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Imagine if you were given a chance to embark on experiences that enhanced your life and the lives of others, changed the way you interact with the world around you, and connected you with the amazing places where you want to live. You don’t have to imagine anymore. Welcome to CoolWorks. We left the gate open – come on in and chase your dreams.
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THE TRAIL AT YOUR FEET
Sharing The Journey
I fell for Yosemite hard. The winter sparkles in the Sierra Nevada. The summer smells of Bay Laurel, duff and smoke. Happiness can be fleeting and contentment can be elusive, but I found…
Now, at 62, I have over 30 years of front desk and hotel management experience under my belt and I no longer have to hitchhike from park to park hoping to be hired.
Even before I ever traveled, I had made up my mind that I wanted to live a life of nonconformity. As a teenager, I became well aware of the lifestyle most people led…
My journey into the hospitality/seasonal job industry started back in 2016. Sweating on a Toyota car lot washing cars, I texted my friend who had spent the past two years living the dream…
Kind Words From Our Fans
Gregg General Manager and CoolWorks' Fan
“I wanted to express my sincere appreciation for you and for Coolworks.com. As a new NPS concessionaire, hiring quality employees was a major concern that I faced. That’s until I found Coolworks.com. Not only did you help me produce a great ad on your site, but the response was incredible!! I received over 80 on-line applications, most of whom were qualified for the position. I can’t thank you and Coolworks.com enough for simplifying the process and sending so many folks my way.”
Dani CoolWorker from New York
“I worked at Yellowstone National Park a few summers ago. I put all of my stuff into storage and just went for it! To this day, it is still one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I got to know the park so well and am still friends with the people I met there.”