On-Campus Student Employment
As part of the Life After College Strategic Plan initiative, the College implemented an On-Campus Student Employment program. The goal of this program is to provide students with the opportunity to learn and develop valuable career-related skills while working on campus. The program provides progressive responsibilities within many departments; in some cases providing supervisory skills. Built into the program are a performance evaluation process, professional development, career exploration and skills-based programs that help to better prepare students for life after college.
Benefits of Working on Campus:
- Gain Experience in a Professional Environment
- Opportunity to Apply Classroom Learning
- Gain Transferable Skills
- Explore Interests
- Convenient & Accessible Way to Earn Money
Skills Gained through Student Employment that Transfer to Post Graduate Experiences:
- Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
- Oral and Written Communication
- Teamwork & Collaboration
- Digital Technology
- Global & Intercultural Fluency
Looking for more information?
Current students should visit the On-Campus Student Employment site on the mySMC portal. Here you will find resources on resumé writing, how to find & apply for positions posted on Handshake and a calendar of events.
Watch a video of our students sharing the work they do on-campus. Spring 2018 Student Employees at Work
For more information please contact Sasha Keck, Coordinator of On-Campus Student Employment, firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.654.2953
Saint Michael’s College is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity, in compliance with applicable provisions of state and federal law that prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, gender identity, age, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, religion, sexual orientation, veteran or military service status, HIV-positive test result status, genetic information, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic, as such characteristics and prohibitions are defined by applicable law.