Mackinac Island - Alice Lund
Mackinac Island - Alice Lund

Michigan Jobs

Did you know you could work on an island all summer where no cars are allowed? Guest service positions at resorts and restaurants on Mackinac Island. Also summer jobs at Isle Royale National Park, summer camp jobs and resort/ranch jobs in other parts of the state.

Employer Profiles

Detailed profile of each employer and their jobs, application process, location, and much more!

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Goodfellow's Restaurants/Sanders Candy Logo

Goodfellow's Restaurants and Sander's Candy

Work and Play on Mackinac Island This Summer!

Michigan

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Horn's Bar and Yankee Rebel Tavern Logo

Horn's Bar and Yankee Rebel Tavern

Spend Your Summer On Historic Mackinac Island

Michigan

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Iroquois Hotel Logo

Iroquois Hotel

Summer Jobs on Mackinac Island

Michigan

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Isle Royale Resorts, LLC Logo

Isle Royale Resorts, LLC

Summer Jobs on Isle Royale - one of America's most unique National Parks!

Michigan

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Lake View Hotel Logo

Lake View Hotel

Summer jobs on Mackinac Island

Michigan

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The Inn at Stonecliffe & The Harbour View Inn Logo

The Inn at Stonecliffe and the Harbour View Inn

Two Great Properties on Mackinac Island

Michigan

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The Island House Logo

The Island House

Come Work & Live where others Vacation!

Michigan

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Job Postings

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Waitstaff/Host/Hostess

Iroquois Hotel - Mackinac Island in Northern Michigan

Seasonal Entry Level - Waitstaff/Host/Hostess

Kid in a Candy Store? We need one! Family Owned Hand Made Chocolate Shop looking for Shop Manager

The Island House - Beautiful, Historic, and Rugged Mackinac Island, Michigan

Seasonal Professional - Store Manager - Ryba's Fudge Shop

2 job postings

More Info

Mackinac which is pronounced Mack-i-naw, is a summer travel destination in northern Michigan.

One must take a ferry to get there and the only modes of transportation on the island are walking, bicycling, and horse & surrey.

The Chippewa Indians called the island Michilimackinac - generally translated as: Great Spirits of Great Turtle.