How to Interview for a Workamper Job

Don’t sell yourself short; an interview is your time to shine! by Jody Anderson Duquette & Greg Gerber While scouring the help wanted ads, you found the ideal Workamping job for you. So, you create an awesome resume, submit it to the employer and cross your fingers. A short time later, you get the call […]

Steps to Finding the Right Workamping Job

These steps will be helpful whether you are looking for a full-time, part-time, volunteer or paid work camper position. Some steps are simple, and some a bit more in-depth, but here is a more streamlined strategy for finding the Workamping jobs (now or in the future) to match your needs. This article gives you good […]

Avoid Misunderstandings By Getting a Work Agreement

You’ve found a great job with a wonderful company in a fabulous location. You couldn’t be more excited about your next Workamping gig. But, to ensure that both you and the employer are on the same page, you need to take the vital step of requesting a written work agreement. by Greg Gerber Some companies […]

Great Expectations – Do You Need an Attitude Adjustment?

Why can two Workampers (or two couples) work at the same place, for the same employer, yet have very different experiences? Assuming they all have the skills to do their jobs, expectations and attitude make the difference. by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak We can get in trouble by thinking that things will go according to our […]

Selecting A Domicile Isn’t As Easy As It Sounds

One of the most important decisions Workampers need to make when starting a full-time RV lifestyle is deciding where to call “home.” By Greg Gerber Many RVers think their home needs to be the state from which they launched their adventure. But, that doesn’t have to be the case, according to two lawyers who are […]

Finding a Workamping Job With No Experience

Many new Workampers feel inadequate when searching for their first Workamping gig. Do not feel discouraged! When the majority of Workampers entered the lifestyle, they didn’t have experience working the type of position they took first. The majority of Workamping jobs can be considered entry-level positions and do not require a lot of specific or […]

Good Interview, But Did You Get the Job?

One year, a couple who had an interview during the summer for a winter job in Florida were sure that had a job. They called back in September and October to confirm. However, when they arrived in November after driving hundreds of miles, the owner would not return their calls and it appeared they did […]

Questions to Ask to Workamper Employers to Enhance Expectations

The Workamping experience can be frustrating when expectations are not met. The best way to improve expectations is by ensuring you have a very good idea of everything a Workamper opportunity will entail before you and your RV roll in to start a new job. Article by Greg Gerber It’s possible that an interview can […]

Empowering Your Resume — A Key Tool in Your Marketing Toolkit

An important part of your marketing toolkit is your resume. A resume is a one-ish-page summary of what you have to offer the employer. Its purpose is to get you a job interview. You want to highlight your skills, abilities, and experience that will attract the employer’s attention. by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak A resume is […]

Receive 6 Bonus Months With Your Workamper Membership!

And – Help Us Raise Funds for Bay Shore Camp! We are so thankful that you are part of the Workamper Community!  We want to help you live your dream of traveling America and as our Thanksgiving gift to you we will add 6 months to your membership when you join, upgrade or renew for one […]