“Blackburn builds students from the ground up in a manner where students must grow from their experiences in order to achieve their goals.”
– Juliet Wooldridge ’20
Here’s how the process works:
- During summer Orientation you can meet the department managers, talk with them, and learn more about the positions still available on campus.
- You will rank your preference of work program departments on your Work Program Job Application, along with any work experience you have from part-time jobs or volunteer work.
- The managers will consider your application and personal information to place you in an open position.
- Typically, the placement process takes place after the summer orientation programs. Students are usually notified by the end of July of their job assignment. In that email, managers will let you know if there are any specific needs for your role, the date of the first department meeting, and other details specific to your job.