About Cool Works
Mission Statement: CoolWorks.com believes in the transformational power of seasonal and career Jobs In Great Places. As a niche job board, Cool Works' mission is to connect adventurous job seekers with employers and one another. Lives are changed because of what we do, and we work passionately to offer inspiration, resources and encouragement.
The Cool Works® "home office" is located on the Yellowstone River just outside the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. We are a small, but mighty team of seven - Bill is in the Yellowstone office, Eric and Patty are in Helena, Montana, Kathi is in Arizona, and Kari is in Everett, Washington, Ker'en is in Pennsylvania, and Kelcy is in Colorado. "Cool Works" of varying sorts have touched all of our lives and we love it when our job seekers share their stories from seasonal jobs that have changed their lives.
"Seasonal work completely changed my life! If it weren't for one summer job as a wrangler in Colorado, I would have headed to the big city and missed the chance to start a career I love in an unexpected and completely amazing place! Who knew you could start a PR firm in Montana?" - Courtenay S., Cool Works' Fan and Seasonal Job Alumni
CoolWorks.com has been central to the summer job and seasonal job market niche since 1995, an old-timer in web years, but we have a youthful, energetic, older and bolder spirit. We have a dedicated core of job seekers who use Cool Works to actively seek job opportunities in great places like national parks, various resorts, ranches, camps, ski resorts, and jobs on the water. They also seek volunteer and conservation corps opportunities to help better our world. We're proud of the employers who utilize our site and are always on the lookout for others who fit our niche.
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"I wanted to let you know that through CoolWorks, Alaska Geographic hired four absolutely fantastic people to fill our seasonal operations in Juneau, Homer, Seward, and Portage Valley.I received applications from around 30 people, and of those, 15 were eminently qualified for the work we were offering, and were true believers in our mission to connect people to Alaska’s public lands.We feel that our new seasonal line-up is the best we have ever entered a season with and it’s because of CoolWorks’ ability to attract exactly the type of candidate that will be successful with Alaska Geographic. It’s also because you went out of your way to upload photos for me, so that I could write the most appealing ad possible. I want you to know how much we appreciate what you do! It is making a positive difference in our success." - Barbara Bell, Executive Director, Alaska Geographic
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