Need a Summer Job? Host a Summer Camp!

The Southern Gazette - - NEWS - BY EVAN WAY Evan Way is the Re­gional Co­or­di­na­tor for Burin Penin­sula Youth Ven­tures.

Do you have a spe­cial skill? One that can be trans­ferred on to oth­ers?

Why not host a summer camp and teach oth­ers what you know!

There are many ar­eas in your town that are avail­able to be used for the­ory and hands on ses­sions for the camps. Many peo­ple have camps for sports, arts and crafts, performing arts and other teach­able skills.

If you are good with peo­ple, en­joy teach­ing other peo­ple and have great or­ga­ni­za­tional skills, this would be a great busi­ness op­por­tu­nity for you. Some things to re­mem­ber would be:

- Al­ways spec­ify the level that you are teach­ing at.

- Make sure you don’t take on more peo­ple than you can han­dle.

- Have a sched­ule of events and make sure you stay as or­ga­nized as pos­si­ble.

If this in­ter­ests you, Youth Ven­tures can help!

If you’re be­tween the ages of 12-29, and have a unique mind­set or a good busi­ness sense, feel free to call, email or visit our site.

Phone: 1-(709) 279-4540; Email: ‘ [email protected]­turesnl.com’; Fax: 1-(709) 279-4545; Web: ‘www.youthven­turesnl.com’.

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