It's the unofficial start to summer and man do we have things we want to do this year. Concerts, camping, lake vacation, road trips and more. All we need now is money! Here is a great way to make some money this summer and still have time to make your plans reality!

The New York State Fair is hiring for their 2023 season. Here's how to apply.

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The New York State Fair is gearing up for another record breaking summer season, from August 23rd until September 4th, with concerts by REO Speedwagon, Ludacris, Tyler Hubbard and more! The fair will also have it usual attractions such as the rides, butter sculptures and more. All of this fun doesn't happen on it's own, it needs YOU.

We are so grateful every year to have about 1,600 community members step up to help our team throw one of the biggest, most fun events in New York State. From staffing the Great Potato Booth, to answering visitors’ questions in Guest Relations and much more. There’s no way it would all come together without any one of these roles. If you’re interested in working for The Fair, we have a job for you! - interim Fair Director Sean Hennessey

Photo by Joe Ciciarelli on Unsplash
Photo by Joe Ciciarelli on Unsplash

Full summer employment opportunities are available in several departments, including

  • Events
  • Maintenance
  • Trades
  • Sponsorship-related fields
  • Guest Relations
  • Security
  • Safety and Transportation (Tram Conductors)

Click HERE For a full list of current openings at the New York State Fair and to apply for any of these specific jobs.

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