Aramark Cape May County Zoo

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Are you looking for a memorable summer? Do you want to have the best summer work experience & make some great new friends? If you said "YES!", then the Cape May County Zoo is the place for you!

At the Cape May County Zoo, you’ll be working at a major attraction to thousands of visitors each year! With over 550 critters, representing over 250 species of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, the Cape May County Zoo impresses visitors with lush country gardens, an extensive natural environment of over 85 acres and a leisurely atmosphere!

Visit the Zoo website and “like” us on Facebook!

 

Why should you work for Aramark Cape May Zoo?

 

· Located 5 miles from Stone Harbor beach and 10 miles to Wildwood, NJ!

· Work in a customer service oriented, fast-paced job.

· Earn a competitive hourly wage!

 

What  students have to say:

 

“My job at the zoo is amazing -- my co workers are friendly and kind, very easy and pleasant to work with, very understanding and loyal.”

 

“I like it because I met many people from different countries, I improve my English and see different culture.”

 

About Cape May, New Jersey:

Located at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula, Cape May is one of the United State’s oldest vacation resort destinations. With a rich history, award-winning beaches, designation as a top bird watching location and many examples of Victorian architecture, Cape May is a seaside resort drawing visitors from around the world. Recognized by the Travel Channel as one of America’s top 10 beaches, this small town is the perfect place to spend your summer!

Weather in Cape May, New Jersey:

Cape May has a humid subtropical climate typical of New Jersey with warm summers and cool winters. Being the southernmost point in New Jersey, Cape May has fairly mild wintertime temperatures. Contrary to that, the summertime has lower temperatures than most places in the state, making the town a popular place to escape the heat! The average summer temperature in July is 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees Celsius).

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How to Get There

Students should email their Employer with their travel information AT LEAST two weeks before departing to the United States. The best airport to fly into JFK International Airport (JFK) in New York or Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) in Pennsylvania. Once you arrive in either New York or Pennsylvania, you will need to take a bus to Wildwood. Please check these websites for bus schedules and fares- NJ Transit www.njtransit.com or Greyhound www.greyhound.com. Stay tuned for further information from your Employer about your arrival.