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Both Federal Work Study and Leopard Work
Job Title: Student Caller
Work with Diversity Programs staff to produce diversity related programs and events throughout the academic year. Possible programs includes Diversity Week, the Women’s Leadership Series, and the Beloved Community Social Justice Retreat; as well as movies screenings, performances, speakers and informational displays. Promote and maintain the Intercultural Center and Prayer/Meditation Room in the Flanagan Campus Center.
Assist the Office of Student Affairs and Office of Community Standards in producing/editing publications and logos. Edit, design, and create colorful works with the possibility of assisting with updates to the office web site. Experience in the Adobe Suite is required. Knowledge of MAC operating systems is preferred, but not required. Please provide a small portfolio of work with application (doesn’t have to be formal, just some samples of your skills). Position can have a weekly schedule or can be on a “project availability” basis.
Assists the Advancement Operations staff with maintaining the integrity of the Institutional Advancement database. Research and update addresses, phone numbers, and business information of alumni, parents, and friends. Data entry using Millennium software. Accuracy and attention to detail are key.
Other jobs duties include filing, stuffing and mailing correspondence, and general office tasks.
Work Schedule: 5-10 hours per week as required (may include opening, closing, and/or weekend hours)
This position provides circulation services to members of the Wentworth community during Library hours.
The Junior Student Media Technician will assist the Wentworth Audio Visual efforts under the supervision of the A/V Technician and User Services Manager to facilitate A/V production/event needs. As well as assisting the Help Desk Manager in various assignments related to the function of the Help Desk. Additionally, the technician will be responsible for support and maintenance of audio/visual equipment by performing the following duties:
The Center for Academic Excellence, formerly the Learning Center, seeks engaged learners with excellent communication skills, desire to help others, and passion for their disciplines to work as peer tutors.
Peer tutors form the core of the Center and provide invaluable academic support to other students. Peer tutors are coaches and facilitators of learning, guiding students towards improving their mastery of the subject material. In addition to one-on-one tutoring, tutors may lead study groups and assist with general office work and projects.