Earn-Learn Apprentice Positions

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 Earn-Learn Apprentices earn an hourly wage while working part-time within the college.  Students work for a sponsoring department or program in ways that both further their own education and serve the needs of the sponsoring unit.

 Student benefits include:

  • Learning new skills
  • Earning money (minimum $10/hr)
  • Improving your marketability

Earn-Learn apprentices are partially funded by the hiring department or program. The remainder of the funding is provided by the college or a donor to the college. Requirements vary by position.  All apprentices will be expected to:

  • Attend an introductory meeting explaining the program
  • Attend Discrimination and Harassment Awareness Training
  • Write a thank-you letter to the Dean or the donor who supports you
  • Complete an evaluation form at the end of the semester

Questions regarding the Earn-Learn Program? Have a look at the Earn-Learn brochure, or contact Dan Watson at 303-492-4404.

Fall 2014 Opportunities

(Please note that in addition to posts here, additional opportunities may be advertised by your department. Check individual department websites for more details.)

  • I am looking for an Junior/Senior level Electrical, Mechanical, or Aerospace Engineering student with electronics experience and an interest in mentoring engineering students with electronics projects. Willing to work flexible evening and afternoon hours. The student will also assist with skill building workshops.

    Contact: Tim May
    Office location: ECCE 167A
    303.735.5035 (Direct)
    Timothy.May@colorado.edu

 

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