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Sports Instructor


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Many teens are involved in extracurricular activities and sports during the school year. Your teen could take his soccer, tennis, swimming, lacrosse, running, jump rope, or other athletic skill to the next level as a part-time job to earn some cash. If she is personable and likes to interact with adults or kids, working as a sports instructor will be a fun experience. This is a great opportunity that will boost your teen's confidence, provide healthy physical activity, and improve her people skills.

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