Fall semester: think about what industry you would like to get experience in, network with people you know through school, church, community, family, faculty, career development, etc.
Fall break/Christmas Break/Spring Break: visit potential employment site(s) to introduce yourself in person and submit resume, think about housing options, continue networking
January: get resumes out, get resumes on summer job Web sites, continue networking
February: follow-up on resumes, continue checking summer job Web sites, continue networking, begin researching housing options
March: follow-up on resumes and Web sites, continue networking, attend Camp, Sport, & Ministry Summer Opportunities Fair at Geneva College, research housing options, research local staffing agencies
April/May: follow-up on resumes and Web sites, continue networking, interview, follow-up on housing options, register with local staffing agencies if needed
Camps, Theme Parks, State Parks, Retail, Resorts, Cruise Ships, Seasonal work (ie: landscaping, pool maintenance), Colleges, Factories, Office Services, Nanny, and Summer Internships
Music education and music business graduates have a 95-100% job placement in the first year.