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UT Recycling is looking for students to fill positions for Fall 2017.

  • Student worker positions (must be able to work 20 hours per week), paid at $8.00 per hour
  • Work Study positions (through Financial Aid Office), paid at $7.25 per hour
  • Unpaid Internships for class credit
  • Unpaid Internships for experience

If you are interested in a paid position, check with the Financial Aid Office to see if you qualify for Work Study and have been awarded it for this year.

For class credit, check with your adviser on signing up for internship credit. No experience necessary.

Available positions include, but are not limited to the following general areas:

• NEW Student Garden Manager:

From November 2017 – February 2018, the Student Garden Manager (SGM) will work alongside the Garden Coordinator in all aspects of the planning and approval process. This includes coordinating meetings with shareholders, assisting on garden design, making presentations, maintenance plans, and other documents, and working in the UT Kitchen Gardens. When the garden gets started (tentatively March 2018) – August 2018 the SGM will be in charge of managing the campus garden.

• Accounting & Data Tracking Assistant

• Graphic Designer

• Operations and request

For all positions, please verify your eligibility for Work Study then send a resume and/or a brief explanation of why you are interested, the type of position you are interested in (Student Worker, Work Study, Internship for class credit, internship for experience), the hours you are available to work between 8am and 5pm M-F, and resumes to

  • Please list any work experience that you feel may be beneficial to UT Recycling.
  • Please list the position(s) in which you are interested in, and explain why you are interested in this position.
  • List the days and hours that you will be available to work. UT Recycling is in operation during the following: M-F between 8:00am and 5:00pm.

** If you are unable to upload your resume please email it to:

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