||[Jan. 31st, 2006|11:28 am]
Working In Chicago
I'm wondering if anyone has heard of/worked with Dialogue Direct. It's a non-for-profit organization that hires younger people to raise money for charities. They boast that employees make between $500-1000/week, which seems nice, and benefits are available after 90 days. Anybody got some dirt?|
I'd much prefer working as a waitress, but I'm not sure of the liquor-serving laws and my research isn't drawing any conclusions. Where I'm from (Indiana), all you need to do is take a class, pay $30, and get a license for serving liquor is you're under 21. What's the deal? I'm 20.
Oh, and I wanted to give everyone a quick tip: I was doing some research on banks (I'm obsessed with interest rates and investing of late), and I found out that the Lincoln Park Savings Bank offers a FREE Costco membership for anyone who opens an interest-bearing checking account or any direct deposit account. A membership at Costco could translate into saving big bucks, but if you choose the checking account, you need to keep a minimum of $500 in the bank. That's the catch. But some of you mau have that in your savings already, so I thought you should know.