Evergreen provides tools to help students and graduates find work.
You may want to find flexible part-time work while you are attending Evergreen to help defray your educational costs. Evergreen provides many tools to help you with this process, including reasonable accomodation in employment for on campus positions. We also provide help with searching for Summer Jobs.
Work, internship and volunteer opportunities are learning opportunities.
You can use volunteer and community service experiences as well as work experiences to round out your resume. Supervisors of internships and volunteer experiences can write letters of recommendation for your portfolio as well as your current or past employment supervisors.
Training provided through the Student Employment Office will help you to be a more knowledgeable and effective employee in your current job and are also designed to help you in future jobs at Evergreen or other places.
The mission of the CARE Network is to deal creatively and constructively with conflict on campus by providing relevant training and development; encouraging members of the community to discuss issues early and execute strategies for solving problems before they escalate; providing clear, accurate and consistent information about how to address conflicts; and supporting those recovering from conflict.
In the event a student employee feels unjustly treated with regard to pay, termination, or other employment-related circumstances, that student should follow the steps outlined on the conflict resolution webpage.
If you believe that you have been discriminated against or harassed because of your race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or age, you should seek out the advice and assistance of the Civil Rights Officer in the Human Resources Office. The current Civil Rights Officer is Nicole Ack. Her office is in LIB 3238 and her phone number is (360) 867-5371.
The Evergreen State College promotes the health and well being of its community of staff, faculty, and students. The college recognizes substance abuse as a serious yet treatable condition.