The Office of Student Engagement wants you!
Are you interested in learning applicable skills and developing your leadership during your time at college? Check out the descriptions below and feel free to email the supervisors of each area with any questions yo may have. We’re always looking for new, passionate student employees!
- With Intercultural Program, you can help the SU community become more aware of cultural, diversity, and social justice issues in under the supervision of Maggie McCampbell Lien.
- With Shenandoah Outdoor & Adventure Recreation, you can plan and lead outdoor adventure trips, seminars and workshops, and learn life saving Wilderness First Aid Skills under the supervision of Alice Morgan.
- With Intramural Sports and Fitness, you can keep score or referee at games, maintain the Fitness Center, and become a personal trainer under the supervision of Matt Levy.
- With Shenandoah Greenworks, you can promote environmental awareness, create and lead sustainability programming, and help the make the Shenandoah campus a better place for the Earth under the supervision of Alice Morgan.
- With the Brandt Student Center, you can help students and visitors better enjoy their time on campus at the Information Desk, supervise the Game Room, and manage events in the Student Center under the supervision of Amanda Levy.
- With the Campus Activity Network (C.A.N.) and Student Government Association (S.G.A.) you can plan programs like cookouts and movies night, and shape campus policy under the supervision of Doug Stump.
- With the Pepband, you can play music and represent the spirit of Shenandoah University under the supervision of Doug Stump.
There are also summer and graduate student positions available within OSE!
Benefits of working for OSE include; leadership training and opportunities, free certifications, professional development seminars, opportunities to attend professional conferences, and lots of free food.
Shenandoah University has three types of work programs for students:
- Federal Work Study
- Community Service
- Institutional Work Study
These programs are awarded by the Financial Aid Office. These programs are based on need, which requires each student to file a FAFSA form. The average award for a semester is $750. A normal work week consists from 8 to 10 hours. Graduate or SEP positions have the potential to work as much as 20 hours per week. Students receive paychecks twice a month. This money can be used at the student’s discretion.
Students who are awarded by the Financial Aid Office are assigned a position by the Office of the Vice President for Administration & Finance. Student’s receive a Work-Study Placement Form and are asked to complete it and return it with their award letters to Financial Aid. Some jobs are off-campus and require students have transportation. If you are willing and have transportation, please indicate this on your paperwork.