Student Employment

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Campus Recreation depends on over 200 students to assist in the operation of the Student Recreation Center and the programming produced by IM sports, Fitness & Wellness, Aquatics, Sport Clubs, and the Tribe Adventure Program. Some specialty positions have a seasonal hiring schedule contact the appropriate program director with questions in your interest area. 

 Current Employment Opportunities

Graduate Assistant position available for 2018-2019

We currently accepting applications for multiple graduate assistant positions. Admission to the graduate school is required before an offer can be made. The deadline for graduate school applications is January 15, 2019. You are strongly encouraged to apply early.

You can learn more about the graduate program in the William and Mary School of Education here: 
W&M Higher Ed. Program

Job descriptions & contacts:

Facilities & Aquatics for more information, contact [[rhgough, Bob Gough]], Associate Director, Facilities & Aquatics 


Intramural Sports 
for more information, contact [[rjtigh, Joe Tighe]], Associate Director, Intramural Sports


Outdoor Recreation 
for more information, contact [[mswhite, Michael White]], Assistant Director, Outdoor Recreation


Sport Clubs for more information, contact [[dwgardner, Dan Gardner]], Assistant Director, Sport Clubs

Graduate Assistant Package (subject to change)

Category

Total Package*

Tuition payment per Year

Stipend per Year**

        

Tuition payment per semester

Doctoral - Full-Time

$23,760.00

$15,760.00

$8,000.00

$7,880.00

Masters/EdS - Full-Time

$19,760.00

$15,760.00

$4,000.00

$7,880.00


*Out-of-state students who receive $4,000 in stipend per year are eligible for an out-of-state tuition waiver. "Tuition waiver" means that out-of-state students will be charged tuition at the in-state rate. This adds an additional $17,594 (the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition) to the assistantship benefit.

** Before taxes. Paid every two weeks throughout the contract period.

NOTE:  These rates reflect the packages provided for positions paid for by the Department of Campus Recreation. Students in positions paid for by other offices on campus, off-campus, or by grants may receive a different package.  Distribution between tuition and stipend may be adjusted when tuition rates increase.

 

Fall 2018 Student Employment Opportunities

We are accepting applications for the upcoming academic year. Take a look at all of the positions we need filled ranging from Facility Operation staff, Patron Service Assistants, Lifeguards, Intramural Officials, and Climbing Wall Assistants and find the fit that is right for you. 

 

Lifeguards Needed for the Spring Semester

 

Campus Recreation is hiring qualified lifeguards for the '18-'19 Academic Year. Our upcoming Lifeguard tryouts are:

Wednesday, November 14, 12-1pm, Student Rec. Center Pool
Friday, December 7, 4-5pm Adair Hall Pool


Please complete the application on our website and contact 
[[rhgough, Bob Gough]] Associate Director, Facilities & Aquatics with inquiries.

Intramural Officials


IM Officials are hired on a seasonal rotation, see full details here. Questions may be sent to [[rjtigh, Joe Tighe]], Associate Director, Intramural Sports.

Group Fitness & Personal Training

 

Interested in becoming a Group Fitness Instructor? Take your first steps in becoming certified through our upcoming training course.

Questions may be sent to [[jvrueh, Jenny Dunfee]], Associate Director, Fitness & Wellness.

Campus Recreation Student Employee Application

 

Take the first step towards working with Campus Recreation by completing this application