Delaware State Parks Need Lifeguards
There are certain things on my bucket list that I have a feeling will never be fulfilled.
One is being a drummer! (My parents did not like that idea!)
The other was being a lifeguard!
I grew up at the Jersey Shore and always thought it would be cool to spend the summer on the beach and get paid for it. And at the same time meet and help people.
Well, it’s too late for me to fulfill THAT dream, but maybe not for you or your son or daughter if they will be over the age of 16 as of May 23, 2023.
Be part of an elite group of men and women responsible for ocean rescue and beach safety!
Tryouts are being held on Sunday April 30th and on Sunday May 7th. All tryouts are from 7am to 9am at the Sussex Family YMCA in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Join this elite group of men and women responsible for ocean rescue and beach safety.
You’ll receive nationally certified training, make new friends and compete in lifeguard competitions!
Pay starts at $18.75 with various incentive bonuses ranging from $250 to $500 and paid throughout the summer.
No experience is necessary. Minimum age is 16 at time of hire and candidates will need to be able to swim 500-yards within 10 minutes, and run a mile in 10 minutes or less.
So if you love the Delaware beaches and the ocean, this may be the way to spend your summer.
Many lifeguards say they find it rewarding to use their skills to make an impact on someone’s life.
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