Berea College Ambassador (Former Employee) – Berea, KY – April 28, 2018
I'm a Berea College Alumni. If you are interested in working for the college, just read up on the mission itself! The faculty and staff are extremely caring and interactive. You will genuinely feel that you are making a difference in the lives of others while working here.
Tutor students in math and reading (Former Employee) – Berea, KY – February 1, 2018
Berea College has many opportunities for employment. They are all the time getting grants. My job was through Partners for Education. As anyone knows, grant work isn’t a secure job, but it can be so rewarding. You know you have a wonderful job when you don’t dread going to work everyday. But my grant ended and so did my position with Berea. If I ever have an opportunity to work with Berea College again, I will try my best to get hired!
Admissions Ambassador (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – January 30, 2018
Working in the admissions office is probably the best place you can land when you get admitted to Berea College. It is fast past some days, slow others. You get to give tours and wear uniforms and interact with people who know and love Berea. You also get inside information on the school and the direction it is heading to.
Community Literacy Navigator (Current Employee) – Barbourville, KY – December 26, 2017
I received back more from my work than I could have ever given. I met the most giving people with real stories to tell about their life experiences. The workplace culture was very positive and teamwork was very important. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the families in the community.
Custodial Worker (Current Employee) – Berea, KY – November 3, 2017
Berea College is a work-study organization which pays its students $5 an hour at a contracted 10 hours a week. It is not enough for me to maintain a family and continue my education; therefore, I’ve decided to leave.
Free meals, Free housing
No breaks, 10 hours a week, $5 an hour, pay period every 4 weeks.
Fast-paced, independent thinking and manual requirement, wide ranging opportunity for personal growth
Gifts & Records Assistant (Former Employee) – Berea, KY – October 11, 2017
As a continuous learning environment built upon Berea’s Great Commitments and Common Learning Goals, Berea College expects all workers “to be active learners, workers and servers,” and seeks to be a place where the Christian values of human compassion, dignity, and equity are expressed and lived. Therefore, workers are expected to: Exhibit enthusiasm for learning Act with integrity and caring Value all people Work as a team Serve others Encourage plain and sustainable living Celebrate work well done
Paid breaks, hour lunch, many staff cross-training opportunities