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Wyoming Union

Dept. 3105

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3160

Email: wyounion@uwyo.edu

SPRING SEMESTER

Mon-Thurs: 7am-12am

Fri: 7am-1:30am

Sat: 7am-10pm

Sun: 12pm-12am

*Hours subject to change*

Wyoming Union
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The Wyoming Union is now accepting applications for student employees. Interested individuals should submit a résumé and cover letter detailing their work and involvement history and how it relates to the position they are applying for. 

Many positions can be taken as an internship with department approval.



Wyoming Union Events and Reservation Office

No current openings

 


Campus Activities Center

7220 Entertainment Films Coordinator

15-20 Hours a Week
$8.00 per hour

2017-2018 School Year

To apply submit the 7220 Entertainment Application and Films Coordinator Exercise to the Campus Activities Center (Wyoming Union 012) by 4:00pm on Friday, March 24. 

Complete Job Description

The films coordinator and their committee is responsible for providing full-length feature films on a weekly basis to the student population. Selections may include current major studio releases, documentaries, cult films, throwback films, and public domain films.

  • Create film-related programs within the Wyoming Union (and other venues, as appropriate) for the students of the University of Wyoming, faculty/staff, and Laramie community;
  • Work with Swank Motion Pictures and other film distributors to book films to develop a comprehensive and diverse, weekly film series and special film programs.
  • Work up to 20 hours per week, including events and office hours;
  • Set and maintain specific office hours set per semester;
  • Work with Union Events Office and other event service providers on set-up, breakdown, and clean-up of venue where films are screened;
  • Supervise volunteers during programs;
  • Trouble shoot and report any film/technical issues as they arise;
  • Coordinate event management and logistical needs with event service providers;
  • Learn and implement ADA regulations and mitigate risk management issues as they arise;
  • With committee, brainstorm and implement unique and new techniques to market and enhance the movie going experience on campus (i.e. hosting panel discussion to go along with film, double feature, etc.).;
  • Work in conjunction with academic departments and other offices/organizations on campus to bring events;
  • Oversee a budget of approximately $40,000 for programming events;
  • Assist with at least one event per semester for all other committees of 7220 Entertainment;
  • Attend other committee events whenever possible; and
  • Other duties as assigned by direct advisor, Assistant Director of the Wyoming Union and/or the Director of the Wyoming Union.

7220 Entertainment Late Night Events Coordinator

15-20 Hours a Week
$8.00 per hour

2017-2018 School Year

To apply submit the 7220 Entertainment Application and Late Night Events Coordinator Exercise to the Campus Activities Center (Wyoming Union 012) by 4:00pm on Friday, March 24. 

Complete Job Description

The Late-Night Events Coordinator and their committee is responsible for providing the University of Wyoming student body with free, quality entertainment that is fun, unique and exciting, that take place during targeted prime social hours. The Late-Night Events Coordinator and their committee is expected to plan and execute larger scale, multi-tiered programs on specifically targeted nights and weekends as determined by the Campus Activities Center.

  • Plan larger scale, multi-tiered programs within the Wyoming Union (and other venues, as appropriate) during prime social hours as an alcohol alternative on specifically targeted dates as determined by the CAC;
  • Be open to suggestions and promote diverse, alcohol-free programming;
  • Work up to 20 hours per week, including events and office hours;
  • With committee, brainstorm and implement unique and new techniques to market programs to student body;
  • Seek out collaboration opportunities with other committees, student groups and departments;
  • Contract negotiation;
  • Coordinate event management and logistical needs with event service providers;
  • Learn and implement ADA regulations and mitigate risk management issues as they arise;
  • Supervise volunteers during programs;
  • Oversee a budget of approximately $110,000 for programming events;
  • Assist with at least one event per semester for all other committees of 7220 Entertainment;
  • Attend other committee events whenever possible; and
  • Other duties as assigned by direct advisor, Assistant Director of the Wyoming Union and/or the Director of the Wyoming Union.

7220 Entertainment Fine Arts & Lectures Coordinator

15-20 Hours a Week
$8.00 per hour

2017-2018 School Year

To apply submit the 7220 Entertainment Application and Fine Arts & Lectures Coordinator Exercise to the Campus Activities Center (Wyoming Union 012) by 4:00pm on Friday, March 24. 

Complete Job Description

The Fine Arts & Lectures Coordinator and their committee is responsible for providing the University of Wyoming and surrounding community with free cultural, artistic, educational programs and thought provoking lectures. The purpose of this committee is to enhance and cultivate diversity and to provide educational and cultural opportunities that are unique to the campus and expand the knowledge of participants. This coordinator is also charged with overseeing the operations and exhibits for Gallery 234 in the Wyoming Union. 

  • Plan programs that broaden the horizons and heighten awareness of arts, social issues, and other cultures within the Wyoming Union (and in other facilities, as appropriate) for the students of the University of Wyoming, faculty, staff and Laramie community;
  • Plan programs that stimulate thought/action or that deal with current events and hot topics relevant to college students, faculty, staff, and Laramie community;
  • Oversee daily operations of Gallery 234, including maintenance and clean up between exhibits;
  • Work up to 20 hours per week, including events and office hours;
  • Solicit submissions for gallery exhibits for academic year and summer;
  • Work with artists and coordinate gallery shows, its promotion campaign and awareness outreach, and plan one reception for each show;
  • Contract negotiation;
  • Coordinate event management and logistical needs with event service providers;
  • Learn and implement ADA regulations and mitigate risk management issues as they arise;
  • With committee, brainstorm and implement unique and new techniques to market events and Gallery;
  • Supervise volunteers during programs;
  • Work in conjunction with academic departments and other offices/organizations on campus to bring events;
  • Oversee a budget of approximately $40,000 for programming events;
  • Assist with at least one event per semester for all other committees of 7220 Entertainment;
  • Attend other committee events whenever possible; and
  • Other duties as assigned by direct advisor, Assistant Director of the Wyoming Union and/or the Director of the Wyoming Union.


Union Marketing Office

Graphic Designer

15-20 Hours a Week
$8.50 per hour

2016-2017 Fall and Spring Semesters

To apply visit the Human Resources page and search student job opportunities
Complete Job Description

Position Description:

  • Design posters, brochures, digital signs and other advertising material for 7220 Entertainment, Campus Activities Center (CAC), Gallery 234, Student Leadership & Community Engagement (SLCE), and other Union programs and events
  • Design and update Wyoming Union websites utilizing the UW Content Management System on a weekly basis
  • Work with Union employees on new and inventive marketing concepts to promote Union programs and events
  • Maintain digital signage
  • Other design work as needed
  • Attend mandatory Wyoming Union and CMS trainings

Position Requirements:

  • Graphic design, layout and production
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Content Management Systems 

Service, Leadership and Community Engagement 

No current openings


Wyoming Union Information Desk & Ticket Office

No current openings

 


Pete's Game Room

No current openings


View the Wyoming Union Student Employee Handbook. For more student job opportunities at UW, visit the Human Resources page.


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Wyoming Union

Dept. 3105

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3160

Email: wyounion@uwyo.edu

SPRING SEMESTER

Mon-Thurs: 7am-12am

Fri: 7am-1:30am

Sat: 7am-10pm

Sun: 12pm-12am

*Hours subject to change*

Wyoming Union
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