Mayor John Tory really wants people to apply for summer jobs across the city and he's trying to make it easy. At a City of Toronto job fair, you can get resume and interview preparation for a bunch of summer recreation positions. There will be five fairs over the next few weeks.\nOn January 25, the mayor kicked off the City's annual hiring campaign for recreation positions because it's never too early to start thinking about making money during the summer.\nThey are now accepting online applications for positions with summer camps, aquatic programs and more up until February 16 and there are so many jobs available.\nIf you want to learn more about all of it, there are five fairs happening throughout Toronto from January 27 to February 6 where you can get tips on what to expect during the hiring process along with resume and interview prep.\nHere are the dates, times and locations of all five fairs:\nMonday, January 27 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Etobicoke Civic Centre\nTuesday, January 28 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at North York Civic Centre\nSunday, February 2 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Regent Park Community Centre\nWednesday, February 5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Masaryk-Cowan Community Recreation Centre\nThursday, February 6 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Scarborough Civic Centre\nView this post on Instagram Need to cool down? We’re extending hours at some outdoor pools. Take a dip in one of these seven outdoor pools that will be open until 11:45 p.m. tonight: • Alex Duff Pool, 779 Crawford St. • Earlscourt Park/Giovanni Caboto Pool, 1369 St. Clair Ave. W. • McGregor Park, 2231 Lawrence Ave. E. • Monarch Park, 115 Felstead Ave. • Parkway Forest, 55 Forest Manor Rd. • Smithfield Park, 175 Mount Olive Dr. • Sunnyside Park/Gus Ryder Pool, 1755 Lake Shore Blvd. W. Find a location near you and more information about free drop-in swimming: toronto.ca/swim . . . #cityofto #toswim #torec #heat #summer #keepcool A post shared by City of Toronto (@cityofto) on Jul 29, 2019 at 10:51am PDT\n"Through these jobs people are given the opportunity to gain employment experience and create community connections, while helping the City serve its residents through important programs and facilities," Tory said in a news release.\nOn their recreation job page, some of the part-time positions include lifeguards, camp counsellors and even ones in the Toronto Island Park like tram tour guides and boathouse attendants.\nParks, Forestry and Recreation (PFR) employs about 9,000 workers every year and about 1,800 of them are new hires.\nWith about 15,000 spaces in PFR programs being added in 2020, a demand for more staff is expected.\nView this post on Instagram We are hosting recreation job fairs. See job fair event listings at toronto.ca/recjobs and on Facebook.com/TorontoPFR • get to know the steps involved in the application process • connect one-on-one with our staff for an opportunity to apply for part-time City of Toronto recreation jobs • interview on the spot for Aquatics jobs . . . #cityofto #TOrec #TOswim #TOski #TOarts A post shared by City of Toronto (@cityofto) on Jul 30, 2019 at 12:28pm PDT\n"Working in recreation helps to build leadership and problem-solving skills that last a lifetime," said Janie Romoff, general manager of PFR, in a news release. "A job with the City provides an opportunity to contribute to your community while also building your career."\nAccording to the recreation job site, most positions pay more than minimum wage, hours are flexible and it's a unionized environment.\nThese summer openings close 10 days after the last job fair date.