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East Carolina University offers many different positions for undergraduate or graduate students to work. Many students do not have the time to work with their course load, but if you feel as though you are able to work, some of the jobs offered at ECU are listed below.

1. Restaurant Worker

There are many restaurants on campus, and ECU hires some new workers each semester. Therefore, you can always find an opening at the end and beginning of each semester on campus. You could find yourself working at Subway, a dining hall, Chick Fil A, Chili’s, or some other restaurant on campus. This is a good job if you do not feel like you can work very often.

2. Mail Worker

 

ECU has to deliver mail to the thousands of students that live on campus throughout the semester. Therefore, ECU has to hire people that sort all of this mail, and it is a daily job. ECU will work around your schedule, so you may only work two or three days a week, but you will work those days all semester long. This is a good job choice if you feel comfortable working a consistent two or three days all semester.

3. Referee for Intramural Sports

 

Intramural Sports last all year long, but different sports can range from lasting a day to two months. Depending on the sport you want to referee, you may not work much. However, this job will surely not be boring, as you will watch students play sports. This is the job for you if you like sports!

4. Cashier

 

Depending on the person that you are, this may not be the job for you. If you are good with people, them you may love this job, and ECU has many different cashier positions across campus. This job is similar to a restaurant worker in the amount of hours that you will receive. The many positions include NSO offices, snack stores, and the Dowdy Store.

5. Student Recreational Center Worker

 

The Student Rec Center has many different positions to offer for student workers. The different positions include the front desk and being a trainer. The facility is huge, and ECU is constantly having open positions at the Center.

 

If you feel as though you have time to work while in college, ECU makes sure that you can find a position on campus. The main thing to consider is to make sure that you apply before the semester begins. This will allow you to be considered for as many positions as possible.

 


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Matthew Jennette

I'm pursuing an English Education Major and Psychology Minor at East Carolina University. I'm in the Honors College, and I'm also an Access Scholar. I enjoy writing, and my purpose as a OneClass Blogger is to help future students get around East Carolina University and succeed in classes! I am very reachable, and if you have any questions about my articles or about East Carolina University in general feel free to contact me: Email Address: [email protected]


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