Dining Services relies upon student help in the fast food shops, dining centers, catering, convenience stores, snack areas and offices. Job opportunities are very flexible and work locations are very convenient to classes and residence halls. Students may work two or three meals shifts a week and every other weekend, just weekends, days, or even just evenings. Most students choose to work from 12 to 20 hours per week...it's up to you!
Dining Services pays some of the highest student wages on campus!
Wages range from $7.40 to $10. Many students earn higher wages through longevity increases or promotional opportunities. Positions available include food service workers, cashiers, supervisors, office managers, computer analysts, graphic artists and unit managers. We welcome work study students!
Secure your preferred job NOW or check us out during FastTrack. Then simply move in and begin classes! If you find that your schedule has changed or you would prefer a different job or possibly even a different location, just let us know and we can work it out. So, think money and give us a call!
Begin working your freshman year!
According to Rick Kincaid, editor of Student Employment: Linking College and the Workplace, "The Freshman Year Experience," working does not typically interfere with academic responsibilities. In fact, working students demonstrate better time-management skills. It is also a great way to get involved in campus life and to meet interesting people.
To apply for a position with EMU Dining Services, you must complete an application. You can complete an application online by clicking
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Make sure to open the application document in Adobe Acrobat Reader (default), fill out and save to your computer.
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