What are you going to do this summer, Sue?
Well, I can work full time at my uncle's restaurant if I want to. The money is pretty good.
But I'm thinking of getting some experience in my field. I'm graduating next year.
Maybe you should try a different summer job. It would mean a pay cut, but it'll be worth it.
Not only do you get experience, you make all kinds of contacts.
But, I just have no idea how to find a suitable one.
Why not go to the summer job fair? Hang on. I've got the leaflet in my bag.
It's next week on the sixteenth at the student center from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
That's wonderful. Should I dress as if I'm going to an interview.
It doesn't mention how you should dress.
Shall I bring my resume?
It's not required, but it's a good idea.
OK. Does it say what kinds of summer jobs are available. You know, I want to be a teacher.
You can try to get hard at the summer camp. Several are listed on there.
Excellent. I will try.
You won't have any trouble. You are at the Top of your class.
Thanks for the vote of confidence.