Apply to work with the Writing Workshop! Applications due March 26. We encourage writers from all backgrounds, majors, and class years to apply. We want our Workshop to look like you!
With a wide array of campus employers and departments in attendance, this virtual, school-wide event will provide a valuable opportunity for you to connect with campus employers, discuss available job positions, and schedule interviews.
The fair will run from 12-3pm and you will be able to pop into virtual “booths” to meet with representatives from the campus employers that are of interest to you. Connect with staff and faculty and learn about all of the different types of positions and opportunities available for student employment this spring and in the future.
In addition to campus employers, staff will be on-hand to answer questions about work-study, student employment and payroll, help searching and applying for jobs on Handshake, and support in crafting a professional resume and navigating the hiring process.
The Sustainability Office is looking for a group of 9-16 students (preference for freshmen and sophomores) with a range of environmental and non-environmental interests and backgrounds to join the 2021-22 Eco Facilitator program! EFs work to provide students with the tools, education, and encouragement necessary to develop sustainable living practices, as well to encourage a sense of environmental consciousness and social responsibility on campus, regardless of prior sustainability knowledge.
In Spring 2021, hired EFs will enroll in a semester-long student forum focused on learning about sustainability at Wesleyan, connecting environmental issues on campus to broader social injustices, and developing effective strategies to encourage sustainable practices. Throughout the 2021-22 school year, EFs will be paid to take out compost in their assigned dorm and conduct sustainability-related projects across campus. Working as an Eco Facilitator is a great opportunity to gain leadership skills and take part in building a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive campus community.
Info sessions will be held over Zoom: