If you need a job and you like to be outside, there is no better time than now to apply for one with the NH State Parks.

According to their website:

We are looking for people that want to make a difference in the experience of visitors to New Hampshire State Parks. From assisting visitors to park maintenance, park employees are the key factor in success of our park system.

One of the best parts of being on the New Hampshire State Park team is that you get to work outdoors in some of the most extraordinary places in New Hampshire. But the most rewarding part of working in a state park is creating some of the best memories of kids and adults alike as they enjoy the outdoors and share these wonderful places.

NH has 18 positions available at Hampton Beach, Hampton Beach South, Odiorne and Wallis Sands.  18 positions!  That's a lot of fun in the sun!

It's not always fun in the sun, however.  From the articles I've read recently, there are a few things about the jobs that aren't so great.  For instance, people are far more dangerous than anything you'll encounter in the ocean.  Yeah, like those sharks.  Another thing I've read about is that you can not freak out if you see a fin in the water.  People will take your lead, so if you panic, so will they, so you need to keep your head about you and remain calm.

Some say that sunscreen is the number one thing that you don't want to forget.  Others say bug spray.   Whatever the case may be, here are more things you want to keep in mind before you apply for these positions.

NH Seacoast State Parks Needs To Fill Awesome Outdoor Jobs for the Summer

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