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Appendix

Complete List of Student Labor Departments

The following section is a list of prospective areas of employment for students. 

College Departments

The following list includes all campus labor departments who have allocations for the 2018-2019 academic year and where students may be assigned to work.  Students are encouraged to contact departments directly to inquire about vacancies and application procedures. Labor positions must be secured before registering for Fall classes during the Spring Term.   Check the Academic Calendar for exact dates.   Departmental information can be found on the Berea College website:  http://www.berea.edu/directory/

Academic Vice Pres/Provost & Dean

Admissions Office

African & African-American Studies

Alumni Relations

Annual Giving (Phonathon)

Appalachian Center

Art

Asian Studies

Athletic Department

Berea Bridge

Berea College Craft Edu Outreach Program

Berea Outdoor Recreation Program

Biology

Black Culture Center

Boone Tavern Hotel

Brushy Fork Institute

Campus Activity Board

Campus Christian Center

Campus Life Recreation & Wellness

Career Development

Carter G.  Woodson Center

CELTS Berea Counts - Summer Only

CELTS Berea Reads - Summer Only

CELTS Bonner Scholars

CELTS Student-Led Programs

Center for International Education

Chemistry

Child and Family Studies

Child Development Lab

Chimes

College Farm

College Relations

Communications

Community Partnership- Save the Children

Community Partnerships MACED

Community Partnerships Peacecraft

Comprehensive Wellness Program

Computer Science

Conference Services

Continuous Improvement Department 

Convocations

Counseling Services

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - BC Visitor Ctr & Shoppe

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - Broomcraft

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - Ceramics

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - Distribution Ctr. Office

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - Log House Craft Gallery

Crafts Student Labor St. P/R - Weaving

Craft Student Labor St. P/R - Woodcraft

Dining Services

Draper Building Office Services

Economics and Business

Ecovillage

Education Studies

Educational Technology

English

Environmental Health & Safety

EPG Instructional Program

Facilities Management - Grounds

Facilities Management - Housekeeping Public Buildings

Facilities Management - Office Administration

Facilities Management - Solid Waste Recycling

Facilities Management - Storeroom

Farm Store

Financial Affairs

Financial Affairs - SSC/Cashiering

First Year Initiatives

Foreign Languages

Forestry

Forest Outreach Center

General Education

Health and Human Performance 

History

Human Resources

Hutchins Library

Information Systems and Services

Institutional Research & Assessment

Integrated Marketing Communications 

Internship Office

Labor and Student Life Office

Labor Program and Student Pymts. Office

Mathematics 

Music

Nursing

Office of Academic Services

Partners for Education 

Peace and Social Justice Studies

Philosophy 

Physics

Pinnacle

Political Science

Post Office

President's Office

Printing Services

Psychology

Public Safety

Registrar

Religion

Residence Halls - Facilities Assistants

Residence Halls - HVAC Maintenance

Residence Halls - Maintenance-Paint

Residence Halls - Zone Maintenance

Residence Halls- Housekeeping Residence Halls - Summer

Science Library

Seabury Center

Sociology

Student Financial Aid Services

Student Government Association

Student Life - Hall Leadership

Student Life - Office

Student Support Services (formerly Emerging Scholars)

Summer Success Experiences

Sustainability

Sustainability & Environmental Studies

Technology & Applied Design

Theatre 

Women's and Gender Studies

Writing Resources

Community Partners

In addition to the on-campus departments listed above, the College has participated in community partnerships with off-campus agencies to provide additional labor experiences and to further our commitment to community service. Agencies with whom we have had long-standing partnerships include: Peacecraft, MACED, and Save the Children. 

In the past, these organizations have served as primary labor departments in lieu of on-campus work. Limited positions exist with these agencies.  However, students interested in working with one of these agencies may contact them directly.