A one-stop doorway to part-time work, full-time reward

Published 01.28.2022

Student News
Faculty & Staff

Old Lycoming Township Volunteer Fire Co. personnel stand ready to meet with those willing to pitch in, a perpetual need in the world of emergency response.Among the ever-helpful college employees in attendance, Army ROTC instructor David E. Tice staffs a tableful of information for those interested in Bald Eagle Battalion service.Participants at the fair – some busily meeting with visitors to their tables, a few acknowledging the photographer in his second-floor perch – spread out across the Field House floor.In addition to familiarizing students with intramurals and other extracurricular athletic pursuits, Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of campus recreation, let visitors spin the wheel for swag.Confirming the Baja SAE vehicle's all-terrain versatility, teammates – each of them pursuing a bachelor's degree in manufacturing engineering technology – take to the snowy outdoors: Isaac H. Thollot (left), a first-year club member from Milford, and Caleb J. Harvey, a senior member from Pittsgrove, N.J.Tuesday's Spring Involvement & Part-Time Job Fair provided students an opportunity to talk to members of student organizations, learn more about campus recreation and leadership opportunities, and find a part-time job – all in one convenient location! There were free water bottles and a chance to win $50 gift cards at the event, a collaboration between the Office of Student Engagement and Career Services.
Photos by Kollin G. Kisner, student photographer