If you're starting to think about those extra cash opportunities for the arrival of spring, you might want to consider Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. The popular Toronto destination has some positions that they are looking to fill, and you need little experience to apply. Toronto's Ripley's Aquarium jobs are the perfect fit for the summer, so start getting your resume together. Ripley's Aquarium confirmed to Narcity that they "are always hiring for Guest Service and Education teams." So whether you're looking for a summer job, or looking for something in the spring, never be afraid to apply online.\nYou can look through their job board for something that might suit you. Currently, you can apply to be an HR Administrative Assistant. There is also the position of Line Cook available as well as a Retail Sales Associate. Most of their job ads are part-time, so it's the perfect way to make some extra cash on the side. The company even states that a lot of their staff are students, so it's the perfect opportunity if you are still in University. Most positions require little experience other than a good attitude and some flexibility with hours. For the Retail Sales Associate position, for example, the first critical accountability they list is to smile and the ability to be able to greet every guest. Experience in retail is also a plus.\nView this post on Instagram Ever wonder what it’s like to drink with the sharks? Join us for our first ever 19+ Summer Kick Off Country Night next Friday, June 15 from 8pm to midnight. Lasso in your tickets today! Link in bio. A post shared by Ripley's Aquarium of Canada (@ripleysaquaca) on Jun 6, 2018 at 7:49am PDT\nIf hired, you can build some experience while also enjoying the beauty of the Aquarium on a regular basis. Definitely worth looking into for any prospective job seekers, especially if you have a love of fish.\nView this post on Instagram Fish you were here 💙 Keep checking here and our website (in bio) for updates on when we will re-open. A post shared by Ripley's Aquarium of Canada (@ripleysaquaca) on Apr 19, 2018 at 12:08pm PDT\nOf course, it is good to have some experience before applying. Try and think of what skills you have to offer and how they fit into the needs of the position you're applying for. It never hurts to go to some workshops to have them help you spruce up your resume.\nWhile you're at it, you can apply for tons of summer positions that Ontario is offering.\nIf you love animals but are looking to work away from the water, the Toronto Zoo is also hiring tons of summer positions.