Can I apply for Multiple Jobs?
Yes, you can apply for as many jobs as you like. If you are applying for more than
one job, please rank the positions (1=first, 2=second, 3=third, etc). Please only
choose 3 positions in total.
Who can apply for a Job at the new Recreation Center?
Any current full-time or part-time West Chester student can apply. We will be accepting
applications throughout the year in the event that more student employment is needed.
What jobs are available in the new Recreation Center?
We will be accepting applications for all positions throughout the semester in the
event that openings become available.
Where can I get more information regarding each job oppurtunity?
At the top of the website, there are links to detailed job descriptions for each position.
What hours can I expect to work?
Each student has a unique schedule, so we work to help you schedule hours that will
best accommodate your busy schedule. Students, on average, can expect to work between
5 - 8 hours per week.
I have another job on campus; can I still apply to work in the Recreation Center?
Yes, you can still apply to work at the Recreation Center if you have another job
on campus. However, if you are student receiving financial aid as "work study", you
may not apply since you have been assigned to anothere department. Once your contract
year is completed, you may request to be transferred to Campus Recreation.
When can I expect to hear back after I turn in an application?
Even though we are still accepting applications we will contact you in the event that
openings become available. We keep all applications on file.
How will I know if I am not selected for an interview?
If you turned in an application and you are not invited for an interview, you will
receive an email notification.
Can I apply if I am work-study?
Yes, you can still apply if you are work-study. Please note that all work-study students
can only work a maximum of 10 hours per week.
I'm stuck on some of the application components. What references are available on
campus that can help?
There are many resources avaialble on campus if you need help on the appliction.
- Writing Resources: WCU Writing Center offers free writing consultation services to all WCU undergraduate and graduate services.
- Application Questions, Reference Questions, and Interview References: The Twardowski Career Development Center, located on the second floor of Lawrence
Center offers a variety of services and resources to assist students and alumni with
starting and advancing your career, for example:
- Individual appointments for assistance with identifying major and career options
- Career exploration and job search resources in our resource room and online
- Resume writing assistance and personalized feedback
- Interview advice and preparation
- Career fairs, on-campus interviews by employers, and other networking connections
- Twardowski Career Development Center
Who can I contact if I have more information?
Specific questions can be addressed to the following individuals:
- Brynn Crognale for Facility Supervisors and Recreation Attendants
- Max Stutman for Facility Supervisors and Recreation Attendants
- Delaney Bowes for Group Fitness Instructors and Personal Trainers
- Steve Sassaman for Climbing Wall Monitors
- General questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- We can also be reached by phone: 610-436-1REC