Stephan van Hulst wrote:Is it possible to just look for a temp job that you can use to pay for your summer plans, and then look for a full time job after camp?
Stephan van Hulst wrote:Well, I didn't necessarily mean Java. Basically anything that will help you cover costs until you can start a full time developer job.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:What has 2020 got to do with it? When does your course finish? I would suggest you apply as soon as possible and explain to the potential employers that you have the summer camp job arranged already/to be applied for.
I think you should try it and see what happens. I don't think it will make much difference whether you have a planned Summer's absence this year or next. But I may be mistaken.
Kenneth Milota wrote:. . . I don't know if any of them would take me seriously if I'm planning on taking 10 weeks off in only 4 months away.
That bit isn't clear; from reading that alone I can't tell whether, ȁit” means the Summer camp or the job application.
What I meant by 2020 is that I can put it on hold for another year,
I still don't think that would be a problem. Besides, you will run out of money if you don't get a job and an income.
. . . If I tell them first, how seriously would they take me if I'm only going to work a few months and then take off for the summer?
That would worry me a lot if I were interviewing you, however.
I'm not in a course. I dropped my graduate school program a year ago . . . .
Lots of people say things like that, and unfortunately many of them don't fulfil that intention, I am afraid.
I was going to go finish the degree after getting started in the career.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Thank you for the explanation; it still worries me about your having done only half a degree.
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