Summer is fast approaching, and it’s time to start thinking about how to make the most of it. Whether you’re a student, a recent grad, or are simply looking for a fun short-term gig, there are tons of incredible summer jobs in Toronto that you can apply for.

So, why not make some summer memories and some good money at the same time?

Let’s dive into the very best summer jobs in Toronto out there right now. Good luck!

Canada’s Wonderland & SplashWorks

Spend your summer working at Canada’s premier amusement park!

Wonderland is hiring seasonal staff in a number of departments, including aquatics, food and beverage, entertainment character performers, ride attendants, games area staff, landscape, maintenance, and much more.

See all open jobs here

Wet’n’Wild Toronto

You can get paid to spend your days by the water at Toronto’s iconic Wet’n’ Wild waterpark.

There are a variety of roles to apply for ranging from lifeguards to emergency medical staff to maintenance and many others.

See all open jobs here

Centreville Amusement Park

Want to live the island life this summer? The beloved Centreville amusement park on the Toronto Islands is hiring for all positions, so you can spend the best months of the year in the city’s most scenic setting.

Whether you want to work the rides, take care of animals, or mix drinks at the bar, Centreville has a job for you.

See all open jobs here

City of Toronto summer jobs

The City has a wide variety of recreation jobs that are open to students and creatives with special skills.

Whether you’re a young person looking for a summer job opportunity or simply want to make some extra cash, you may find a good fit.

You can even search for jobs by location to find the openings nearest you.

See all open jobs here

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Canada Summer Jobs

Canada Summer Jobs has thousands of employment opportunities across the country for young people aged 15 to 30 — many of which are in Toronto and the GTA.

You can make up to $22 an hour working in a variety of environments, including sports, research, marketing, retail, admin, customer service, and so much more.

That includes work-from-home jobs too!

See all open jobs here

Toronto public pools

If you’re a trained lifeguard, you can apply to work at one of the many City-run pools around Toronto this summer.

The City is still hiring swim instructors, aquatics program assistants, wading pool attendants, and more.

See all open jobs here

Toronto Blue Jays seasonal jobs

Want to spend a meaningful season working for the Toronto Blue Jays? Well, you’re in luck because the team is hiring for a variety of roles.

Several of these jobs don’t require much experience to apply, and you’ll also get to take advantage of many perks — that includes discounted tickets and employee events!

See all open jobs here