Campus Recreation

Student Employment

Campus Recreation is a dynamic student led organization. Our student staff is dedicated to serving the recreational needs of our campus community while enhancing their personal development.

With 150 student workers and 10 programmatic areas Campus Recreation is one of the largest student employers on Campus. The Campus Recreation staff prides itself on the "Team Concept" and they are dedicated to their role within our program.  Our student leadership and teamwork models allow students a forum for the practical application of classroom theories, as well as the opportunity to develop professional competencies.

2015-2016 Team Leaders (TL's)


Shea Heavey


Challenge Course

Andrew Brady

Nicole Doolen



Club Sports

Kellen Sorensen



Katie Kurowski

Kayla Souza

Courtney MacMasters

Mike Payson






Ryan Wright

Group Exercise

Sarah Alger



Kevin Heman

Amy Heaton

Kyle Loughlin




Marketing Michael Hodge Junior

Will Schuett


Special Events Catherine van Eyck Senior


Campus Recreation hires student workers in the Fall and Spring. Spring 2016 Job Fairs are scheduled for Wednesday, February 3rd and Thursday, February 4th from 4:00pm until 6:00pm in Koury Commons (Koury Athletic Center). Students must pick up an application at one of the job fairs. There is a Resume/Cover Letter session on Sunday, February 7th at 3:00pm in KOBC 101 (Koury Business Center).  The session will provide tips on how to write a cover letter and how to create and format your resume. Applications are due at the Campus Recreation front desk by 5:00pm Monday, February 8th.

How to apply for a position at Campus Recreation

  • Attend the Job Fair on one of the dates. The job fairs are facilitated by Campus Rec student workers who will provide information about Campus Recreation and explain details about open positions. See Area Job descriptions. Pick up an application at the Job Fair, applications will not be given out prior to or after the job fair.
  • Submit your application, resume and cover letter before the designated deadline. For help with your resume and cover letter attend the resume review session or go to
  • Read the Important Reminders if you are called for an interview.
  • All students who work on campus are required to: (1) Obtain a Work Agreement by providing two original forms of identification. Acceptable documents include driver's license, social security card, birth certificate and passport. (2) Complete Federal and North Carolina tax forms. (3) Submit a Direct Deposit form to Accounting (preferred method of payment). Students cannot be added to the University payroll until the above steps have been completed. More information is provided at
  • Find additional information about student employment at

Campus Recreation has developed a hiring process to resemble as closely as possible what a "real-world" application process would entail. From the information session and application to cover letters, resumes and interviews, we hope to give students the practical experience of applying for a job after they leave Elon. Email for additional information.