earn money, working as a volunteer w...

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