I am looking for workers to fill positions at athletic events such as ticket takers, scoreboard operators, concession workers, ball retrievers (for soccer and volleyball), etc. Working an event includes set-up and take-down of the event, so each event you would get approximately 4 hours. If you need work-study hours, please come see me in the Connor Convocation Center. My office is located to the right of the lobby (coming in) and in the back right corner. We will have games/matches in between semesters as well over the winter break if interested.
This is an off campus position: 10 per week Description:
THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED for the FALL SEMESTER, due to COVID-19 and the limitation of K-12 schools to visit the Station.
The Biology Field Station is seeking students to assist with our K-12 STEM outreach programs. This work entails providing tours for school groups and other visitors to the Field Station, and also teaching hands-on lessons related to the Ohio River and our research.
Hours: 5-10 hours plus off campus networking and events Description:
Zembrodt Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Fellows
The Zembrodt Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation aims to enhance diversity within the business profession by providing opportunities for exceptional early-career entrepreneurs, business students, and all students across campus. The ZCEI Fellows Program is an opportunity for Thomas More University students to help shape the university and elevate the entrepreneurship experience of all TMU students, the campus community, and the off-campus entrepreneurship community. Participants must vary in experience and class standing and be committed to working with their colleagues. A growth mindset and curiosity are characteristics we value at the ZCEI Fellows.
The Zembrodt Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Fellows Program is a mentorship program designed to provide the following experiences to participants:
Start-up opportunities (start or grow a business)
Networking and industry connections
Support and career development
2024-25 Program Design
The tentative schedule of the program is as follows: Expectation is to devote 5-10 hours a week during the week and meet in person for our weekly meetings. The weekly meetings will happen Monday through Friday between 8:15 and 4:30pm (with some after-hours activities).
Participate and lead the More Co. (part of your hours of expectation, not additional)
Participate in co-curricular programming of the ZCEI
Provide thoughtful feedback on the ZCEI student-related initiatives, co-curricular programming, and services
Contribute to the continuous improvement of the ZCEI within the university based on current perspectives of the student body
Increase brand awareness with other students and represent the ZCEI student body; this includes creating/updating a LinkedIn account.
Assist the Director with the execution of programming; examples include pitch competitions, speaker series, panel discussions, site visits etc.
Participants will have an end-of-semester evaluation to determine their standing in the program.
Participants must meet or exceed the program expectations to remain in the Fellows program.
For students graduating in December, their program ends in December, and they can then join the Fellows Alumni Group.
To apply to the ZCEI Fellows program, submit a resume and a one-page cover letter detailing how you expect to benefit from the program and what value you see yourself bringing to the group. In the cover letter, be sure to answer the following questions: What is your passion, what do you want to do with your degree, and what are you interested in outside of Thomas More outside of class studies?
Deadline: 5pm on February 29, 2024
Applications will be reviewed, and interviews will begin on March 18, 2024, conducted by the Director and current ZCEI Fellow cohort.
Submit your application to email@example.com with “ZCEI Fellows Application” in the subject line.