Alejandra Garcia
Looking for a campus job? Look no further, the Wesleyan Human Resources department can help out. e Human Resources department,located on the ground  oor of the Administration building, assists students in getting jobs on campus. BreAnne Vincent, administrative assistant, said it is good for students to get a job on campus because the supervisors work around the students’ schedules.

“It’s an easy process,” Vincent said. “[And] any work experience will bene t students.”
Vincent said the HR department has a list of available jobs and students are welcome to pick one up. She said they are also available to view online.
 e process of acquiring a job begins with the student confirming with Financial Aid if they were awarded Federal Work Study.  en the student goes to the HR o ce and completes an

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application. Vincent said it is the student’s responsibility to contact the hiring supervisor by phone or in person to schedule an interview.
A er the interview has been set up, students need to bring a copy of their application, their class schedule and work availability to the hiring supervisor.Vincent said student workers can only work up to 20 hours a week during fall and spring, but, in the summer students can work up to 29 hours per week.
Jobs on campus vary every semester, she said.  e jobs are only for one semester, but, if the student would like to continue working that job they can reapply.
Clay Lawson, junior business management major, said he has never worked on campus but thinks it is a good idea. “I think it’s convenient,” Lawson said. “It’s cool that they work around it [class schedule].”However, Lawson said 20 hours may not be enough for some students.Oscar Lazarky, senior business major, said he has been a student worker at the Morton Fitness Center for two and a half years.Lazarky said students should get campus jobs because it is more convenient and Wesleyan is a good place to work.“I love working here,” Lazarky said. “It’s a great place to work .”