Effective Saturday, March 21, 2020, Ball State University Dining Services has now moved to a completely to-go operation at every location.
Some of our Dining locations remain open, but purchases are packaged and for carry-out only, as all seating areas throughout Dining locations across campus are effectively closed.
We appreciate your understanding and patience.
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Dining's Response to COVID-19
Looking for a way to earn some extra cash without leaving the campus? We invite all students to consider working in Ball State University Dining.
Our starting wage for student employees is higher than minimum wage and among the highest on campus, and we offer raises for longevity.
We hire the following positions at our dining locations and catering services:
- kitchen production assistants
These jobs require no special skills or experience.
University Catering is also looking for high-energy, enthusiastic students interested in the following experiences:
- presidential events
- football games
- alumni events
- private parties
- off-campus events
Because we know you have a full life, we can be very flexible with your hours. You will work up to 20 hours per week. If possible, we try to accommodate students who want to work in their own residence hall.
How to Apply for Student Positions
Do these opportunities sound good? If so, we invite you to view our job postings on the Career Center’s Cardinal Career Link online portal, then apply.
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