On Campus Opportunities
The following positions have been posted in the past. These positions provide great opportunities to build your resume and gain valuable working. Click here to see what positions are available.
- Bates Health Services – Peer Educator
- B-Well fitness and wellness program Intern
- Harward Center – Volunteer Coordinator
- Biology, Chemistry, Psychology Departments – Lab Assistant, Animal Care Worker, Neuroscience Research Assistant, Aquarium Technician
- Career Development Center – Med Studies Office Assistant
- Office of Sustainability – Eco Rep, Sustainability Assistant
- Physical Education/Athletics – Lifeguards, Assistant Coaches, Instructors
Student Research Positions
During the academic year, and most often during the summer, many professors hire students to work with them on a research project. Student Academic Research Assistant positions are not always advertised through the Student Employment Office. Information for such positions can be found at the Dean of the Faculty’s Office.
Becoming an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) requires attending a Maine state approved EMT class. The class runs for 120 hours and teaches the participants everything from basic first aid and back-boarding spine injuries to splinting fractures and assisting with specific medication administration.
Bates EMS sponsors an EMT class each year which usually meets 2 nights per week with an occasional weekend session. The price of the class is approximately $500 but can be less depending on the number of students. Those who successfully complete this training course will be certified as EMT-Basics. Participants must then take a written and practical exam to be licensed in the State of Maine. These tests also grant certification for the National Registry of EMT’s which makes it easier to work as an EMT in different states. Click here to read more.