Summer Jokes for Kids & Summer Camp Jokes for Kids

Summer Guest Blogs & Summer Blogs for Parents

Teachers, how many times have you heard “It must be nice to have the summers off?” As a teacher, I am aware of the many different jobs teachers take during the summer to make end meets. Over the next few weeks, we hope to interview teachers about the different summer jobs they have held over the years.

Top Summer Jobs for Teachers

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  1. Become a Tutor: Set your own hours and hourly rate. It is a low-stress way to make up to $5,000 a year.
  2. Be a “Teacher Ranger” at Gettysburg National Military ParkWhat a great opportunity to follow a passion. (Education Guest Blogs)
  3. Teach Summer School: This is a great option for many teachers, however if a teacher needs to recharge the batteries, it might be best to take a break from teaching students.
  4. Work for Coach UpA company that connects coaches with local athletes looking to work one-on-one with a private coach!
  5. Teach Driver’s Education: This is a great option for many teachers. Spend some driving hours with young drivers. Don’t forget to have your foot ready to step on the break.
  6. Work at a Summer Fair, like the Marshfield Fair! Long hours, but a great way to earn extra cash for the last 2 weeks of the summer.
  7. Work at an Overnight Summer CampA great chance to experience nature and work with students outside of a traditional classroom. Awesome for teachers with no family commitments.
  8. Work as a Bartender:
  9. Work as a Waitress:
  10. Direct a Summer Sports Camp for a Recreation Department:
  11. Work for a Local Recreation Department:
  12. Work for the YMCA as a Summer Instructor:
  13. Work as a Baby Sitter:
  14. Work as a Nanny:
  15. Work as an Usher at for Music Concerts (South Shore Music Circus):
  16. Work as a Lifeguard:
  17. Work as a House Sitter:
  18. Be a Dog Walker:
  19. Work at a Book Store:
  20. Work at a Museum:

Professional Development

  1. Attend and EdCamp: The Newest Force in Professional Development!
  2. Take classes and earn a degree (and maybe a pay raise!)