Welcome to Cedar Point!
Participating Work & Travel Programs
Please check with one of these programs for work during the 2013 season (May - October). Unfortunately, candidates not participating in one of these programs will not be considered.
CCUSA (Camp Counselors USA/Work Experience USA) - You must interview at a Job Fair or apply through the Placement Program. Independent Program applicants will not be considered. Find out more about CCUSA by clicking here.
CIEE (Council International Educational Exchanges) - You must interview with a recruiter on the Road Show. Independent Program applicants will not be considered. Find out more about CIEE by clicking here.
Social Security Number
All international student employees are required by law to apply for a Social Security Number. Cedar Point will assist international employees with obtaining a Social Security Number upon arrival at Cedar Point.
International students studying in a US college or university must present a valid work authorization card or an I-20 form endorsed by a designated college/university official, in addition to their social security card, when they arrive for work.
All other international students hired by Cedar Point must possess a DS-2019 form specifying the work and travel program that is sponsoring the student for employment. Each student must also possess a valid passport, J-1 visa, and I-94 card.
Please be prepared to present all required documents when you check-in for work. (Failure to produce these documents will result in the withdrawal of your employment offer.)
Please exchange your currency prior to arrival.