Over 23,000 summer jobs available for teens and young adults in Chicago
If you need a summer job, apply now. One Summer Chicago has a remote or in-person job for you. But hurry because time is running out!
One Summer Chicago brings together government agencies, community-based groups, and businesses to provide over 20,000 job and internship opportunities to kids and young adults aged 14 to 24.
“Each year we have more applicants than job openings in One Summer Chicago. We encourage you to keep looking and applying for other opportunities while you wait to hear about your application,” says One Summer Chicago on their web page.
Applications are open now. The positions opened in May, but the deadline for the applications is on June 11. So register and apply as soon as possible for the summer job that’s right for you! All eligible applicants who are not offered an initial interview will be placed on a waitlist.
Before you apply for the summer jobs program of One Summer Chicago, you need to know how to apply for a job properly. Here I’ll tell you some tips if it’s the first time you’ve applied to a job or if you have tried many times in the past but you didn’t have luck.
Use a professional-looking résumé and email address
The first step in your job process is to create a professional résumé and email address. Because your email is frequently the employer’s first introduction to you, you want to make a positive first impression.
You may get a free email account through a web-based email service like Gmail. If you prefer, you can create a more customized email if you purchase a domain name and set up your own email account.
Whether you use a third-party service like Gmail or your own server, once you’ve created your email account, remember to check it regularly. Respond to potential employers as soon as possible.
Make sure you’re dressed appropriately for the interview.
Clothes reveal a lot about the sort of employee you are, and first impressions last. If you’re not sure what to wear, it’s a good idea to ask. It’s always safe to wear something more formal though.
If you are hired, make sure you have all of the relevant paperwork.
When applying for jobs, you may be required to show papers such as your birth certificate and Social Security card / ITIN number.