Student Worker Program
Reunion student workers are a vital part of making Commencement and Reunion weekends successful. The work can be demanding, but it is also meaningful and fun. During your free time, we encourage you to take advantage of the variety of activities available, but please remember that work commitments are your first priority. Compensation is for hours worked and includes meals and housing.
- Able to remain on campus until approximately the end of the second Reunion weekend
- Able to work full-time (at least 35 hours per week)
- Free of all other commitments during this time
- Able to attend Reunion training in April, on a weekday evening TBD.
- Have a W-4 and I-9 form on file with Payroll or Student Financial Services
You may wear clothes you do not mind getting dirty, e.g. jeans, sweatpants/shirts, shorts, t-shirts, closed-toe shoes.
Duties include, but are not limited to, cleaning furniture and floors; vacuuming; cleaning bathrooms and equipment; dusting; changing linens/making beds; etc. Note: Quality cleaning is detailed work and you will be held to strict standards.
The hours for housekeeping include an unpaid hour break for lunch and two paid 15-minute breaks during the day scheduled by your work coordinator. Each work coordinator will turn in a daily attendance sheet, which will include the actual hours worked during that day.
You must wear a white top, black slacks or skirt, and dark, closed-toe work shoes for all Dining Services shifts.
Sets up and replenishes buffet, washes dishes.
Helps collect meal tickets/check-in.
Washes and puts away china/silver/glassware.
Preps and cleans kitchen.
Assists dining room and with dishwashing.
Sells tickets for purchasing beverages.
Serves food at events.
You must wear a Reunion Student Worker t-shirt and casual pants or shorts.
Provides transportation to alumnae, guests and Reunion staff around campus. Must be SGA van certified.
For this job shift, you will come to the Alumnae House and go wherever another Reunion student worker is needed. You will need to be flexible and prepared to do a variety of jobs. If more alumnae show up for a meal than are expected, or another Reunion student worker calls out, or the registration tent is swamped, you will be asked to report wherever you are needed and save the day! And just like a true superhero, you will need to bring clothes that will work in lots of places. Got your white top and black skirt or pants? Are your shoes close-toed? Do you look professional and awesome? (Bring or wear appropriate clothes in case you are needed for a Dining Services shift).
Note: You will be required to sign in at your designated location as “On Call”.
Assists the Office of Alumnae Relations with alumnae check-in.
Ribbons and Bags
Distributes parade ribbons to alumnae at the Alumnae Parade line up. (Reunion shirt and casual pants/shorts).
Takes inventory of all ribbons on hand following Reunion II parade. Packages and stores unused ribbons in the Alumnae House.
Smith Travel Program Assistant
Provides assistance to the Smith Travel Program by passing out brochures, collecting information and other tasks as assigned.
Assists with preparing the brass standards for the parade.
Conference Center Assistant
Assists with many of the evening events at the Conference Center. Must be outgoing and willing to interact with faculty and event guests. Reunion student workers will be greeting guests, helping supervise and set up Reunion dinners, and performing other tasks as assigned.
Graduation Chair Wiper/Chair Removal
Set up and/or remove chairs for Commencement.
Outreach Assistant Ribbons
Assists the Office of Alumnae Relations with ribbons for both parades.
Assists with parades and other tasks as assigned.
Greets guests and assists with coats, wraps, bags and umbrellas, if necessary. Directs alumnae and guests to appropriate seating and locations.
Parade Assistant Banner Carrier*
Assists assigned class during both Reunion weekends. Additional job and shift information will be provided during mandatory parade training.
Parade Assistant 1776 Brass Standards*
The 1776ers are non-Reunion year attendees who choose to march as the last group. Additional job and shift information will be provided during mandatory parade training.
Helps with the Alumnae Parade by carrying signs, pushing wheelchairs, assisting specific classes, seating alumnae, passing out programs, etc. You must wear all white with black shoes. You should wear either a top and pants/skirt or a dress. No shorts. If you have a parade shift, you must attend the mandatory training each week.
*Remember to wear all white clothing with black shoes.