Student Employment & Internships

 

The Office of Visual & Performing Arts offers opportunities each semester to work or intern in a variety of positions within the performing arts venues, The Ware Center and The Winter Center.  Students have the unique opportunity to gain experience in arts presentation within the following areas:

 

  • Event Coordination & Planning
  • House Management & Event Support
  • Stage Management
  • Technical Support
  • Business Operations
  • Graphic Design & Marketing
  • Arts Programming
  • Campus & Community Engagement
  • Set Up & Tear Down
  • Front Desk & Box Office Support  
  • Accessibility Services Support

 

We are currently seeking the following positions in BUSINESS, COMMUNICATIONS AND PRODUCTION:

 

BUSINESS OFFICE ASSISTANT

ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER - STUDENT WORKER

DIRECT MARKETING - ARTS AMBASSADOR - PAID INTERNSHIP

GRAPHIC DESIGNER - MARKETING COORDINATOR - STUDENT WORKER

GRAPHIC DESIGNER - STUDENT WORKER

SOUND, LIGHTING AND EVENT TECHNICAL SUPPORT - STUDENT WORKER

EVENING FRONT DESK - THE WARE CENTER - STUDENT WORKER

 

 

 

Please click the links above to view descriptions of current positions. Student worker position or Internship as described above. For additional information, contact Amy.Banks@millersville.edu.

 

How to become a Student Employee for the Office of Visual & Performing Arts

 

Step 1: Fill out an Application

Step 2: If you are hired following the completion of this application, you must complete the background checks below prior to starting work. These forms and instructions on completing them can be found at Student Payroll Services. Click on Background Clearance Instructions.

 

  • ACT 34 –Criminal Record Check
  • ACT 151 – Child Abuse History Clearance
  • ACT 114 – FBI Federal Criminal History –Fingerprinting

 

Step 3. After these background checks have been completed, come to the Payroll Office located at 106 Dilworth Building with the following documents:

 

  • Request to Hire form from the department you will be working in
  • Photo ID (MU ID, driver’s license, military ID)
  • Original Social Security card
    • If you do not have the original SS card and only a photocopy, a birth certificate or a passport  can be used as original documentation along with the copy for the I-9 form)
  • Proof of completed background checks
  • Blank check, bank issued direct deposit form, or a letter from your bank with account information for Direct Deposit of your paycheck

 

Step 4. After the above documentation is collected and verified by one of the payroll staff, they will give you new hire paperwork to complete. Give yourself at least 15 minutes to complete the packet.

 

 

IMPORTANT - Rules and guidelines student employees must follow:

 

1. You must be a registered student in order to work on campus as a student employee

2. Student employee’s can work a maximum of 30 hours per week during fall & spring semesters. This includes hours worked in one  Department or multiple Departments on campus

3. International Students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week during fall & spring semesters. This includes hours worked in one Department or multiple Departments on campus

4. During summer and week long semester breaks, student employees can work up to 40 hours per week. This includes hours worked in one Department or multiple Departments on campus

5. If a student employee’s gpa falls below 2.0, the student will be on hours restriction for the rest of the semester and may work up to 20 HOURS per week

6. 0ne 2 week pay period begins on Saturday and ends on friday