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    Students who work on campus make valuable connections with other students, faculty and staff here at St. Kate’s. Practical reasons to work on campus include: flexible scheduling around your courses, athletic events or other campus activities, convenient access (no car required!), and the fact that on-campus jobs pay more than the federal minimum wage.


The libraries regularly offer student employment opportunities in circulation, media services, technical services, and archives and special collections.

MLIS students can apply for graduate assistantships to gain valuable work experience during their time in the program.

The Lead Building Coordinator will be a liaison between the Building Coordinator staff and the Operations Coordinator/Information Specialist of Student Center and Activities. The Lead BC will provide leadership to Building Coordinator staff through role modeling and leadership development training. The Lead Building Coordinator will create a communication, training and accountability link between the SCA staff and the Building Coordinator staff.

The Student Building Coordinator is a key student leadership position within Coeur de Catherine and will serve as the lead person in overseeing the operation of the Coeur de Catherine Student Center when the Student Center and Activities Office staff is not present. Student Building Coordinators are primarily focused on security, situation management, and inspections of the Student Center facility for safety and maintenance. Building Coordinators will ensure smooth operation of the facility and assist those within the Student Center in a professional manner.

Commuter Advisors (CA) serve incoming first year and transfer commuter students on St. Catherine University’s St. Paul campus. The advisor will serve as a point of connectivity and guide for the incoming commuter students. Overall, the commuter advisor will assist the commuter student in finding community at St. Kate’s. A CA must be energetic and flexible because of the nature of the program, hours worked per week will be flexible.

The Graphic Artists are responsible for creating unique and innovative marketing pieces for Student Center and Activities events and student organization events and programs. Projects include, but are not limited to: semester and monthly calendars, unique publicity for Orientation Selection, Activities Fair, Honors and Awards, student events and programs, and more.

The Information Center Lead has responsibility for the smooth, efficient operation of the Information Center and provides direct supervision to the Information Center Assistants. The Information Center Lead works with the Information Center Student Assistants to ensure that they serve as ambassadors for the Student Center and Activities Office and the University in providing a welcoming environment for all those within the facility. The Lead is also an integral part of training and hiring Information Center Assistants.

The Information Center serves as a primary source of information about the campus for the community at the University and visitors to the campus. The Information Center Student Assistant is an ambassador for the Student Center and Activities Office and the University and will provide a welcoming environment for all those within the facility. The Information Center Student Assistant will provide an array of campus wide information and assistance to individuals in the Student Center as well as telephone requests. In addition, the Information Center Student Assistant will complete special projects as assigned.

The Lead Team is a collaborative team of students who work together to create and provide leadership opportunities and training for other students on campus. There is no hierarchy and each member has equal power and responsibility. The LEAD Team provides leadership training through various on-campus projects and workshops. Any organization or group on campus can contact the LEAD Team to have a workshop/session done for that group. All workshops/sessions are FREE and anyone on campus is welcome to use our services.

The Orientation Student Coordinator is an integral part of the Fall Orientation program. In helping train the Orientation Student Staff and helping new students and their families make a positive transition into St. Catherine University, the Orientation Student Coordinator position allows a student to make a meaningful contribution to the University.

Orientation Leaders are role models as well as sources of support and information for new students. They play a major role in facilitating the adjustment of new students and their families to the St. Kate's community. They share accurate information about academic, personal, and social resources while working collaboratively with faculty, professional staff, and student staff from other areas on campus. In helping new students make a positive transition to St. Kate’s, Orientation Leaders are some of the best-informed students on campus and are part of a dynamic team.

The Transfer Orientation Student Coordinator is an integral part of the fall Orientation program. In helping train the Transfer Orientation Student Staff and helping new transfer students make a positive transition into St. Catherine University, the Transfer Orientation Student Coordinator position allows a student to make a meaningful contribution to St. Kate’s.

The Transfer Orientation Leader facilitates the transition of new transfer students to St. Catherine University by helping to build connections between the new transfer students and the University community (faculty, staff, and students). Provide information to transfer students that will assist them in succeeding both in and out of the classroom.

The Music Series Pulse Coordinator is responsible for the smooth, efficient operation of Pulse programming and serves as the direct student contact person for Pulse performers. This coordinator also splits the job of marketing the movie and music series on campus with the Organization Event Coordinator. Finally, this position along with the Organization Event Coordinator creates a schedule to have a Pulse staff member present at each event.

The Saturday Cinema Coordinator is responsible for the smooth, efficient operation of Pulse programming and serves as the direct student contact person for club and organization reservations. This position also works with vendors to secure films for the Saturday Cinema series. This Coordinator also splits the job of marketing the movie and music series on campus with the music Coordinator. Finally, this position along with the Music Series Coordinator creates a schedule to have a Pulse staff member present at each event.

The SCA Office Student Assistant is a key member of the SCA staff. The Assistant will greet and assist all visitors to the office, answer incoming calls professionally, complete errands around campus, manage Coeur de Catherine publicity, work on special projects and additional duties as assigned.

SEEK, Social Events and Experiences for Katies, is a student activity fee funded programming team comprised of 9-11 students who each play a vital role in creating and facilitating unique and engaging programming for St. Kate’s. Each SEEK member is responsible for a specific area of programming such as films, Dew Drop Bop, Twin Cities events, social justice and lectures, music, day brighteners, and special events. SEEK works together as a team to create interesting programs and serve the entire St. Kate’s community. SEEK members learn how to develop and execute programs as well as participating in leadership development opportunities.