Rachel Berman from the Career Center has a job for you:
Matt Donahue ‘14 (aka mister career center) is graduating and so are current Peer Career Advisors Esthefany Castillo ’14, Hazal Muhtar ’14, Kah Wei Yoong ’14, Benjamin Carus ’14 and Ilir Necaj ’14. That’s a lot of graduating Peer Career Advisors and a LOT of room for you to join the Career Center staff. Not only is the PCA position a paid leadership opportunity where you get to advise your peers on the art of resume and cover letter writing, interact with cool Wes Alums and learn about job & internship opportunities as they come in to the center, but you get to work with (arguably) one of the best staffs on campus under the supervision of Rachel Berman (who is pretty much the best boss you could ask for).
Application deadline is SUNDAY, April 13, 2014 at 11:59pm on MyCC (see link) and ALL CLASS YEARS are welcome to apply. Questions? Email rMberman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
A little more information:
From Samantha Sikder ’14:
Espwesso is hiring again!
Unfortunately, the senior members of our staff will soon be blooming and taking flight. We are still trying to convince them to take up residence in the Espwesso storage closet, barista-ing by night…
As of now, it looks like we are in need of some fresh, young, coffee-loving faces! Espwesso is seeking applicants who are passionate about coffee and excited to learn and master premium barista techniques. Apply to become a part of our sustainable mission to provide quality coffee to the community!
**Note: Espwesso will be closed this week, starting tomorrow, Jan 20. It will open again on Sunday night, Jan 26.**
As previously mentioned, Wesleyan’s student run cafe, Espwesso, is hiring and applications are due Thursday, March 28. Attached is the job description courtesy of Jasmine Masand ’15, barista extraordinaire. Click through to read the entirety of the application.
Job: Training/Barback Position at Espwesso
Shifts: One to Two 2 hr shifts per week this semester, One to two five hour shifts per week next year
Note: Only Work-Study students are eligible at this time
Love talking about Wesleyan, but have no one to listen? Enjoy showing off our clothing optional library and making corny jokes about how everything in Pi is $3.14? Apply to be a Wesleyan tour guide!
Kayla Stoler ’14 writes in:
The Office of Admissions is hiring again! The tour guide application is available here. It should be completed and returned to dethomas(at)wes (or a paper copy to the Office of Admission).
Due: Monday, November 12 @ 5pm
Like talking real fast? Have a voice that soothes mothers? Enjoy listing A cappella groups, shrugging off clothing optional libraries, and not walking backwards? Apply to be a Wesleyan tour guide! You have a week to apply; more from Kayla Stoler ’14:
The application can be downloaded by clicking on this link. Please complete and return to dethomas(at)wes (or a paper copy to the Office of Admission) no later than Monday, 11/14 at 5pm.
Do you like football? More importantly, do you want to get paid $25 and receive free food for watching football?
The Wes athletic department is currently need of someone to keep defensive statistics at our four home games this season, starting with Saturday’s game against Middlebury. Your job would be to sit in the press box and identify the defensive players on each tackle (and blocked kick/punt, should there be one). The pay is $25 per game, plus indulgence in the free coffee/hot dogs/donuts/pretzels/Bon Appetit box lunches in the press box.
No prior experience with stats is necessary, though basic knowledge of football would obviously help.
Interested? Contact Wes sports information director Brian Katten ’79 at bkatten@wes.
(EDIT: We have filled the position. Thanks to everyone who responded!)
You and Alex Bernson ’11 might want to talk about this one over a nice cuppa:
Do you want to learn how to make coffee? Do you care about contributing to campus community? Are you awesome?
Maybe you should apply for Espwesso’s new training position. Details at the link below. Resumes due by next Saturday the 12th.
(YOU MUST BE WORK STUDY. Sorry, financial constraints etc.)
Check out the job posting itself here.
Amanda Faraone ’11, the Alumni and Parent Relations Intern, offers you an opportunity to (mis)represent Wes like you’ve always wanted to:
It’s that time again! Apply now to be part of Homecoming/Family Weekend 2010. Student workers play an integral role in the weekend by greeting guests at the registration site, assisting with activity and event preparation, escorting guests around campus in shuttle vans, and much more! Apply before October 8 at 5:00pm:
Date: Now – Oct. 8
Time: 12:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Place: The internet
Admissions is beginning the hiring process for 2009-2010 Senior Interviewers. A brief job description includes:
- Interview prospective students in the Summer and/or Fall
- Co-lead information sessions with Admission Deans to prospective students and
- Availability during WesFest and other special events in Fall and Spring
To learn more about the Senior Interviewer position, attend one of these two info sessions, where Admissions will go over the details of the position, answer questions, and have current senior interviewers available to talk with:
Where: Admissions Office
When: Wednesday, February 18 at 7pm OR Sunday, February 22 at 7pm
Application deadlines for students on campus and those studying abroad are Friday, March 6th, and Monday August 17th, at 5pm respectively. If you are unable to attend either of the two information sessions and would like to learn more about the position, please feel free to email jsilver01@wes or speak to a current Senior Interviewer.
– Classroom Support technician – learn to troubleshoot classroom equipment and help professors conduct their classes successfully!
– IMS Events technician – learn to setup AV equipment, videotape, webcast, edit, work with Final Cut Pro and much more!
– APPLY NOW by going to http://www.wesleyan.edu/its/ims/training/guide_trainees.html
– Work study and non work study students welcome
– Freshman and sophomore applicants only
– No experience necessary!
Deadline: FEBRUARY 1st.
– Please note that applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
– Spaces are limited: the sooner you apply, the better chance you have of being hired!
Questions: Email email@example.com