ACADEMIC SERVICES: Students serve as faculty assistants, lab assistants and tutors across all academic disciplines including the Writing Center, Art Studio, and Graphic Design Lab.
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: Students provide support for all administrative offices including Business, Financial Aid, Student/Resident Life, Admissions, Records, Development/Alumni Affairs, Public Relations, Office of the President, and Office of Institutional Research. Students serve as office assistants, research assistants, graduation analysts, public relations writers, photographers, bookkeeping assistants, and campus tour guides.
ATHLETIC SERVICES: Student jobs include athletic trainers, clerical staff for coaches, and set-up for athletic events and physical education classes, and general cleaning in the facility.
BOOKSTORE: Workers are responsible for excellent customer service while providing textbooks, supplies, stamps, clothing, and merchandise to the campus and community. The distribution of U.S. and campus mail is also the responsibility of the workers. Auxiliary Services is managed from the bookstore as well, and coordinates rental space for events on campus.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY & SAFETY: Students perform duties including radio dispatch, campus patrol and escort, building security including daily lock-up and unlock, issue parking tickets, and manage the campus motor pool and security for campus events. Upperclassmen serve as residence hall directors and residence hall assistants responsible for safety and community
programming activities in the six residence halls on campus. Students must be in good standing with the college, and pass a background investigation in order to be eligible to work in some jobs within this department.
CAMPUS MAINTENANCE: Student jobs include carpentry, plumbing/electrical, HVAC, grounds, building maintenance, new construction, recycling, and “set up and tear down” for campus special events. Workers are required to wear “hard sole work boots,” and must furnish their own.
CAMPUS SERVICES: Workers are responsible for cleaning the residence halls including hallways, stairwells, parlors and bathrooms and academic/ administrative buildings including classrooms, hallways and bathrooms.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Students work at the local Carlinville Schools and Head Start Center as teacher aides/tutors, City Library, Catholic Charities, Center for Developmentally Disabled, Beaver Dam State Park, County Public Health Department, Alternative Education Center, We Care Recycling Center, and with the local Chamber of Commerce, Macoupin
County Animal Shelter, Village Morse Farm, and Food Pantry. Students also staff the college’s 70 Office of Volunteer Services, which recruits volunteers for service projects of a “one-time” nature, including activities of the Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Students must be in good standing with the college, and agree to and pass a background investigation in order to be
eligible to work in some jobs within this department.
FOOD SERVICES: This department provides staffing for the kitchen and dining hall, and for any college related banquets or catering. Student workers are involved in meal preparation and service, and sanitation for the entire facility.
LUMPKIN LEARNING COMMONS: Peer Resource Counselors (PRC’s) are responsible primarily for helping and connecting students, faculty and staff with all services offered in the Commons, such as library circulation, research consultations and proctoring accommodation sessions. Other jobs available in the Commons include archives, interlibrary loan, and A/V crew.
SNACK BAR: Student workers prepare food, serve customers, and perform cleaning and sanitation work. The work can be fast-paced and fun.
TECHNOLOGY SERVICES: Students provide supervision and support for people using the Computer Center and staff the “help desk” providing technical support over the phone and on site. They also work as support technicians maintaining and supporting the computer equipment around campus, and staff the data center providing support for the campus network and servers.