Summer Positions

Summer Operations Assistant (SOA)

Summer Operations Assistants (SOA) perform a variety of duties during the summer break as our physical spaces are improved across campus. This position will challenge the abilities of the chosen candidates and offer them valuable business skills in communication and organization, as well as a basic understanding of facilities management. SOAs report to the Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations while receiving leadership from a Facilities and Operations Intern.

This position requires approximately fifteen (15) hours each week of on-site work and one (1) hour weekly staff meeting. This position also requires, two (2) “AllHands” days in which all staff members will be required to work 9 am to 6 pm. Housing Operations will provide lunch on those days. Site work takes place in any residential facility on central campus or Clairmont campus.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Room Preparation

  • Moving furniture, mattresses, and/or equipment
  • Identify cleanliness needs and assess damages
  • Perform minor cleaning
  • Submit work orders
  • Removing items from rooms
  • Assess condition of rooms
  • Perform minor repairs (changing drip pans, changing shower curtains, tightening loose screws, etc.)
  • Note progress of work being performed by contractors and Campus Services
  • Create lists of facility needs
  • Lock/unlock doors
  • Inventory and database management
  • Other duties as assigned

 Team/Staff Member

  • Attend all weekly staff meetings
  • Attend and participate in all staff training and team development sessions
  • Adhere to all University Code of Conduct and Residence Life & Housing Policies
  • Assist with other team duties as assigned

 QUALIFICATIONS

  • Emory or Oxford student in good academic and judicial standing
  • Able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment
  • Maintain at least a cumulative GPA of 2.75 if enrolled in summer course(s)
  • Possess an excellent customer service work ethic
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to perform physical labor/activities
  • Must be able to lift 50 pound, bend, walk for extended period of times, climb stairs, lift in tandem

IMPORTANT DATES AND REMUNERATION 

  • Mandatory training will be Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm and Sunday, May 12, 2019 from noon – 4:00 pm.
  • Dates of employment are Monday, May 13, 2019 – Friday, August 23, 2019.
  • SOAs are allowed five (5) personal days.
  • SOAs will be granted a 1 week mid-summer break (either 7/8-7/13 or 7/14-7/20 to be determined by the Assistant Director)
  • While employed, SOAs will share an apartment on the Clairmont Campus with other staff members.
  • A summer stipend of $1,000.00 paid in four monthly installments.
  • Summer housing assignments will end with employment. At that time, staff will need to transition to their fall housing assignment or an off campus location.

 Summer Operations Assistants are considered Housing Operations staff members, not student employees, and no formal relationship exists between Summer Operations Assistant staff members and the University.

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Visit Summer Operation Assistant Application to apply!  

All other inquiries regarding this position may be directed to:

Amanda Voegel

Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations Housing Operations

E: amanda.voegel@emory.edu

Summer Resident Advisor

The Summer Resident Advisor works full-time for the Maymester and Summer School Sessions. Summer RAs serve as a facilitator of community development, responder, administrator, role model, and team member for the residents of Summer School Housing. The Summer RA provides programmatic and logistical support to Clairmont Summer initiatives, and works collaboratively with the Clairmont Summer Team to ensure that all move-in and move-out procedures, and the overall residential experience for residents goes efficiently. The Summer RA is expected to treat other students, supervisors, and fellow employees with integrity, courtesy, and respect. All applicants must be current Emory Atlanta campus Resident Advisors. All Summer Resident Advisor summer travel plans must be pre-approved by the Complex Director. The Office of Residence Life and Housing will hire up to four (4)  Summer Resident Advisors.

 

Timeline:

  • Applications Open: Thursday, February 1st, 2018 (access here)
  • Applications Close: Thursday, March, 1, 2018
  • Interviews: Monday, March 19th – Friday, March 23rd
  • Applicants notified: Monday, March 26th, 2018
  • Mandatory Training: Sunday, April 15th, 2018 (7:00PM – 10:00PM)
  • Employment Dates: Wednesday May 16th --Monday, August 6th, 2018

 

Employment Dates:

  • Summer Resident Advisor dates of employment are Wednesday May 16th --Monday, August 6th, 2018, with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2018.

Application:

  • Please submit the following to apply:
    • A completed application form
    • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved 

Community Development

  • Be knowledgeable about university resources to help students find their niche in the wider campus community.
  • Be visible, regularly available, and accessible to address residents’ needs or concerns.
  • Perform as a mediator in conflicts among residents and staff.
  • Work cooperatively with residents to create a community of care that displays integrity and respect for the rights and privacy of others and promotes consideration of individual needs in a group living environment.
  • Assess students’ developmental needs and provide appropriate referrals to campus resources.
  • Educate residents about Residence Life and university policies.
  • Required to create one program per month

 

Team Member

  • Be available to attend weekly or bi-weekly meetings.
  • Meet regularly with supervisor.

 

Administrator

  • Assist University Conferences as a desk worker 5 hour per week. This may include assisting with linen shifts, conferences check-ins, and other duties as assigned. 
  • Act with integrity by preserving the confidentiality of personal information about students obtained in the course of employment and responsible treatment of all information to which access is given (e.g. rosters, keys, student ID cards, etc.).
  • Check and respond to email and other communications daily.
  • Complete and submit all paperwork as assigned by the supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Using When2Work, sign up for on-call shifts, assume scheduled on-call duty responsibility at night, on weekends, and/or during break periods.
  • Respond appropriately to students in crisis.
  • Be responsible for thorough and accurate communication and documentation of all violations of Residence Life policies and the Undergraduate Code of Conduct.

 

Role Model

  • Convey a positive attitude towards the Summer RA position and its duties and responsibilities.
  • Demonstrate ethical leadership by developing a space for students to be successful in their personal, academic, and professional pursuits.
  • Act as a positive role model for both fellow staff members and residents by consistently and reliably acting with honor, humility, and helpfulness and by not participating in questionable and unethical behavior. This includes modeling behaviors that do not violate the Undergraduate Code of Conduct and any other University or department policies.
  • Counsel residents regarding personal, academic, and ethical concerns.


Qualifications

  • Must have served at least one full year as an Emory Resident Advisor in good academic and judicial standing
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the Spring semester.

Remuneration

  • Compensation includes:
    • A single room in the Tower;
    • Maymester/Summer Resident Advisors will receive a furnished, private room in the Clairmont Tower for the duration of their employment. You must live in this room and be available for on-call duties and other responsibilities. Maymester/Summer RAs will be paid a total of $600 for the duration of the summer (paid in three monthly increments of $200/per month).
  • Each staff room will be furnished like any other student with typical furnishings. All furnishings are to be used properly according to Residence Life policies.

 

Important & Required Dates

  • Maymester
    • Move In: May 14, 2018
    • First Day of Classes: May 15, 2018
    • Last Day of Maymester Term: June 1, 2018
    • Move Out for Maymester: June 2, 2018
  • First Session
    • Summer School students may begin checking in at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 20, 2018. Students must move in no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday May 21, 2018
    • Classes begin May 21, 2018
    • Last Day Of Session 1 is June 29, 2018
    • Check out is June 30, 2018
  • Transition
    • Those not attending second session must vacate the rooms by 12PM noon on Saturday, June 30, 2018. Those attending first AND second session simply remain in their first session room for the second session unless otherwise assigned.
  • Second Session
    • Summer school students may begin checking in at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 1, 2018. Students must move in no later than 5:00 p.m. on the first day of classes.
    • First day of classes: July 2, 2018
    • Last Day of Session 2: August 10, 2018
    • Check out is August 11, 2018
    • Clairmont Campus housing will close at 12 noon on Saturday, August 11, 2018. Residents must vacate the rooms by 12PM noon.

 

Additional Information:

Scott Hackett, Complex Director

Office of Residence Life 

Emory University

Phone: 404.727.7115

Email: scott.a.hackett@emory.edu 

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Commencement Housing Assistant

Each May, the offices of Residence Life and Housing Operations offer Commencement Weekend housing for family members of Emory University graduates an affordable, convenient alternative to off-campus hotel accommodations. Double rooms and suites Raoul Hall are set aside for this program, and our offices provide guests with linens, parking, internet access, breakfasts, and a 24-hour staff to assist with any guest questions or lock-outs.

Our offices hire students to assist with the completion of varying tasks in preparation for and during Commencement Weekend in Raoul Hall. Commencement Weekend this year is May 10-14, 2019. 

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

Administrative:

  • Deliver and/or post all flyers and campus information as needed.
  • Check and respond when appropriate to voicemail and email daily.
  • Complete all paperwork as assigned by the Complex Director and submit them in a timely manner.
  • Do not speak to the media, press, or parents in the official capacity of a Commencement Housing staff member.
  • Preserve the confidentiality of personal information about students and Commencement weekend guests obtained in the course of employment and responsible treatment of all information to which s/he/ze is given access (rosters, locator cards, etc.).
  • Other duties as assigned.
Facilities:
  • Collaborate with the Raoul Resident Advisor (RA) staff to "flip" Raoul Hall from Spring operations to Commencement Weekend operations, including but not limited to reporting issues in rooms expected to be used by guests, moving furniture, and making beds.

Concierge Desk Coverage/Customer Service:
  • Assume scheduled Concierge Desk responsibility while Commencement Weekend guests are on campus as determined by the Complex Director.
  • Act as a positive representative of Emory University Conference Services each time you interact with guests at ALL times.

Remuneration:

  • A stipend of $500, will be paid at the end of May. Since you are not considered a full-time student during the summer, may be subject to all federal and state taxes, including FICA. 
  • A furnished bedroom in Raoul residence hall. You must live in this room to be available for on-call duties and other responsibilities.

Training & Meetings:
There will be brief mandatory training sessions on Sunday, April 28 (3:30pm - 5:30pm), as well as daily briefing sessions Wednesday, May 8 through Wednesday, May 15. 2019.

Online Application due by March 3, 2019.  Dates of Employment are May 8 - May 15, 2019.

Questions about these positions may be directed to Elijah Ajayi at elijah.ajayi@emory.edu or at 404.727.0428.

Pre-College Resident Advisor

Resident Advisors in the Pre-College program work full-time while the program is in session (June 9th – July 31st, 2019), and have some spring and summer training commitments leading up to the summer sessions. All positions include a generous stipend, a private, furnished residence room, and during employment, a campus meal plan. Selected applicants are not allowed to have any outside employment or take summer classes during the Pre-College program. All applicants must be current Emory students.

 

The Office of Residence Life will hire 15 - 17 Resident Advisors for Summer 2019 Pre-College.

Application:

  • Applications are due Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at 5:00pm.
  • Application: Here.

New Applicants:

  • Interviews will take place March 4th - 8th
  • Offers will be made March 18th 

Pre-College dates of employment are June 9th, 2019 - July 31st, 2019.

 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Working closely with other staff members to accomplish the overall mission of the program by attending to the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of pre-college students
  • Coordinate an interactive parent blog experience
  • Attending mandatory daily staff and team meetings to discuss student concerns and student programming.
  • Organizing and leading daily daytime, evening, night, and weekend programs/activities that appeal to a diverse group of students.
  • Adhering to assigned work schedules and maintaining accurate housing operational records.
  • Working with the OISP Summer Intern and Pre-College staff of Emory College of Arts and Sciences to establish appropriate methods of articulating program and academic expectations and enforcing program rules.
  • Clearly articulating program and academic expectations and standards to students.
  • Enforcing Pre-College program rules consistently and fairly; following up immediately on student behavior problems as directed during training.
  • Performing daily customer service operations such as handling student check-in and check-out, explaining procedures, giving directions, and reporting specific needs/concerns of students.
  • Providing a staff presence at various pre-college program functions around campus, including but not limited to College 101 and class co-curricular field trips.
  • Preparing Pre-College program housing prior to students’ arrivals.
  • Sharing on-call responsibilities with other Pre-College program RAs and responding to emergencies at all times.
  • Attending mandatory training sessions during spring semester.
  • Participating as a member of a staff team that will be composed of two ACUHO-I intern, one Program Coordinator, and 15 - 17 Resident Advisors.
  • The Resident Advisors are responsible for sharing ideas, problems, concerns, and suggestions for possible improvements with the Intern and the Program Coordinator, in addition to helping and supporting fellow staff team members.
  • Being helpful, friendly, and willing to assist pre-college students in any way possible.
  • Serving as a positive role model and resource for all Pre-College program students.
  • Being a visible and accessible presence throughout the program. Be aware of student concerns and problems, and immediately report critical information to the Program Coordinators.
  • Planning and assisting with social and recreational activities during the program.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

  • Must be an Emory or Oxford College student in good academic and judicial standing.
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the spring semester or during the summer prior to the start of the Pre-College session.
  • May not be enrolled as an Emory summer student during summer school sessions A or B. May not hold another position of employment during the Pre-College program.
  • Must be able to demonstrate attributes of both a team player and a leader.
  • Must possess an excellent customer service disposition.
  • Must be able to serve as a resource for and a positive representative of Emory University.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and must be approved to drive University vehicles by the Office of Risk Management.
  • Must pass Emory University Human Resources background check.
  • Experience within a PC/Windows XP environment is helpful.
  • Previous Residence Life experience or experience with other pre-college programs preferred.

 

Employment Dates

Pre-College dates of employment are June 5, 2019 - July 31, 2019 with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2019 and summer before the Pre-College program begins. Because of these training responsibilities, students are NOT allowed to take courses or hold a job or internship that conflict with these dates.

 

Remuneration

Pre-College Resident Advisors will receive a furnished, private room on central campus during the precollege dates of employment. RAs will also receive a meal plan during their employment. You must live in this room to be available on-call duties and other responsibilities. First-time Pre-College RAs will receive a $2,300 stipend, paid in two monthly installments (June and July).

 

Returning Pre-College RAs will receive an extra $500 for each summer they have worked for the program.

 

RAs will receive days off as part of a rotation of student staff. These dates will be determined after training begins.

 

Application

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed application.
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved.
  • At least one letter of recommendation to be e-mailed to Jake.horvath@emory.edu

 

Additional Information

Jake Horvath    /    Jake.horvath@emory.edu

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Pre-College Driver

Drivers in the Pre-College program work part-time while the program is in session (June 9th – July 31st, 2019), and have some spring and summer training commitments leading up to the summer sessions. All positions include a private, furnished residence hall room. Selected applicants are allowed to have outside employment or take summer classes during the Pre-College program, but will be responsible for 12 - 15 hours per week. All applicants must be current Emory students.

 

The Office of Residence Life will hire 8 - 10 Drivers for the 2019 Pre-College Program.

Application:

  • Application is currently live Here.
  • Applications are due Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at 5:00pm.

New Applicants:

  • Interviews will take place March 4th - 8th

  • Offers will be made March 18th

 

 

Pre-College dates of employment are June 9, 2019 – July 31, 2019.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities shall include but are not limited to:

  • Working closely with other staff members to accomplish the overall mission of the program by attending to the safety, well-being, and enjoyment of pre-college students
  • Attending team meetings to discuss student concerns and program logistics.
  • Driving daily for evening, night, and weekend programs/activities that appeal to a diverse group of students.
  • Adhering to assigned work schedules and maintaining accurate housing operational records.
  • Working with the OISP Summer Intern and Pre-College staff of Emory College of Arts and Sciences to establish appropriate methods of articulating program and academic expectations and enforcing program rules.
  • Clearly articulating program and academic expectations and standards to students.
  • Enforcing Pre-College program rules consistently and fairly; following up immediately on student behavior problems as directed during training.
  • Performing daily customer service operations such as handling student check-in and check-out, explaining procedures, giving directions, and reporting specific needs/concerns of students.
  • Providing a staff presence at various pre-college program functions around campus, including but not limited to class co-curricular field trips.
  • Attending mandatory training sessions during spring semester.
  • Participating as a member of a staff team that will be composed of two ACUHO-I intern, one Program Coordinator, and 15 - 17 Resident Advisors.
  • The Drivers are responsible for sharing ideas, problems, concerns, and suggestions for possible improvements with the Intern and the Program Coordinator, in addition to helping and supporting fellow staff team members.
  • Being helpful, friendly, and willing to assist Pre-College students in any way possible.
  • Serving as a positive role model and resource for all Pre-College students.
  • Being a visible and accessible presence throughout the program. Be aware of student concerns and problems, and immediately report critical information to the Program Coordinators.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Must be an Emory or Oxford College student in good academic and judicial standing.
  • Must be able to commit to the entire summer dates of employment, including training that occurs during the spring semester or during the summer prior to the start of the Pre-College session.
  • Must be able to demonstrate attributes of both a team player and a leader.
  • Must possess an excellent customer service disposition.
  • Must be able to serve as a resource for and a positive representative of Emory University.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and must be approved to drive University vehicles by the Office of Risk Management. This approval process includes a check of the candidate’s driving record.
  • Must pass Emory University Human Resources background check.
  • Must be available 12 - 15 hours per week.

 

Employment Dates

Pre-College dates of employment are June 9th, 2019 – July 31st , 2019 with some training responsibilities during Spring Semester 2019 and summer before the Pre-College program begins.

 

Remuneration

  • Pre-College Drivers will receive a furnished, private room on Main Campus or Clairmont campus for the summer.
  • Drivers will receive days off as part of a rotation of student staff. These dates will be determined after training begins.

 

Application

Please submit the following to apply:

 

Additional Information

For additional information, please contact:

Jake Horvath

Office of Residence Life

Emory University

Jake.horvath@emory.edu

 

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Pre-College On-Campus Programming Coordinator

Our Mission:

The Office of Residence Life, through collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and the community, provides multifaceted living-learning campus environments designed to promote year-round personal growth and development. 

Goals of the Internship Experience:

The goals of the Pre-College Program Coordinator experience is to provide an unparalleled experience working and learning in a summer Pre-College Program at a mid-sized private university. The Program Coordinator will work closely with and supervise students from Emory and collaborate with students and staff members from many different departments in the Division of Campus and the Emory College of Arts and Science at Emory University.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Organize all on campus programs (orientation, graduation, and movie night)
  • Coordinate all Pre-college catering needs and food supplies
  • Co-plan and facilitate staff training
  • Attend all major trips
  • Manage Pre-college budget(s) and reconcile reimbursements
  • Coordinate Pre-college participant room assignments
  • Serve, as appropriate, as initial hearing officer for any student conduct issues
  • Co-facilitate staff meetings
  • Serve in on-call rotation
  • Organize and manage all student off-campus forms
  • Contribute to/update Pre-College Program Coordinator Manual
  • Purchase RA programming supplies
  • Coordinate building flips between sessions with University Conferences team
  • Oversee and maintain Pre-college residential facilities
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Employment Dates:

This position will run from May 20th - August 3rd, 2019. These dates may be flexible, depending on needs of the intern selected. Interns may not hold outside employment for the duration of the internship and candidates who are not taking summer coursework are preferred.

 

Work Hours:

A staff position in the Pre-College Program cannot easily be translated into hours worked per day or week because of the unique nature of the responsibilities and circumstances. The position requires a genuine personal commitment, flexibility, and good understanding of the unpredictable nature of the actual time involved.  This position involves some evening and weekend responsibilities.  Vacation time will be coordinated with direct supervisor.

 

Compensation Package:

  • A fully- furnished, one bedroom apartment.  Apartments are air conditioned and have cable and internet.
  • A staff parking permit
  • A Stipend of $5000 for the summer’s work (pay may be prorated dependent on arrival/departure dates)
  • Free meals at the DUCling when the DUCling is open for conference clients.
  • Access to the Student Recreation Center at the Clairmont Campus (includes a beautiful outdoor swimming pool)

 

Applications timeline:

  • Applications are due Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at 5:00pm
  • Interviews will take place February 18th - 22nd, 2019
  • Offers will be made Thursday, February 28th, 2019
  • Offer acceptance deadline is Wednesday, March 6th by 5pm.

 

Pre-College dates of employment are May 20, 2019 - August 3, 2019.

 

Application

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed application form: Here
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved.
  • Two letters of recommendation from faculty and/or staff submitted to Jake.horvath@emory.edu.

 

About Emory University:

Emory University is recognized internationally as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. The University consists of an outstanding liberal arts college, highly ranked professional schools, and one of the largest and more comprehensive healthcare systems in the Southeast.

Emory is enriched by the legacy and energy of Atlanta, whose downtown is located 15 minutes away. There are 13,400 students enrolled at Emory, about half pursuing undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts, nursing, or business and the rest enrolled in graduate and professional programs. A palpable sense of community and social connection exists on campus; and because of Emory’s size, students are nurtured in a way not possible at larger institutions.

Emory has a long tradition of emphasizing fine teaching. It is the most ethnically and religiously diverse university of the top 20 national research universities and is the only one that remains religiously chartered. Emory was founded by the Methodist Church in 1836 at Oxford, Georgia, where Oxford College of Emory still operates.

For more information, please see our website at http://precollege.emory.edu/ or please contact:

 

Jake Horvath

Office of Residence Life

Emory University

Jake.horvath@emory.edu

Pre-College Programming and Driver Coordinator

Our Mission:

The Office of Residence Life, through collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and the community, provides multifaceted living-learning campus environments designed to promote year-round personal growth and development.

 

Goals of the Pre-College Program Coordinator Experience:

  • To provide an unparalleled experience working and learning in a summer Pre-College Program at a mid-sized private university
  • To work closely with and supervise students from Emory and collaborate with students and staff members from many different departments in the Division of Campus Life and the Emory College of Arts and Sciences at Emory University

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Supervise 4-6 Pre-College (PC) Drivers
  • Co-plan and facilitate staff training
  • Organize academic co-curricular trips in collaboration with Pre-College faculty
  • Create and manage small trips programming calendar
  • Manage programming supply budget and reconcile small trips reimbursements
  • Attend all major trips
  • Point person for all major trips
  • Serve, as appropriate, as initial hearing officer for any student conduct issues
  • Co-facilitate staff meetings
  • Serve in on-call rotation
  • Check rental vehicles regularly for damage, mileage, etc.
  • Contribute to/update Pre-College Program Coordinator Manual
  • Create PC Driver work and day-off schedule
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Employment Dates:

This position will run from May 20th - August 3rd, 2019. These dates may be flexible, depending on needs of the intern selected. Interns may not hold outside employment for the duration of the internship and candidates who are not taking summer coursework are preferred.

 

Work Hours:

A staff position in the Pre-College Program cannot easily be translated into hours worked per day or week because of the unique nature of the responsibilities and circumstances. The position requires a genuine personal commitment, flexibility, and good understanding of the unpredictable nature of the actual time involved.  This position involves some evening and weekend responsibilities.  Vacation time will be coordinated with direct supervisor.

 

Compensation Package:

  • A fully- furnished, one bedroom apartment.  Apartments are air conditioned and have cable and internet.
  • A staff parking permit
  • A Stipend of $5000 for the summer’s work (pay may be prorated dependent on arrival/departure dates of the intern).
  • Free meals at the DUCling when the DUCling is open for conference clients.
  • Access to the Student Recreation Center at the Clairmont Campus (includes a beautiful outdoor swimming pool)

 

Applications timeline:

  • Applications are due Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at 5:00pm
  • Interviews will take place February 18th - 22nd, 2019
  • Offers will be made Thursday, February 28th, 2019
  • Offer acceptance deadline is Wednesday, March 6th by 5pm.

 

Pre-College dates of employment are May 20, 2019 - August 3, 2019.

 

Application

Please submit the following to apply:

  • A completed application form: Here
  • A resume and listing of activities in which you are involved.
  • Two letters of recommendation from faculty and/or staff submitted to Jake.horvath@emory.edu.

 

About Emory University:

Emory University is recognized internationally as an inquiry-driven, ethically engaged, and diverse community whose members work collaboratively for positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in teaching, research, scholarship, health care, and social action. The University consists of an outstanding liberal arts college, highly ranked professional schools, and one of the largest and more comprehensive healthcare systems in the Southeast.

Emory is enriched by the legacy and energy of Atlanta, whose downtown is located 15 minutes away. There are 13,400 students enrolled at Emory, about half pursuing undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts, nursing, or business and the rest enrolled in graduate and professional programs. A palpable sense of community and social connection exists on campus; and because of Emory’s size, students are nurtured in a way not possible at larger institutions.

Emory has a long tradition of emphasizing fine teaching. It is the most ethnically and religiously diverse university of the top 20 national research universities and is the only one that remains religiously chartered. Emory was founded by the Methodist Church in 1836 at Oxford, Georgia, where Oxford College of Emory still operates.

For more information, please see our website at http://precollege.emory.edu/ or please contact:

 

Jake Horvath

Office of Residence Life

Emory University

Jake.horvath@emory.edu