The 2017 Part Time Employment Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, August 24, outside by the fountain area. (Rain location will be held in the Blue Ridge conference rooms, which is located behind the fountain). The Part-Time Employment Fair aims to connect both Work Study and Non Work Study students with prospective on- and off-campus employers.
Check out this year's list of participating employers and keep checking back for later additions!:
|Aramark (WCU Dining)||Athletics|
|Bardo Arts Center||Campus Activities|
|Campus Recreation and Wellness||Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning|
|College of Business||Creative Services|
|Department of Social Work||Facilities Maintenance|
|Financial Aid/ America Reads, Counts program||Hunter Library|
|Intensive English Program||International Programs and Services|
|Institutional Planning and Effectiveness||Mentoring and Persistence to Success (MAPS)|
|Office of Admissions||Orientation|
|Parking and Transportation Services||Photography/ Videography Services|
|Ramsey Center||School of Health Sciences|
|School of Teaching and Learning||University Health Services|
|UP Program||WCU EMS|
|Writing and Learning Commons||Both WS and NWS|
|Axis Security||Brio Tuscan Grille|
|Canyon Kitchen||Food Lion|
|Great Smoky Mountain Railroad||Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Resort|
|Holiday Inn and Express||Lake Junaluska|
|Lowe's||Mountaintop Golf and Lake Club|
|Nantahala Outdoor Center||Trillium Links and Lake Community|
We always encourage students to bring copies of their resumes to all employment fairs.
Check out the Center for Career and Professional Development's Professional Handbook for tips on how to write a resume. You may also make an appointment to have a resume critiqued or you may come in during our drop-in hours from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Our office is located in 150 Reid -- Please use our direct entrance, which is located at the very back of Reid. It faces the paid lot and the road.
No, students are not expected to come dressed in professional clothing; however, your appearance still matters when speaking with potential employers. Please choose clothing on the conservative side, make sure your clothes are wrinkle free, and avoid offensive clothing.
Once you have been hired by a department on campus, they will give you an hourly hiring form. You will need to bring this, along with your bank information for direct deposit and your government approved IDs to the CCPD for Non Work Study or Financial Aid for Work study positions to complete the hiring paperwork. You are not cleared to begin working until you have completed this step. Please see more information on new hires on our New Hires page.