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Student Employment Opportunities

Reunions 2020

Student workers and performers are a key component to the success of Reunions. Listed below are student employment opportunities during Reunions 2020, May 28–31. If you are interested in working during Reunions, please complete the Reunions 2020 Student Employment Application indicating your employment interest. The application is a requirement for most of the employment opportunities listed below, regardless of whether you have worked Reunions in the past. Failure to submit the Reunions 2020 Student Employment Application by 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 15, 2019 will make you ineligible for any job opportunities that require the application.

Please note: In order to be hired and paid by the University, a student worker must have the necessary I-9 payroll form (employment eligibility verification) on file with the Student Employment Office (Morrison Hall) by May 15, 2020. The I-9 form is available on the Student Employment website.

If you have any questions, please email pureunions@princeton.edu

Alumni Engagement Crew

Alumni Engagement hires a crew of 8-10 students to assist with the overall logistics of running Reunions. Work starts on the Tuesday before Reunions and concludes on the afternoon of Sunday, May 31, 2020.

Duties include, but are not limited to: providing general information to alumni about Reunions, supporting the major reunion crews, delivering items around campus, posting signs, staffing events, dealing with lost and found, and assisting with the P-rade.

Crew members must have a valid driver's license and be golf cart-certified by the University to drive a golf cart. Each crew member is provided a wristband and campus housing.

Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA) Crew

The APGA hires a student crew composed of graduate and undergraduate students to oversee the logistics of running the graduate alumni reunion headquartered at the Cuyler-1903 Courtyard. Work begins the Monday or Tuesday before Reunions and concludes on the afternoon of Sunday, May 31, 2020.

Duties include, but are not limited to: working alumni registration, setting up and breaking down the headquarters site, overseeing children's activities, posting signs, tending bar, stacking tables and chairs and setting up for meals.

Crew members must be SCARS certified by the University (classes offered in the spring) to serve alcohol and be golf cart-certified by the University to drive a golf cart. Each crew member is provided with a wristband and campus housing for Reunions.

PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for the APGA to finalize its crew roster is Thursday, March 5, 2020.

Campus Dining

Campus Dining serves more than 35,000 meals to alumni/guests during Reunions and hires a large student crew to support this endeavor. Housing is provided and each worker has the option of purchasing a Reunions wristband. Applicants will receive an email from Campus Dining in March 2020 requiring them to complete a second application on its website. Preference is given to students who are employed by Campus Dining throughout the academic year.

Golf Cart Crew

The Golf Cart Crew supports University Services in overseeing the alumni golf cart rental program, securing the crew headquarters golf carts at the end of each night, and providing a roving campus taxi service (Reunions Rover) for alumni with mobility issues. Work starts on the Tuesday before Reunions and concludes on the afternoon of Sunday, May 31, 2020. Crew members must have a valid driver's license and be golf cart-certified by the University. Housing is provided and each worker has the option of purchasing a Reunions wristband. 

Housing Crew

Undergraduate Student Housing hires a student crew during Reunions. Work starts on the Tuesday or Wednesday prior to Reunions and concludes on the morning of Sunday, May 31, 2020. Duties include, but are not limited to: canvassing dorm rooms, addressing lockouts, and staffing the housing registration tent. 

Ice Delivery Crew

The Ice Crew is responsible for making ice deliveries throughout Reunions to the major reunion headquarters sites. Work starts on the Tuesday or Wednesday prior to Reunions and concludes on the morning of Sunday, May 31, 2020. Crew members must have a valid driver's license and be van and golf cart-certified by the University. The ability to lift and move many 20 pound bags of ice is a key component of the job. Each crew member is provided a Reunions wristband and campus housing.

Major Reunion Crew

Each major reunion (5th – 65th) hires a student crew to oversee the logistics of running the reunion. Depending on the crew, work starts either on the Monday or Tuesday prior to Reunions and concludes on the afternoon of Sunday, May 31, 2020.

Duties include, but are not limited to: working alumni registration, setting up and breaking down the headquarters site, overseeing children's activities, posting signs, tending bar, stacking tables and chairs, setting up for meals, and addressing issues related to campus housing for alumni.

Crew members must be SCARS certified by the University  (classes offered in the spring) to serve alcohol and golf cart-certified by the University to drive a golf cart. Each crew member is provided with a wristband and campus housing.

Please note: The deadline for crew managers to finalize their crew roster is Thursday, March 5, 2020.

Old Guard Crew

Alumni Engagement hires a crew of 4-6 students to oversee the logistics of running the Old Guard Reunion for alumni celebrating their 66th or older reunion. Work starts on the Monday or Tuesday prior to Reunions and concludes on the afternoon of Sunday, May 31, 2020.

Duties include, but are not limited to: working alumni registration, setting up and breaking down headquarters, posting signs, tending bar, stacking tables and chairs, setting up for meals, and addressing issues related to campus housing for alumni.

Crew members must be SCARS certified by the University (classes offered in the spring) to serve alcohol and golf cart-certified by the University to drive a golf cart. Each crew member is provided a Reunions wristband and campus housing.

Public Safety

Public Safety hires a student crew during Reunions. Duties might include: security detail, lockouts and staffing restricted parking lots. Housing is provided and the option to purchase a Reunions wristband. Hiring preference is given to students who are employed by Public Safety throughout the academic year.

Registration Crew

The Registration crew helps University Services welcome and register the alumni and guests of the non-major reunion classes as well as the graduating class. Work starts on the Wednesday before Reunions and concludes on the morning of Sunday, May 31, 2020. Registration takes place in various locations including Baker Rink, under the tent in the Baker Rink parking lot, Richardson Auditorium and the Frist Campus Center. Housing is provided and the option to purchase a Reunions wristband. 

Student Agencies

Several student agencies will be providing goods and services during Reunions and Commencement. Students interested in working during these events can view positions available by agency on the reunion services website; descriptions of each agency and the services and products they provide can also be found on the PSA website. Each employee will have the option to purchase a Reunions wristband. The services website will be frequently updated with new listings, so be sure to check back often!  For further inquiries, please contact Jessica A. Popkin at popkin@princeton.edu and agencies@princeton.edu.

Reunions 2020

May 28 – 31, 2020

Important Information

The application is a requirement for most of the employment opportunities listed on this page, regardless of whether you have worked Reunions in the past. Failure to submit the Reunions 2020 Student Employment Application by the 5 p.m. Sunday, December 15, 2019, deadline will make you ineligible for any job opportunities which require the application.

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