Part-Time Jobs in Ross-Ade and Mackey Available

From Keith Molter, Assistant Director of Operations, Levy Restaurants:

If you’re seeking a part time campus job this fall, Levy Restaurants, Inc. is currently seeking new Team Members to fill the following positions at Ross-Ade Stadium and Mackey Arena beginning in Fall 2015:

  • Ross-Ade & Mackey Arena Concession Stand Supervisors
  • Servers, all venues
  • Bartenders, all venues
  • Suite Attendants, Ross-Ade Stadium
  • Suite Captains, Ross-Ade Stadium
  • Shively Club Attendants, Ross-Ade Stadium
  • Dessert Cart Attendants, Ross-Ade Stadium
  • Food Runners, Ross-Ade Stadium & Mackey Arena
  • Kitchen Prep/Production, all venues
  • Room Set Ups, all venues
  • Dish Room Attendants, all venues

Ideal candidates are …

  • Customer service oriented
  • Seeking more than one semester of part time work in the foodservice hospitality and sports entertainment industry

Levy Restaurants at Purdue offers…

  • On-campus employment with highly competitive wages and flexible work around your school schedule!  (note:  this is not considered workstudy!)
  • Free meals during shifts
  • Uniforms

Interested?  Please forward your resume and cover letter ASAP to kmolter@levyrestaurants.com.  Interviews will begin August 24, 2015.

Multinational Integration Xchange

MIX or the Multinational Integration Xchange is an initiative designed to provide every new international student with the opportunity to have a meaningful, intentional, and purposeful interaction with a returning domestic student.

More than a program, MIX has a vision for improving the climate of our campus.  MIX wants to help make Purdue feel like a home where all students see themselves as part of the Boilermaker family.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:  Are you interested in being paired with a domestic student who can help you get used to campus?  Do you have questions or concerns about studying at a US university?  Do you want to meet and get to know a domestic student right away?  If so, this is a great program for you.  Here is a link to the application: https://www.ippu.purdue.edu/ssl/mix/mixin.cfm.

  1. FYI:  It asks for a phone number and an address.  If you do not have a local phone number yet, just enter 00000000000.
  2. If you don’t know your address yet, you can enter 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN, 47907 for now.

DOMESTIC STUDENTS:  Are you excited to meet people from around the world?  Are you interested in learning about other cultures?  Do you want to develop a more global perspective for campus life and beyond?  If so, MIX is a great opportunity!

  1. If you are interested in attaining a cross-cultural certification, please send an e-mail to IPPrograms@purdue.edu.  You can achieve the certification independently on-line or by attending one of our highly interactive culture certification sessions with a cross-cultural partner.
  2. Returning student this fall, you can apply to be a MIX partner. This is a GREAT opportunity!

Getting Involved at Purdue (Fall 2015)

Getting involved at Purdue is both easy and difficult. It’s easy because there are 900+ clubs and organizations, not to mention outlets for those interested in music, religion, community service, Greek life, and more.  It’s difficult because the sheer amount of choice can be overwhelming!  We encourage you to attend a few call-outs (open meetings for new members), even if it’s your first semester.  It’s a great way to meet a variety of people, build new skills, and explore budding interests.

Call-outs typically happen the first few weeks of each semester, but Fall semester is definitely the key time!  Here are some great resources to investigate your options:

BoilerLink: Your home for Purdue clubs and organizations. Shortcuts to different categories of organizations, like religious, cultural, club sports, and hobbies can be found on the B-Involved page.

Greek and Co-op Life: Great ways to meet people and make a difference in your school and community.

Civic Engagement and Leadership Development: Is it time for you to realize your leadership potential?  Find out by investigating the many leadership and community volunteer opportunities at Purdue!

Heart & Soul, Purdue Bells, and All Campus and Community Chorale (AC3): Love music, but don’t want the full-on Glee Club or Purduettes commitment?  Consider one of these groups!

ROTC:  For those looking to serve their country through the armed forces!

Purdue Convocations:  Are you interested in bringing hot new shows to Purdue?  Or maybe you just want to usher for a few hours and get to see a show for free in the process?

Community Standards Board: Students who love law and want to participate in helping students find their best path might like this opportunity to serve!

 

Student Employment Options (Fall 2015)

There are many places on campus (and slightly off campus) where you can earn some extra cash during the semester.  Note: Some locations will employ only students who are Federal Work-Study, so check your financial aid status before you interview.

Student Employment I: The Division of Financial Aid has created an excellent website to help you not only find a job on-campus or close by, but to prepare for the interviews, as well.  This page has separate listings for Work-Study candidates to ease the search!

Student Employment II: Purdue has brought together many of the on-campus job opportunities onto one searchable page.

Recreational Sports Center: Are you an active person interested in fitness and health?  These might the jobs for you!

Information Technology at Purdue: Lots of different types of jobs for those with interests in computers, technology, and problem-solving.

Housing & Food Services: Flexible, student-friendly schedules and great experience-building.

 

Coaching Opportunity (August 2015)

Malone’s Gymnastics Center, located at 3242 West 250 North in West Lafayette, is hiring energetic individuals interested in working with boys and girls ages 18 months and older. Coaching opportunities are available with beginning level gymnasts through team. We are also hiring dance, cheer, and tumbling instructors. Hours range from 2 to 12 hours per week. Some daytime hours available but the majority of hours are from 5-7:30 pm Mondays – Thursdays.  Weekend birthday parties may be available on week by week basis ~ No weekends required. Gym closures coincide with Thanksgiving break, winter break, and spring break.

A background in gymnastics is preferred.  A love for children, patience, and an ability to teach are required. Paid training. If you are interested, please contact Sara at admin@malonesgym.com.

Camp Tecumseh YMCA Job Opportunity

From Meg Piechocki, Retreats Staffing Specialist, Camp Tecumseh YMCA:

Camp Tecumseh YMCA is looking for individuals who seek experience working with children.  Each weekend, we see several groups such as Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Church Groups, YMCA parent child programs, Family Camps, etc.  We typically have 200-600 youth and adults each weekend.

We are looking for students to run our program areas for the different groups.  Students would run program areas such as: Archery, Crafts, Rock Climbing, Canoeing, etc. No prior experience necessary. We offer paid training, which will teach you how to run each area. This job is a great opportunity to build your resume and get more experience working with children.  We pay $7.50-$9.00 an hour.  We are located about 25  minutes (18 miles) north of the Purdue – West Lafayette campus.

If you would like more information, please send an e-mail to megp@camptecumseh.org or call (765) 564-2898.