The Admissions Communication Assistant is responsible for a variety of integrated communication efforts that are essential to meeting annual enrollment goals. The employee is part of a team of assistants who, collaboratively, complete multiple projects and responsibilities during day and evening hours and are eager to represent the College with enthusiasm and authenticity. Aspects of this role require a strong attention to detail, effective time management, and strong written and verbal communication skills, including legible handwriting
Student Assistant for the Archaeology Program will assist with general office and lab work, such as photocopying, filing, scanning, data entry, maintaining bulletin boards, creating & distributing posters/flyers, updating spreadsheets, processing archaeological materials, and conducting research. Requires accuracy, creativity, and attention to detail with the ability to meet deadlines. Must be highly organized and be able to pivot to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Applicants should also adhere to changing protocols for health and safety.
The Athletic Training Student Assistant assists Athletic Trainers staff members with the athletic healthcare of varsity student-athletes and other operations of the training room. This position will assist athletes during both indoor and outdoor events and may be exposed to various weather conditions.
The Department of Biology is looking to hire students to serve as Lab Assistants. These positions provide support to the lab coordinator, instructors, staff, faculty, and students working in labs, and instrument spaces in Williams Hall. Lab Assistants will assist students during a 3-hour lab session.
The Federal Community Work Program was established in 1995 as a part of the Federal Work-Study Program. The Federal Community Work Program was designed to help improve the quality of life in the greater Wooster Community and Wayne County.
The digital communications intern will assist with the maintenance and operation of the College’s website, wooster.edu. The intern will also provide digital and/or in-person support for various College events, including but not limited to the Experiential Learning Showcase, the MLK Commemoration, and Senior Research Symposium.
Assist the Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty Development with administrative tasks and special projects. Will have a high level of responsibility and attention to detail with the expectation to produce results with a high level of accuracy. This position requires an “in-person” presence. The position is approximately 5-7 hours per week.
The Environmental Studies Program hires a Student Assistant annually. This position provides general administrative support to faculty and staff in the program.
The Office of Marketing and Communication is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join us as a Graphic Design Intern. In this role, you will learn fundamental design and integrated marketing skills, while helping experienced designers develop and execute concepts.
Wooster’s HLC Self-study team (Professor Anne Nurse, Ellen Falduto) seek a few students to assist with various data collection, organization, and analysis projects relating to our upcoming Higher Learning Commission visit in spring 2023.
The Student Intramural Assistant is responsible for delivering assistance and support to the Director of Intramurals. The Student Assistant will be working with a team of other Student Assistant sand will coordinate, run, and officiate any Intramural Sport activity.
The internal communications intern position offers a chance to inform and engage the campus community through digital and print communication platforms. The internal communications intern will interact with various faculty and staff members on campus to gather information, prepare short news items, and contribute to stories about the work and achievements of students, faculty, and staff at The College of Wooster. The intern will regularly assist with all campus newsletters for faculty and staff and other digital and print publications produced by the office.
Instrumental Librarian Assistants are responsible for assisting the Scot Bands’ Staff with all library-related duties, as well as other logistical responsibilities associated with the Scot Bands.
The Instrumental Setup Assistant is responsible for the setup and breakdown of all large concert ensembles in the Department of Music, including the Scot Symphonic Band, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Wooster Jazz Ensemble, and Wooster Concert Band.
In this grant-funded position, the Department of Education is seeking lead tutors who will assist math and literacy tutors for students in grades 5 through 7 at Edgewood Middle School (EWMS). Lead tutors will be assigned a cluster of tutors who are hired as a part of the Middle School (grades 5-7) Mathematics and Reading Tutor program. The lead tutors will complete weekly check-ins with their assigned tutors and provide ongoing professional support and professional development to assist them in being successful with their tutoring clientele.
The primary functions of this position include staffing the assisting College of Wooster in providing basic reference service, shelving materials, stacks maintenance, and acquisition preparation. Persons holding this position are responsible for maintaining exceptional library services in the absence of full-time and/or part-time College of Wooster Libraries staff members.
Work with and support the functions of the operation of the College’s Central Stores.
The Department of Math & Computational Sciences is looking for qualified student workers that are interested in providing assistance to the facility as an MCS Peer Mentor, MCS Faculty Assistant, MCS Department Tutor, MCS Virtual Reality Equipment Assistant, or MCS Advanced Lab Assistant.
In this grant-funded position, the Department of Education is seeking math and literacy tutors for students in grades 5 through 7 at Edgewood Middle School (EWMS) in Wooster, Ohio, from 12:15 pm-2:45 pm daily, Monday through Friday. Students are required to be consistently available for at least two of the five days but can tutor up to five days a week. Tutors participate in required training (paid) in both math and literacy instruction by members of COW’s education department and EWMS’s math and literacy coaches. Transportation is available to and from Edgewood Middle School.
The Nursery School Student Assistant will assist the teachers caring for preschool children 3-5 years in a classroom setting. The assistant will support the teachers by assisting in a wide range of tasks. This job is for the Spring Semester.
The Qualitative Research Assistant will work closely with Dr. Pollock (Earth Sciences) and Dr. Schen (Director of Educational Assessment) to help analyze data from an educational assessment project. The Assistant will conduct a thematic analysis of text and produce materials for a professional presentation. This position is ideal for an advanced student interested in the links between education, professional development, self-efficacy, and identity.
This position is ideal for a student with strong interests and abilities in one of the following fields: English, Global Media and Digital Studies, Computer Science, Latin American history, journalism, visual art, design, and/or digital humanities more broadly.
The Office of Residence Life Office Assistant will be responsible for delivering assistance and administrative support to the Office of Residence Life. Employment will be a 20-hour-per-week position during the Academic year.
Supports the day-to-day security functions of the Department of Security & Protective Services at The College of Wooster. Expected to assist in a range of security and administrative functions, including patrol of campus interiors/exteriors as well as emergency response and assistance. Responsible for maintaining a safe campus environment for members of the college community and visitors.
Employees work in the scenic & electrical shop, Freedlander & Shoolroy Theatre to produce realized theatrical productions for the Department of Theatre and Dance. They may also be asked to support guest artists and non-departmental events. Employment is not determined based on ability to perform all of these items, but employees should be open to attempting or contributing to the tasks required and to trying something different and new. Due to power tools, working at heights and in a construction area, emphasis on safety at all times is imperative. Employees will be provided with PPE and are expected to use them, not show up to work impaired and be mindful of their colleagues.
As a Social Media Intern, you will work with the Office of Marketing and Communications to strategize and execute different methods to engage various audiences across social media platforms. This position is ideal for students interested in expanding their experience with social media marketing, photography/videography, writing and general communication skills.
Assist the faculty member with research. Will have a prominent level of responsibility and attention to detail. Must be able to produce results with a high level of accuracy. The department shall ensure that each student worker’s work is properly supervised and that hours worked are properly documented. There will be team and individual research projects as assigned. The hours vary depending upon the project needs of the faculty member (range of 3 to 20 hrs. per week) for Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Communications, English, Environmental Studies, Global Media & Digital Studies, Global & Intl. Studies, German, History, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Religious Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, Spanish Studies, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies.
A Dining Service Student Worker provides information, superior customer service, and a clean and welcoming environment to students, staff, faculty, and guests. Dining Services is looking for a detail-oriented person with solid multi-tasking ability who is also dependable, professional, and adaptable as needed. The student will provide professional customer service while completing assigned tasks at the Lowry Center dining hall.
Athletic stream commentators and stat spotters work with the Director of Athletic Communication, the Assistant Director of Athletic Communication, and the Athletic Facilities & Operations team to successfully execute a positive game-day experience for the 23 varsity athletic teams at the College. The department shall ensure that each student worker’s work is properly supervised and that hours worked are properly documented.
Student Photography Interns will perform photographic duties as assigned by the Director of Photography and other Office of Marketing and Communication staff. In this role, you will help create dynamic visual content that aligns with the College’s marketing priorities and can be used seamlessly across social media, web, and print platforms
The Department of Theatre and Dance is looking for a Departmental Photographer and Videographer, who is taking pictures and videos of various theatre productions, dance concerts, or any events. The department shall ensure that each student worker’s work is properly supervised and that hours worked are properly documented.
Student Assistant for Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. Assist with general office work such as; photocopying, faxing, filing, scanning, data entry, maintaining bulletin boards, TV monitor advertising, creating & distributing of posters/flyers, spreadsheets, and research. Requires accuracy, creativity, and attention to detail with the ability to meet deadlines. Must be highly organized and be able to work on projects. Applicants must have basic computer knowledge and familiarity with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, CANVA, etc., as well as the ability to complete online research.