An invitation from Brian H. Lee ’13:
Need a job? Want the (potentially) highest paying job on campus? Come to an Info Session for the Red & Black Society! Red & Black Student Ambassadors connect alumni and parents with the University and solicit gifts on behalf of the Wesleyan Fund. Red and Black ambassadors are often the only contact alumni have with the school during the year. As such, it is a unique opportunity to bond with Wesleyan grads, young and old, and for them to connect with you.
This position allows students the opportunity to polish communication skills, post a coveted and marketable position on their resumes, and earn a recommendation from Wesleyan’s University Relations department. Ambassadors will also have the opportunity to be invited to special events on and off campus with trustees and prominent alumni.
Information sessions will be in PAC 001 on Monday, September 8 at 1:00 PM and Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00 PM.
Come with your resume if you’re ready to apply!
Dates: Monday, September 8th and Tuesday, September 9th
Times: 1:00pm on Monday and 6:00pm on Tuesday
Place: PAC 001
Always wanted to be a part of a secret society? Well, here’s your chance. Except there’s nothing secret about a Red and Black Caller’s love for Wesleyan. But seriously, if you need a job and love Wesleyan, then please join us for an informational meeting this week.Red & Black Callers speak with alumni and parents to help raise money and defray costs not covered by tuition and income from the university’s endowment. All class years are welcome to apply.
Date: Monday, Sept 10 or Tuesday, Sept 11
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: PAC 002
Note: No expertise is necessary. Work-Study AND Non-Work-Study applicants are eligible! For further information, please contact: Ethan Mackenzie ’13 (emackenzie@wes), Head manager or Brittany Richard (brichard@wes), Program Director.
Casey Reed ’12 and distinguished senior, Claire O’Brien ’12, write in to tell you about one of the best places to work on campus. I ain’t even playin’. Their words and awesome designs below:
- Work for a non-profit organization (The Wesleyan Fund)
- Be part of a competitive team
- Practice crucial communications skills with alumni and parents
Work-Study AND Non-Work-Study applicants are eligble! Need more information? Come to one of the following info sessions all in PAC 002!
1) Sunday September 11, 8-9 p.m.
2) Monday September 12, 8-9 p.m.
3) Tuesday September 13, 8-9 p.m.
Note: Résumés and cover letters are required as we will have many applicants. No expertise is necessary.For futher information, please contact: Claire O’Brien ’12, Head manager (ceobrien@wes) or Dan Bloom ’10, Program Director (djbloom@wes).