I need money, fuckin' bad. I need a new pair of skis, bindings, and boots, not too mention my swag is negative cause I have no clothes for money. I instructed cross country mtn biking at a boy scout camp last summer but the cash was shit so i bounced. So barely an experience, but I need cash.
best bet, i filled out like 10 applications and got one interview, and was hired there. Also, companies may look back at past apps and call you if they need workers. The other day I got a job offer from a place I applied at 1 year ago...
This is fucking stupid, no one cares you got your feelings hurt, go cut your wrists somewhere else. - Balto
Alright shunew first your your gonna stop bitching then go to your fucking room and start brainstorming ways to become less of a shunew cause you sound like the biggest fucking shunew iv ever met. - LevelFour
Well you need to find a job to get started and then keep looking for a job. The 1st job is just to supply enough money to get you though and then you start looking for a new job. Experience looks good on resume.
Season is too short to be waiting in lift lines in wisconsin.
Things I've learned in 15 yrs. Honesty is bad, because your name has lame writtten under it your automatically a loser, your not good now you'll never be good at skiing, say anything bad about anything and you're a hater, common sense isn't as commom as you think, idiots were put on Earth to entertain the people that are less of an idiot.
be a dishwasher at a restaurant. they're a dime a dozen, but if you're a good worker they'll keep you on. most places will eventually move you up to cook if you stick around and show you're interested, too.
busser. i did it for 3 summers at two different restaurants. i just liked interacting with people and if you are required to provide table-side services (i made people guacamole) you get tipped well.
i was also a lifeguard for two summers. really easy to get certified and swimming ripped up my back and shoulders.
i'll nose press your box if you lipslide my rail
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings,
dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter
that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way
trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
then again, they are kinda slutty, but i dont look at it that way, more like an opportunity that you need to put forth minimal effort to gain the full advantage of
'i hear that putting coke and mentos in your ass gives you the same high as marijuana.'- *TACO-DOG*
"Dude if you dont want kids rolling over the jump, then dig holes behind it, make it a tarp" Josh Kennedy
teach little kids ski lessons at your local mountain=free seasons pass, and i at least get; one weekend off a month (i only work weekends)i work8-4, and nightski all night, free lunch at work, and tips. its a great job.
"dude, that was a sick frontflip except, like, where'd his skis go?"
"this dubstep sounds like the iron giant beating out his metallic boner"
fill out apps everywhere, dont be picky, and act really friendly to everyone. where a collared shirt and show up 10 minutes early.
"YOU ARE THE BIGGEST STUPID, MOST NARROW-MINDED PERSON I HAVE EVER SEEN, NOT ONLY ARE YOU A COMPLETE JACKASS FUCKING IDIOT, YOU DESERVE TO BE PUNCHED IN THE FACE FOR WHAT YOU JUST WROTE, I SWEAR IF YOU WERE IN FRONT OF MY RIGHT NOW I WOULD PUNCH YOU IN THE FUCKING FACE THEN BEAT YOU WITH AN ALUMINUM BAT, AND SHOVE MY TENNIS RAQUET UP YOUR TIGHT ASSHOLE BECAUSE OF HOW IGNORANT YOU ARE"
go for your local shop,
1) it'll pay min wage
2) your around stuff you love.
3) you get discounts on stuff you love
win win win? i think so, like my local is closing down and moving just as i was giving in my resume but they said i have a good chance of getting a job when they open at the new location because not many of their staff know much about freestyle skiing, so try there? plus they said id have weekends off so im stoked to see if i get one. good luck!
I tail tapped a gaper who was standing on the knuckle yesterday. It was a nice firm smack right to the helmet, definitely the high point of my day.