College students looking for work are wise to seek internships or summer jobs within the field they’d like to work following graduation. It’s a great opportunity to network and learn more about an industry–not to mention, a leg up when it comes time to landing that first job.
The problem? These internships and experiences often don’t pay very well, which can limit the college students who are financially able to pursue them. Thankfully, QuadJobs offers a real solution to this frustrating issue.
During the school year, many college students with hectic schedules turn to QuadJobs to find lucrative work that fits right into whatever time they have. Weekend jobs alone can be enough to keep some hardworking college students afloat! This flexibility can open up different opportunities for your summer employment.
As you consider whether you can take that summer internship and still make ends meet, or put aside the money you need for the year ahead, consider QuadJobs. You may be able to pair an exciting professional opportunity (that doesn’t pay well, but is great for your resume) and supplement your income with babysitting, dog walking, or helping with errands.
QuadJobs also comes in handy if you’ll be away for a part of the summer — traveling, for example, or working outside your hometown—and you’d like to make money when you’re back at home. Many of our local employers are looking for short-term commitments.
As always, our goal is to help hardworking college students find local work that fits their schedules and offers great experience. Summer is a great time to make the most of QuadJobs!
QuadJobs is an online platform connecting college and graduate students to local jobs. From Saturday night babysitting to moving a couch to helping a local business during a busy time, students find flexible jobs that fit into whatever free time they have. By streamlining the employment connection between campus and community, QuadJobs unlocks jobs particularly well-suited for students’ busy, often changing schedules. The platform tracks every job a student takes and gathers performance reviews. Small jobs matter—they help a student network, earn income, and build a track record of work experience. Local employers can hire with efficiency and confidence.