Monday- Thursday 8:15am-6:30pm
Want to work for Us?
The Center for Student Engagement employs more than 80 students a year. To find out about available work study positions click here
To find out about available intern positions click here.
Work study Positions
Each year the Center for Student Engagement employs more than 80 students in a variety of positions. If you're interested in any of the positions below, simply download an application and email it to the designated staff member listed under each position.
Remember, you must be approved for Federal Work Study to work in the Student Engagement
Tasks include: Answering telephone, filing, photocopying/faxing, data entry, and running errands. Other duties as assigned. Applicant must be able to perform duties with limited supervision. Office experience is helpful. Position duration: Full Semester, with the option to be rehired in future semesters. $10.00/hr.
Monday - Thursday: 8:00am- 6:30pm, Friday: 8:00am-5pm (fall and spring semesters)
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm (summer)
Info Hub Attendants
Info Hub Attendants:
The Information Hub (Info Hub) Attendant maintains desk operations throughout the week. This includes: helping customers, selling tickets, answering telephone and emails, photocopying/faxing/printing, distributing T-passes, lockers, other departmental arrangements, and keeping the work area clean.
The Info Hub Attendant will also maintain the operation of the Pool Hall. This includes: checking out pool equipment and collecting IDs, making minor repairs to equipment, facilitating games, maintaining noise level throughout the space, and keeping the game area clean.
Info Hub Attendants will provide exemplary customer service by providing information about campus, giving directions, and positive daily interactions with those who use the Flanagan Campus Center. Applicant must be able to perform duties with limited supervision. Office experience is helpful. Excellent customer service, and knowledge of Wentworth and offices around campus is a plus, but will also be covered during training.
The Info Hub is open seven days a week as early as 6am and as late as 11pm so there are plenty of opportunities that will fit your schedule.
- Click here to fill out an application for summer 2016. Contact Linda Bernazzani at firstname.lastname@example.org nd your application and questions to Melanie Hentz at with questions.
Assists the Weekends@WIT committee in the planning, promotion, setup, and breakdown of all activities and events sponsored by the W@W committee during day/weekend evening hours. Applicants will often help committee with time-sensitive projects, posting advertisements, as well as updating/maintaining W@W social medial accounts. Applicants MUST be available to work Saturday evenings from 9:00pm often until late into the evening. Applicant must possess effective leadership, management, and decision-making skills. Please provide resume with application. Opportunities for html and website work available please include this skill on resume. Applicants should take initiative, be team players, and have positive attitudes. Applicants are expected to remain in the position for the entirety of the academic year. $10 per hour (Multiple Positions Available)
- Click here to download an application. Send your application or your questions to Jen Cheng at email@example.com
The Wentworth Mascot is responsible for drumming up excitement at events. The Leopard pumps up the crowd at all sorts of campus and community events including Wentworth Opening Week (WOW), Family Weekend, Weekends@WIT events, Admissions Open houses etc. You never know when the Leopard will pop up next! Applicants must be enthusiastic, energetic and willing to work some nights and weekends. The mascot works on an as needed basis so you can also choose to work regular hours in the Office of Campus Life or at the Info Hub. $10.00 per hour.
- Contact Matt Giannelli at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
What about Leadership positions?
The Center for Student Engagement also oversees a number of leadership positions including Commuter Assistants and Orientation and WOW staff. However, these positions are not work-study positions, but are student leader positions. Anyone wishing to become a student leader should visit http://wit.edu/student-leadership/
Applications are collected at the start of each spring semester.