Beginning November 1, students from the Mount will be able to access work within minutes of their dorms and classes. The new call center will help cut transportation costs for students and help them focus on school work and campus involvement.
Rashee Billings, a senior business management major from Cincinnati and a supervisor on the program says that the new location will be advantageous for students. “We definitely will have more time to study,” says Billings. “I think our students will be able to focus more on school and less about getting to and from work.”
Brooke Heideman, a nursing major from Cincinnati agrees. “The new location gives me a chance to be closer to home and class,” says Heideman. “It feels great to know that I have more time to study and concentrate on balancing school and a part-time job without having to traveling too far.”
Staff, students, and members of the community will celebrate the opening of the contact center on October 23, 2014 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM outside in the Pavilion. If you are interested in learning more about the new location, contact Tanya Mahon at Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education at Work is currently hiring students from the Mount to help fill the 40-seat call center. We offer part-time jobs and tuition assistance up to $6,000 annually. All students interested in applying should visit education-at-work.org/apply or call 513-841-3620.