Also, regardless of the fact that your employment history isn't all that great, come up with a resume. Put your *skills* up top (e.g. proficient at whatever, can lift x lbs, include anything you've gotten from Aux, responsibility for anything whatever.....) and then put where you got any experience next (just list place & dates), then put your education last. Qualifications, skills first. I would also get some business cards. You can buy blanks at Staples and print them up yourself. They are easy to hand out with your name and contact info. Also, makes you look serious.
Remember, no matter where you go, there you are. -- B. Banzai