Posts Tagged ‘work’

Saints Baseball via Internet

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

As a Saints baseball alumnus I consistently try to catch as many games as possible. However, with school, internships, and “away” games it has been difficult at times. Thankfully, the sports information department does a fantastic job at providing live stats and occasionally live video of the games. I know they also do this with other CSS sports and events, which makes it really convenient for families, friends, and supporters of our programs to tune in to all of the action. Be sure to checkout the CSS athletic home page to find the sporting events you are interested in attending or pulling up live feed on your phone or computer!


Working at Scholastica

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

I am one of the lucky students to be able to work on campus at St. Scholastica. I actually have four jobs on campus, some requiring more time than others. The first job I got on campus was last fall when I became a game management person. For that job, I do tasks that involve for the smooth operations of a sports game. My second job was becoming a writer for our campus newspaper The Cable. Although I do not make much, it is so fun to go out and listen to what people have to say and write about it! My third job is housekeeping. For that, I clean the Benedictine commons and surrounding areas three times a week. This is hard work, but it pays for my car payments. My fourth and final current job is writing this blog post. Out of all these, I think writing blogs is my favorite because I can write about what I want, when I want. Definitely apply early and to many jobs because working on campus is amazing!

Student Employment

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

One of the great things about the College of St. Scholastica is the opportunities for student employment on campus. As I look back over the past 6.5 years of time I spent through undergrad and grad school, I’ve held six student employment jobs. These jobs were essential in providing me with the ability to pay for books, food, gas, rent, etc. The jobs I held include student blogger, teaching assistant, statistics tutor, game management personnel, team laundry, and assistant baseball coach. Other opportunities for students include storm’s/green view dining room workers, library assistants, Help Desk staff, BWC staff, intramural referee, grounds/maintenance, admissions representative, tour guides, etc. The possibilities are endless and you need only do a bit of searching and ask. Every college student enjoys a bit of extra cash flow coming in and there is really nothing quite as convenient as on-campus employment. Not to mention the hours are pretty good and the department/employer is always understanding of student obligations. Another perk is being able to put these jobs on your resume. Be sure to look into what you can do to earn money during your time as a student at St. Scholastica.

Working on Break

Sunday, January 7th, 2018


Day 5 of D.C.

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Today with Upward Bound, aka the best on-campus summer job you could ever have, we saw the King and I! On our summer trips we often see a theatre show. This year, we saw The King and I at the Kennedy Center. We dressed up all fancy and watched a star-studded cast perform one a musical version of one of my favorite children’s movies. My summer job has wonderful perks and is intrinsically rewarding as well. As the trip is ending however, I just can’t help but feel a bit down.