Students help with work everywhere on campus...
Student workers are involved in all the work necessary to the day-to-day operations of the college, and some students are involved in community service jobs with non-profit organizations in the Carlinville community. Your job may be to help prepare or serve food, clean the residence halls, mow the grounds or perform carpentry, utilities or other skilled maintenance tasks. You may be needed in the Admissions Office to conduct a campus tour or perform clerical work. Perhaps there is a need for someone with retail experience in the Bookstore. You might have computer experience that helps meet a need in the Computer Lab or an Administrative Office. The Public Relations office might need someone with photography or editing skills to help with the yearbook or campus newspaper. Students perform a variety of services, all of which are important to the day-to-day operation of the college. A host of other jobs exist in the areas of Academic and Athletic services, as well as Campus Community & Safety, Community Service, and the Library.
Listed below are links to descriptions of the various work departments and the student jobs within each. There are a variety of jobs. Some jobs may relate to a course of academic study or career path, and others may not. Regardless, all are important to the college community and all can provide opportunities for learning and growth of benefit to you. You will learn to manage your time, to be responsible and accountable, to solve problems, and to work with others as a team. You will also have the opportunity to be a contributing member of a community and to make some lifelong friendships, while helping to reduce the cost of your education.
- Academic Services
- Administrative Services
- Athletic Services
- Campus Maintenance Services
- Campus Community & Safety
- Campus Services
- Community Services
- Food Services
- Technology Services
- Snack Bar
Our General Managers: 2012 - 2013
There are two student general managers. They are responsible for the overall administration of the work program including: setting and implementing policies, labor allocations and work discipline campus wide and overseeing the day to day work flow of the college.