I did a vacation job
there as undergraduate in the 1950s.
As a student desperate for any start in television, I'd secured a vacation job
in the mailroom.
In certain settings, almost any occupation can be a vacation job
She kicked off with a summer vacation job
in America and went on to become a sunshine holiday rep and then a holiday company manager.
My heart goes out to students who organise websites: the chat rooms are always desultory, participation is always patchy and then only during term time, and the really hot designers keep their masterworks for their vacation job
My mother worked part-time in the ladies' department in the '60s and consequently I had a summer vacation job
as a student in the menswear department.
The Lightcliffe player, studying sports management at Coventry University where he has a further year of his course to complete, has taken a vacation job
at Birmingham International Airport.
But its less-than-slick feel fits the loose, unfussy style of the operation, which seems like a throwaway vacation job
in comparison with Dridi's more ambitious features such as "Pigalle" and "Bye-Bye.
Many moons ago, a young Rupe was taken under the wing of the then editor of the Birmingham Gazette, Charles Fenby, for a vacation job
right here in Brum.
Andrew Robinson, 21, studying town planning at Newcastle University and on Entrust's Shell Step programme, said: "Shell Step is so much more valuable than the usual vacation job
as I'm earning money but also enhancing my CV and my university studies.
But despite harbouring dreams of playing at Wimbledon, his road to the tournament began when he started stringing rackets during a summer vacation job
in Exeter, and he eventually trained up in the skill.
College student Ellen (Francesca Vanthielen), introduced via a rapid-cut title sequence that looks like a "leaves you dry and free" TV commercial, advertises for an out-of-the-ordinary vacation job
and ends up with handsome Robbert (Rick Engelkes) on a boat near Spitzbergen, in the Arctic Circle.