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  1. #1
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    Default Best Place to Advertise for a Working Student?

    My trainer would like to take on a working student. She is not very computer savvy so I offered to help her get the word out. Where is the best place to advertise? Someone suggested yardandgroom.com. It is not inexpensive but would be completely worth it if there were good responses to the ad. Thoughts anyone?



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    post a note on some of the GMO's websites. NEDA.org has a bulletin board you can post an ad for free
    "When you think you don't need a coach ...then you're in trouble" Don Imus 2012



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    yardandgroom.com

    equistaff.com

    equimax.com

    COTH classifieds

    I've found potential jobs at each in the past.



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    Default Yard and Groom

    We have gotten great response from Yard and Groom - it's worth the price!



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    Also try emailing the equine studies departments of colleges in your region that offer equine programs. A lot of students need internships, and a working student job can work well for this.



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