Work Crew Descriptions & Supervisors

3D StudioThe 3D Crew members help the sculpture and ceramics studios maintain safe and productive working environments. The workload is varied (from physical labor to more technical tasks) but there is always plenty to keep crew members busy. They are responsible for physical tasks such as cleaning sink traps, tables, and work spaces. They must have a great attention to detail, (take care and safety precautions) when mixing glazes or loading/firing kilns. It is necessary that all tasks be completed in a timely manner as classes depend on the work of the crew to move forward with their assignments. (Pots cannot be glazed if they have not been fired or if the glazes have not been mixed). Communication among crew members and faculty is key to insuring that all tasks are completed as needed.
Supervisor - Jacob Brault
Academic Support ServicesProvides clerical assistance, including data entry, mail merges, and Internet research and copying. This person will work with people from three aspects of academic support here at the college and needs to have good interpersonal skills, be flexible, work in a team as well as independently, and take initiative. Educational opportunities include the opportunity to gain knowledge in the following areas: data collection and synthesis, programming, advertising, tutorial skills, organizational and time management systems, and website maintenance.
Supervisor - Judy Huber
Access Controls5-6 students – Maintain campus locks, keys, and door hardware. Repair, install, and re-key locks. Create, maintain, and implement masterkey system, key control system, and inventory control system. Educational opportunities include learning the inner workings of locks and door hardware, learning skills with hand tools, and learning how to create masterkey systems. Development of organizational, problem-solving, and mechanical skills is likely. A two-year commitment to the crew is required. Students must be second year or above. One semester trial/probationary period is necessary, as well as a no-warning policy because of the sensitive nature of the crew. The security of the campus depends on crew members’ discretion and good judgment.
Supervisor - Bruce Hariston
Accounts PayableProcesses invoices for accounts payable, files, prepares check run for mailing, and performs other duties as needed. Educational opportunities include gaining an understanding of general accounting principles, and developing the responsibility to handle confidential information. Students also learn to enter data with a high level of accuracy. This job requires mastery of the English language. Three-hour work blocks are preferred.
Supervisor - Cindy Henenberg
Accounts Receivable Accounts Receivable Crew assists the Accounting Office, specifically working in support of payments coming into the college in various forms. As an office job, crew members gain the experience of performing various office-related tasks including organization, customer service, and data entry.
Supervisor - Joy Dorr
AdmissionsCrew members assist in the admission process and provide printed information and campus tours for prospective students. Telephone and public relations skills are very important, as crew members are often the first contact prospective students or their parents have with Warren Wilson College. Crew members do extensive routine clerical work. Educational opportunities include computer search and data entry skills. Students also organize special admission events such as Open House and student visits. Responsibility is stressed through the timely response to prospective students' inquiries. Public relations skills and organizational skills are developed through the liaison between the traveling counselors and assigned student workers.
Supervisor - Monique Cote
AdvancementThe advancement crew is typically a mix of newer students who have been assigned to the crew and older students who have chosen the crew because of an interest in fundraising and non-profit management. Crew members work closely with various staff members in advancement to learn what they do and assist them with tasks and projects. The pace varies and we usually can be flexible with schedules and deadlines, although things can get very busy and deadline-sensitive around Homecoming and large mailings throughout the year. Work is almost exclusively indoors except during Homecoming and when crew members give admission tours (we help the admission office with these).
Supervisor - Mary Hay
Allies in Substance Abuse & PreventionThe Allies in Substance Abuse Prevention crew exists to enhance the health and wellbeing of the WWC community through thoughtful dialogue and programming on alcohol, tobacco, and other drug-related issues.
Supervisor - Mariel Epstein Olsen
ArchaeologyCrew members act as curators of the archaeological, Appalachian, and intercultural artifact collections; manage and maintain the Warren Wilson College archaeological site; manage and maintain the collections as well as the rooms housing them; and work on development of educational programs related to the Warren Wilson College Archaeological Field School. Workers will also research, design, and assemble displays related to the collections, both three- and two-dimensional. Educational opportunities include learning care of artifacts collections and developing curatorial and display-design skills. Workers gain a sense of how archaeological and material culture research is conducted.
Supervisor - David Moore
Athletic TrainingThe job includes first aid and rehabilitation. It involves general cleaning, filling and washing water bottles, and maintaining an inventory of supplies. The students will cover scheduled practices and set up for home games and events. Organizational and scheduling skills are important, as is the ability to work independently. The students will need to work and communicate with coaches, student athletes, physicians, and other medical support groups. Communicating with these groups will involve written reports and telephone calls to arrange transportation as needed to assist athletes with medical follow-up care. These students must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, and to complete CPR and First Aid courses in order to be competent when dealing with athletic injuries. Educational opportunities include writing medical reports, learning CPR and First Aid, and developing organizational skills.
Supervisor - Charlie Wright
AthleticsThe athletics crew has a lot of variety in their jobs. Duties range from cleaning the gym to supervising intramural dodgeball games and operating behind the scenes of varsity athletic contests. This crew works independently and communicates well with their crew mates to make sure tasks are completed with pride. Athletics works nights and weekends typically for varsity athletic contests. This is a great crew if you like sports. We are outside in the fall working soccer games and in the gym during winter for basketball games.
Supervisor - Stacey Enos; Elle Grier
Motor FleetDepending on skill level, a first-year student will work on the motor pool and perform routine maintenance and safety checks. Upper-classmen with proven skill levels will assist in teaching new students and maintaining campus vehicles. Educational opportunities include learning to perform routine car maintenance and some major repairs. Students learn to evaluate cars and their mechanical condition while becoming familiar with many different engines and mechanical systems. In addition, students learn computer analysis of engines, solving problems of mechanical apparatuses, and welding and small-job metal fabrication. A three-hour block is preferred for new students, and a two-year commitment is expected. A campus driving license is required. New members of the crew will be expected to attend a week-long training workshop beginning one week prior to the opening of school in the fall.

The Motor Fleet crew is also responsible for maintaining the many campus vehicles that are required to support the Warren Wilson Community. Responsibilities include renting out vehicles, maintaining their cleanliness, and running the Motor Fleet Office.
Supervisor - Janson Bowman
Bio/ENSProvides support to the Environmental Studies and Biology departments by maintaining their laboratories, equipment, and collections. There are many educational opportunities available when working for the Environmental Studies and Biology Crew. Some skills that the students can walk away with are the following: students will learn scientific equipment and how to set up the equipment for field and wet lab courses, students will learn how to make solutions for wet lab experiments, students will learn how to perform experimental technique while setting up for course labs, students will learn how to manage and care for a greenhouse and the plants. Students may also have the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty in particular subject areas, including wildlife biology, botany, and microbiology giving the students an unique educational skill determined by the students desire to learn and the need of the faculty. The crew also acts as administrative support to the faculty members by making photocopies and transparencies of course material, setting up technical equipment for lecture classes, and cleaning the building. Students will learn how to work as an individual and in a group to get a task done, students will learn to manage time, students will also learn to articulate achievements and problems encountered while completing tasks, and they will learn how to professionally listen and talk to work supervisors.
Supervisor - Natasha Shipman
BlacksmithThe Blacksmith crew focuses on learning and teaching traditional blacksmithing skills, such as drawing out, squaring, rounding, bending, heat welding, plaiting, and twisting. Students create tools to be used by other crews as well as by the general campus community. The crew concentrates on extending the opportunity to learn and experiment with Blacksmithing to the Warren Wilson community. Crew members should be creative, independent workers who enjoy learning, producing, and teaching. The Blacksmith Crew requires a two-year commitment. New members to the crew may be expected to attend a week-long training workshop beginning one week prior to the general opening of school. Educational opportunities include learning the metallurgical techniques necessary for forging steel; tempering tools and creating needed items for use on campus. Students will become proficient in the use of varied shop tools (i.e. hammer and anvil; air powered forging hammers). Students will also learn how to take a project from the design table to a finished, installed creation. The crew hosts open houses for the campus community and teaches others the basics of forging iron.
Supervisor - Thomas LaMuraglia
Bonner Leaders Service CrewThe Warren Wilson Bonner Leaders Work Crew program is supported in part through the Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, which provides funding, training and technical assistance to community service and service-learning scholarship and leadership programs at colleges and universities across the eastern United States. Twenty-five Warren Wilson students participate in the Bonner Leadership program, and their efforts are centralized through the College's Service Program Office. As a student crew through the Warren Wilson College Work Program, Bonner Leaders dedicate 15 hours per week to the establishment and leadership of community engagement activities such as co-curricular and service-learning projects, alternative break trips and issue education workshops. Bonners spend part of their 15 hours of work in the office, and the rest of their crew time in the larger community participating in and leading service projects. Educational opportunities include coordinating and managing several on-campus events, learning techniques for group reflection and leading subsequent reflection sessions, instructing issue-based workshops, establishing partnerships with community agencies, learning basic principles of leadership and applying them to local service projects, and learning and employing various types of publicity and documentation.
Supervisor - Shuli Archer
Building Environmental ServicesCrew members maintain a regular cleaning schedule of various campus buildings, which includes cleaning floors, carpets, windows, walls, and public facilities. In addition, students help move furniture; maintain inventory, distribution, organization, and storage of custodial supplies; coordinate and prepare for large and small conferences and events, which includes setups and stagings; perform equipment and small engine repair and preventive maintenance and other duties as assigned. Educational opportunities for crew members: First-year students will receive training in routine detailed work. Students will also learn the use of floor and window washing equipment, as well as how to use chemicals and chemical dispensers. The second-year student will learn supervisory skills by assisting in the training of first-year students, evaluating completed jobs, and by providing the necessary transfer of materials and job information. Third-year students learn management and coordinating skills, become student leaders and help the crew supervisors through follow-up and completion of assigned jobs with satisfactory results. However, any student showing initiative and competence may be assigned the role of student leader. The progress of each student, with reference to supervisory levels and privileges given, is based on the student's performance and attitude regarding work.
Supervisor - Bill Baunack
Campus BookstoreStudents are responsible for the storefront services. Duties include operating the cash register, ordering office and school supplies, assisting with sales, ordering sundries and college insignia merchandise, and receiving and stocking merchandise. Educational opportunities include developing communication skills, learning to run a cash register and general operational procedures (margins, markup policies, inventory control, and customer service).
Construction Service and Rentals15 students – Special projects. Tasks range from demolition to laying down concrete, to framing walls, to roofing. Campus Support also will help crews such as landscaping, building services, or paint. Educational opportunities cover a broad spectrum. Students are able to start and complete a job. Students work both with hand tools like the hammer, flat bar, tape measure, and with power tools such as the circular saw, reciprocating saw, jack hammer, drill, and chop saw. The crew tasks exercise the student physically and mentally. Problem solving skills are crucial. The ability to work as an individual and with a team is also essential.
Supervisor - Doug Bradley
Career Development CenterCareer Development Center crew members (Peer Career Advisors) are an integral part of the office and deliver programs and services to all constituents. Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) are trained to provide resume and cover letter writing assistance, conduct mock interviews and deliver workshops to residence halls and work crews. In addition, they welcome visitors to the office, greet telephone callers, and respond to e-mail inquiries. They are courteous and professional in dealing with the clients, which include students, alumni, faculty, work crew supervisors, and employers. PCAs also assist in organizing and carrying out projects. Students maintain and update websites, design bulletin board displays, and undertake other projects to publicize their services. Peer Career Advisors have opportunities to initiate projects that make use of their individual skills and interests; recent examples of student projects include podcast creation and other web-based projects. Educational opportunities crew members can expect are: to enhance their interpersonal skills, learn about running a small office, learn how to manage projects, and gain information and skills useful in planning their own careers.
Supervisor - Courtney Gauthier
Maintenance Services10-15 students – Construction and upkeep of campus buildings, woodworking, and furniture repair. Educational opportunities include learning job organization, framing layout, sheet rock hanging and finishing, concrete forming and finishing, shingle layout and roofing. Educational opportunities include learning glass cutting and replacement, door framing and hanging, woodworking, and furniture repair. Requirements: New students must have a three-hour block for training. Returning and experienced students work with and help unskilled workers.
Supervisor - Ian Lione
Center for Gender & RelationshipsStudents on the CGR crew are engaged in a multitude of efforts that create understanding and awareness about sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking in the community. Student interests guide much of the work. Some of the projects of this crew include creating a student-produced zine (on a range of topics like consent, healthy relationships, healing from sexual violence); leading a coalition with area non-profits (Helpmate, Our VOICE and Pisgah Legal Services) and campus partners; organizing events such as the Clothesline Project, Rock for Consent, and Take Back the Night; developing programs including guerilla theater, writing workshops, and other art-based initiatives; attending out of state conferences that address violence issues; and providing training to RDs, RAs, work crew supervisors, new students, work crews and RISE advocates. In addition, students provide advocacy and support to students who experience sexual assault, relationship abuse and stalking. Other activities include organizing poster/button/sticker campaigns, coordinating programs in the residence halls, such as a film series, discussions, safe consensual sex workshops, and working with other crews as needs and ideas arise. Students do not need to know anything about sexual violence or dating violence to join the crew; however, students must be willing and ready to learn about these issues. Educational opportunities for students on this crew include participating in training with Our VOICE and Helpmate on dynamics of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking; understanding legal and medical options; learning performance and training techniques; and understanding how to provide advocacy and support to people who experience violence.
Supervisor - Mariel Epstein Olsen
ChapelThe Chapel crew experience is a broad based one which includes shared responsibilities across the board for all workers. The crew is responsible for the maintenance of two buildings including cleaning and some set-ups for special church events and meetings. Our workers take and retrieve daily mailings and packages, fold weekly bulletins and prepare monthly Newsletters for mailing. They are also responsible for helping members of the church needing assistance while in the Chapel or the Fellowship Hall. Our crew also sets up a temporary "Homeless Shelter" for women twice a year who are participating in the Room in the In program. The tasks are many and varied on the Chapel Crew which continues to make it interesting!
Supervisor - Donna Eagle-Joslin
ChemistryWorking on this crew will provide the student with skills and experience that cannot be acquired in conventional classroom situations. This crew is essential for the operation of the chemistry program; therefore the student workers and faculty members work closely together to set up labs for experiments, develop new experiments, purchase chemicals and supplies, maintain storage rooms and the inventory system, monitor laboratory safety, administer the hazardous waste programs, tutor students, function as lab assistants, and grade lab reports. This crew is also the maintenance and cleaning staff for the science buildings. Educational opportunities include learning preparation and analysis of solutions; problem solving; scientific record keeping; maintenance and operation of sophisticated instrumentation and computers; use of common word processors, spreadsheets, and data bases; recycling, decomposition, and proper disposal of hazardous materials; purchasing and inventory procedures; maintenance of a safety program; lab skills; simple cleaning, carpentry and maintenance; and feeding Mendeleev, the department's cat.
Supervisor - Joseph Young
Business ServicesCrew members assist customers with copying and printing jobs from simple handouts to booklets and magazines; learn operation of copiers; learn pre-press operations including computer-based layout and design; and perform copying, laminating, and bindery work. Some students are additionally responsible for darkroom and complex offset press operations, monthly billings, inventory management, and troubleshooting equipment. Educational opportunities include developing strong customer service skills, gaining proficiency in the use and maintenance of a variety of office equipment, learning desktop publishing and bookkeeping functions, and gaining darkroom and offset press experience. Students must meet deadlines and work together to accomplish the service and performance objectives. Special requirements include ability to pay strict attention to and steady concentration on detail, commitment to ensuring customer confidence by repeatedly doing good work and communicating well with customers and colleagues.

The crew also provides service to the students and staff of the College in the following ways: Town trip driver: Picks up mail and runs errands for offices and crews. Special requirements are a good driving record. Campus mail room: Sorts Federal and campus mail, forwards mail to former staff and students, weighs and meters outgoing campus Federal mail, and delivers packages to students through a package window. Students develop interaction and customer service skills and learn the importance of paying attention to details. Willingness to perform routine functions and work with the public are special requirements. U.S. Contract Postal Unit: Sells stamps for letters and packages, sells U.S. Postal Money Orders, accepts accountable mail, complies with postal regulations, and performs cash accounting functions. Interfaces with U.S. Postal personnel locally and in Charlotte. Develops interpersonal skills. Ship campus outgoing mailings and packages: The crew ships all departmental mailings on a daily basis using a postage machine. The department also has the ability to ship packages via UPS.
Supervisor - Andrew Mercurio
Information Technologies ServicesThe Computing Services Crew is the front-line of technical support for the Warren Wilson community. The crew staffs the Help Desk located in the Bannerman Technology Center. Help Desk duties include answering questions submitted by telephone, e-mail, and in person; completing work requests for staff and faculty; monitoring campus computer lab hardware and software; assisting students with client-side networking issues and those using the computer labs. Bi-weekly training is provided to keep current with basic computer skills. A qualified applicant need not necessarily be computer savvy. They should however be hard-working, self-motivated, and ready to perfect communication and customer service skills.
Supervisor - Mike Landis
Cowpie Café15-20 students – The Cowpie Café is a Warren Wilson College student-initiated, student-run food establishment. Crew members are responsible for all aspects of food service including menu planning, food preparation, cooking, presentation, and clean up. Educational opportunities include gaining knowledge of vegetarian cooking, utilizing local and organic ingredients and working in cooperation with the College’s garden. General enthusiasm, the ability to work in fast-paced energetic environment, as well as a genuine interest in vegetarian, sustainable food sources is a plus. The breakfast shift at the café begins at 7:00 AM and the dinner shift ends at 8:00 PM.
Supervisor - Meghan Tucker; Tammy Adams
Design & ConstructionDesign & Construction is involved in the planning and implementation of improvement, renovation and construction projects on campus.
Supervisor - Richard Paxton
Dining26-30 students – Work on this crew includes all facets of food service business, including setup, cleanup, dish room, serving of meals, and assisting in the preparation. Educational opportunities are available through the positions of cook’s helper, baker (fresh breads), salad dressing maker (from scratch), salad bar preparation, and positions in the café. Additional income may be earned through advancement to a student manager position, as well as in the catering department. Students on the Dining Crew will receive first consideration for these paid positions.
Supervisor - Tammy Adams; Osborne Guy
Dodge HouseFacilitate Family Weekend and other Student Life activities. Help students, staff, and the public connect with the necessary and/or appropriate people and programs. Requires knowledge of, and interest in, the campus and its populations. At the same time, ABSOLUTE CONFIDENTIALITY is a must. General enthusiasm, ability for problem solving, and being responsible are all desirable traits. A general knowledge of computer skills is helpful. Educational opportunities: Students will develop customer service skills, enhance their problem-solving skills, and gain experience working with a diverse group of people and situations.
Supervisor - Dorothy Clark
E-PortfolioA new crew in the 2015-2016 academic year, E-Portfolio assists students in the creation and maintenance of their own portfolios. Those on E-Portfolio Crew spends time helping students, solving technical glitches, and supporting the supervisor in the operation of the E-Portfolio Program. Supervisor - Geoffrey Habron
EchoOne designer, one photographer, and three to four writers are responsible for writing, editing, designing, and printing the college newspaper. Educational opportunities include developing written and verbal skills, digital photography, desktop publishing, management experience, interviewing skills, and an understanding of the need for accuracy. The crew requires teamwork from responsible, self-motivated individuals with strong writing, editing, and verbal skills.
Supervisor - Joanne O'Sullivan
ElectricStudents perform inside and outside wiring repairs on campus buildings, maintenance of fire alarms, maintenance of campus telephone system, and repair work on electric circuits of staff homes and campus buildings. Educational opportunities include gaining a mastery of electricians' tools and the installation of most electrical devices including telephones, general conduit installation, basic wiring, and job organization. Second-year students learn the layout of electrical circuits, make unassisted electrical repairs, and gain proficiency in home wiring.
Supervisor - John Griffith
English Research Assistant2 students – The English Research Assistants work with a member of the English Department to edit and annotate materials that will be used in various courses at Warren Wilson College and that may subsequently be published by university presses. In addition to conducting research related to editing and annotating assignments, the English Research Assistants also help with preparing and proofreading manuscripts, with developing components of specific literature, theatre, and writing courses, and with carrying on routine office work. Educational opportunities involve the refinement of skills that are essential to successful work in graduate and professional school and also in subsequent employment within the academic and business worlds. Students who become proficient as researchers, editors and writers and who have learned to work well in a professional office setting, have marketable skills and experience that will serve them well personally and professionally. Requirements for working at this critical posts are multiple. Students serving in this position must have a strong interest in intellectual history, literature, and culture; must be able to write correctly and cogently; must observe the decorum and dress appropriate to a professional office setting; must have a good command of basic secretarial skills, especially word-processing skills; and must interact and communicate well with professors, administrators, other students, and a variety of people from outside the Warren Wilson community.
Supervisor - David J. Bradshaw
Environmental & Social JusticeThe work of the Environmental and Social Justice Crew fluctuates in intensity across the semester. The primary work of the crew is to organize and execute programming. On a daily basis crew members are contacting parties on campus and off, who might provide programming; arranging for such things as venue reservation, publicity and compensation of speakers; if the programming is off campus (e.g., taking students to a rally or event), then planning for food, lodging and transportation is involved as well. Crew members are present for programming, sometimes taking leading roles and sometimes supporting.
Supervisor - Amy Knisley
Facilities Customer ServiceFacilities Customer Service serves the FMTS office in performing various office tasks to support the office's smooth operation. This crew consists primarily of office work and is that of an administrative assistant.
Supervisor - Erik Smith
FarmThe Warren Wilson College Farm serves as a resource through which the overall goals of Warren Wilson’s triad of Work, Service and Academics can be fully met. The student run mixed-crop and livestock operation, although educational in nature, is managed as a working farm with a commitment to sustainable farming practices. The College Farm strives to cultivate student leaders with a strong work ethic, continuing an agricultural tradition dating to 1894 in the Swannanoa Valley. The Farm Crew is broken down into five sub-crews: General, Cattle, Pig, Poultry, and Marketing. There is overlap between the crews' work, which include caring for, feeding, and moving roughly 65 brood cows, 25 brood sows, 500 broilers, 200 laying hens; planting and harvesting corn, small cereal grains, and hay crops; fence repair; renovating and restoring farm buildings; maintenance of the farm's tractors and equipment; and marketing approximately $180,000 worth of naturally-raised meats and other products sold locally each year. Educational opportunities include learning about sustainable agriculture techniques, tractor operation and repair, crop and pasture management, on-farm experimentation, local farm visits, and participation at agriculture conferences. Working on this crew is excellent pre-vet experience; students deliver animals, give shots, solve health problems, and administer medicine.
Supervisor - Asher Wright; Virginia Hamilton
Fiber ArtsThe mission of the Fiber Arts Crew is to provide an outlet to learn fiber based skills, mainly the art of weaving. Students learn how to prepare a warp, thread large floor looms and weave a variety of patterns and cloth types. Through focused and organized production goals, students will weave a variety of products ranging from rag rugs made of old clothing, to scarves and ties made from bamboo yarn. Items are then sold at campus events, which provides hands-on experience of the business aspect to making any craft profitable, from marketing to selling. There are opportunities on the crew to learn other fiber skills such as spinning, felting, sewing, dyeing, and basketry.
Supervisor - Melanie Wilder
Financial AidThe student provides general secretarial/clerical help. Student assists with filing, word processing, checking records, duplicating, and distributing. The job requires responsibility and discretion. Educational opportunities include learning the basics of the financial aid application process, time management skills, and the importance of deadlines. The student worker enjoys the rapport developed with fellow students as the worker greets and initially helps those coming to the office.
Supervisor - Eleanor Will
Fine WoodworkingThe Fine Woodworking Crew serves the Warren Wilson Community through building furniture and other wood-related projects. Students learn to use machine power tools as well as traditional hand tools and techniques. Through training provided by senior crew members and outside professionals, students will gain the skills necessary to finely craft traditional chairs, tables, boxes, and an assortment of other small projects. Other projects may include lathe turned bowls, pens, carving, marquetry and inlay, coffee tables, stools, and items for other crews. Crew members need to be highly self-motivated and able to work on their own with little instruction, and are expected to maintain professionalism and quality in their work and interactions with others. A two-year commitment is required. The mission of the Fine Woodworking Crew is to provide beautiful and functional wooden products for the benefit of the college and campus community, and to teach students a valuable set of skills that can be applied to many aspects of life.
Supervisor - Doug Bradley
ForestryThe Forestry Crew is responsible for the management of the College Forest. This includes conducting all of the necessary silvicultural practices such as tree felling, prescribed fire, enrichment planting, and exotic invasive plant control; maintains all of the roads and trails on the College Forest; harvests understory plants and creates medicinal tinctures; cultivates edible mushrooms; produces and dries lumber and firewood; conducts forest inventory of the College Forest.Crew members conduct all activities necessary for the sustainable management of the College's 650-acre forest. Duties include conducting silvicultural practices, providing forest products to the College, trail and logging road maintenance, shiitake mushroom propagation, and occasional assistance with related Environmental Studies courses such as forest biology, silviculture, forest management, and wildlife management. Educational opportunities include learning many technical forestry skills, such as chainsaw use and maintenance, and methods of felling trees. This crew requires a high degree of responsibility, initiative, and willingness to work with others. Work is outdoors and is sometimes physically strenuous.
Supervisor - Shawn Swartz
GardenThe Garden Crew comprises students who are very interested in growing organic, nutrient dense and superior quality fruits, grains and vegetables. We utilize sustainable methods and practices in a way that, unlike conventional agriculture, has a positive impact on the planet. We support local agriculture, economy, ecology. We take our work seriously, but not ourselves. We have high standards and seek to expand our awareness, learning and consciousness of our participation in the care of the earth and the cosmos. We value and emphasize taking care of the garden, ourselves and supporting each other and all of the WWC community.
Supervisor - Ben Mackie
Health CenterCrew members work as health promoters and educators, maintain cleanliness of the Health Center, and facilitate patients' visits to the Health Center. Educational opportunities include learning first aid techniques, ordering and stocking of medical supplies, chart filing, and learning about health and wellness in a holistic manner. All crew members help in driving students to medically-related appointments off campus
Supervisor - Pat Parker
History/Political Science1 student - Serves as administrative assistant for the Department of History and Political Science. Duties include assisting with library and Internet research and data collection, assisting with preparation and organization of class materials, completing clerical tasks (photocopying or typing) and taking part in on-going projects relating to history or political science. Educational opportunities include developing literature research and computer skills and students will increase their familiarity with topics in the history and political science field. Computer and research skills are helpful but not required. Student must be able to work independently.
Supervisor - Dongping Han
Holden ArtsThe Holden Arts Crew helps keep the art department running smoothly. The workload varies from day to day. There are always daily tasks to keep studios clean and functioning. Sometimes there are ongoing projects such as chemical inventories or working with the permanent artwork collection. At other times, preparing for a special event or exhibition opening may demand additional time, energy, and collaboration outside of the normal work schedule. Students who are flexible, self-directed workers with a willingness to learn a variety of skills and work on a range of projects seem to thrive best.
Supervisor - Erin Castellan
Horse3-4 students who are responsible for the management of WWC work horses, including daily care, garden field prep, forest maintenance and planning and executing Plow Day Event
Supervisor - Ben Mackie
International ProgramsCrew members provide office support for the following activities: newsletter reporting, editing, and layout; external communications for international programming and off-campus program opportunities; and outreach to international students, faculty, and visitors. Crew members have the opportunity to learn office and management skills, public relations, desktop publishing, database management, customer service, and interoffice procedures and committee work. Creativity in planning and managing international events and announcements on campus is encouraged. Working with students regarding the many details of international study application and travel preparations requires strong interpersonal and organizational skills, and attention to detail and accuracy. Good writing skills, basic computer experience, and enthusiasm for international studies are necessary.
Supervisor - Anna Welton
LandscapeStudents maintain and improve the 100-acre central college campus. Tasks include seeding, mowing, and raking lawns and athletic fields; planning, designing, and planting gardens and flower beds; maintaining roads and pathways (both gravel and asphalt); snow removal; and construction projects related to the landscape. All students should have a three-hour work block. Students will gain proficiency in seeding, planning and design, as well as plant installations and use of standard landscape equipment. Some students will learn operation and maintenance of tractors and other heavy equipment. Professionals in skilled arborist work may train others. Other opportunities include familiarization with botanical names, tree identification, greenhouse crop productions, turf maintenance, and pruning techniques. Students work together to accomplish the service and objectives of the landscape program while incorporating learning into their overall work experience.
Supervisor - Thomas LaMuraglia
Library CirculationStudents assist in the operation of the library at the circulation desk. Duties include checking materials in and out, shelving, shelf reading, and answering general questions. Most duties require attention to detail and ability to use computer systems. An understanding of library procedures and policies is important. Students must be able to work whenever the library is open, including some weekend and evening shifts. Crewmembers are also collectively responsible for library maintenance including cleaning offices, study and conference rooms, and restrooms as well as removing trash and recycling. The library offers the opportunity to learn about the use of the on-line public access catalog, circulation software system, and public service. Students develop interpersonal skills by dealing with the public, fellow crewmembers, the supervisor and librarians. The circulation crew is responsible for organizing and setting up book displays in the library. Crewmembers may also learn leadership and organizational skills needed to manage and implement special projects. One experienced crewmember is selected to serve as a crew leader and has the opportunity to develop additional leadership skills applicable to careers in public service sectors. Knowledge of library resources and services can provide an academic advantage for motivated students.
Supervisor - Mary Malelu; BK Segall
Library Creative TechnologiesThe Creative Technologies Lab is a space in the library dedicated to emerging and creative technologies. Through a combination of holding open lab hours and conducting scheduled workshops, crew members have a unique opportunity to work with the many new technologies available in the lab.
Supervisor - Brian Conlan
Library PeriodicalsThe student who works on the Library Serials Crew has the opportunity to learn how to manage a library serials (periodicals) collection. This student uses the library computer system to check in each new issue of the library's subscriptions (over 230 titles). The crew prepares new issues of newspapers and journals for display on the current periodicals shelves, moves older issues to the stacks, assists in readying issues for binding, and works with the supervisor to do occasional weeding, re-labeling, and shifting of the collection. The crew keeps periodicals in order through weekly shelf-reading. The crew keeps statistics of journal usage. The crew occasionally uses Microsoft Word and Excel. The job requires attention to detail, organizational ability, computer skills, and ability to lift heavy boxes. The student on this crew learns responsibility, self-discipline, initiative, and organizational skills that are transferable to future work in any field. Knowledge of library resources gained on this job can provide an academic advantage for a motivated student.
Supervisor - Theresa Imfeld
Library Technical ServicesStudents help with the ordering and processing of every new book and AV item that comes into the library, going through all of the steps involved with getting them out on the shelves. Students also participate in shelf reading and assist in the process of reviewing and withdrawing older, unused books, and in some cases, mending worn or damaged items. This area of the library provides the opportunity to learn various acquisitions and cataloging software as well as gain experience with the Dewey Decimal system and cuttering. It is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in a career in library science, though the skills are easily transferred to many professions. Individuals must be computer savvy, willing to learn new software programs, and be detail oriented.
Supervisor - Brian Conlan
Local FoodsThe Local Foods Crew works to increase awareness of issues within the the college's food system, to cultivate relationships between producers, students, and Dining Services, and to create transparency between Sodexo Dining Services and the student body. The crew members track and record food purchasing patterns in an attempt to identify areas where change would be most effective. It is the crew's job to set goals and implement plans of action that will move the school towards its purchasing goals, which have been outlined in the Sustainable Food Policy and our commitment to the Real Food Challenge. Each year, we complete an exhaustive "Local Foods Audit" of campus dining services to determine exactly how much of its budget goes to foods grown on campus, locally, and regionally, as well as those with third-party certifications such as organic, fair trade, humane, etc. Results from these audits will be made public in accordance with their completion. We are also working to compile research on local foods, the WWC food system, and related topics, posting them online for general reference.
Supervisor - Tammy Adams; Rebecca Doyle
MFAOur crew is largely administrative, but we are a fun team! We have a small office of three staff members, and we essentially run the graduate program from here. We're our own admissions, housing, res life, and IT department (along with everything in between). Most work in our office is routine--printing and filing, mailings and data entry, errands and cleaning, online research and verifying materials--but we have a very fun office and a great team. Our crew member becomes part of our office family!
Supervisor - Adam Beeson
Spanish Assistant3 students – Crew members assist fellow students reviewing compositions and workbook assignments. Additionally, they participate in a weekly conversation table and biweekly movie session, as well as an annual full-immersion camping trip. Furthermore, they engage in administrative tasks such as word processing, creation of didactic materials- Power Point presentations, art and cultural displays, posters, flash cards, and handouts. The ideal crew member should be able to accommodate the demands of fellow students and still be able to fulfill administrative duties, while working in an environment where high traffic is the norm. Students can join the crew only after LAN 354 Advanced Spanish – or its equivalent at other institutions of higher learning-or by taking ACTFL’s oral competency interview with the crew supervisor. Native speakers and students who have lived in Spanish speaking countries are a basic encouraged to apply. In addition to the qualifications described above, students need to have a basic knowledge of Word, Power Point, web design, and be willing to acquire video and sound editing skills. Crew supervisor will consider candidates with limited Spanish skills, but solid computer background. Educational Opportunities: Students learn tutoring and small groups’ management and dynamics, enhance their understanding of problematic Spanish grammar topics, have the opportunity to improve oral communication skills by practicing Spanish on a daily basis, learn how to prioritize tasks and to cope with a varied workload. In addition, crew members become familiar with presentation, video and sound editing software.
Supervisor - Christine Swoap
Mountain Bike1-2 students – Mountain Bike Crew members will flourish if they are responsible, motivated, flexible, and consider themselves self-starters. They are mainly responsible for providing logistical support to the team in many forms: arranging travel, meals, and lodging; providing race support at events; driving, loading, and cleaning vans and trailers; maintaining the office spaces, tools, and equipment; and assisting team members with maintaining bikes in race-ready condition. Other duties will include but are not limited to Mountain Bike Team development in the forms of planning, recruiting, sponsorship development and maintenance, and trail network development. Mountain Bike Crew members are typically also Team members. It is necessary to travel with the team for competitions and practices, hence the need for flexible schedule. Crew members will have numerous options for educational growth in the following areas: crew members will be provided basic skills, with the option to receive plans, budget assistance, and completing purchasing requisitions; members will become familiar with the basics of coaching strategies, which may include periodization concepts, heart rate based training, and lactate threshold/VO2 max theory; and students may learn by assisting with team developmental activities, which include marketing skills, written language skills, and recruiting prospective student athletes. The Mountain Bike Team seasons are generally September-October and March-April. Crew activity during the season may require extra hours.
Supervisor - Matt Williams
Music Assistant2 students: 1 full time; 1 part-time - Together, the crew members maintain the Music Resource Center: they check materials in and out, shelve and inventory materials, order and process new materials, bind scores, proof-read, file library cards, maintain instruments. Also they provide general secretarial/clerical support for all faculty. In addition, the crew offers assistance for Jazz Ensemble and Choir rehearsals, organizes and processes music and materials, and does general clerical work. Educational opportunities include learning organizational techniques and gaining knowledge of how to coordinate music rehearsals and performances. Basic music skills are recommended. Students also learn proofreading and word processing, Sibelius software, library procedures, instrument maintenance, organizational ability, initiative, and a rudimentary business acumen.
Supervisor - Steve Williams
Occupational SafetyThe Occupational Safety and Training (OST) crew is primarily responsible for OSHA workplace compliance and training as well as other regulatory compliance issues on campus. The primary responsibilities as a crew member are assisting with workplace and environmental compliance inspections and training materials development, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) management, and Safety Program support. Students work primarily in the office, but have ample opportunities to interact with members of the college community. Some night and weekend work may be required to assist with occupational safety training. Students must have the ability to work unsupervised, be self-motivated, dependable and have a strong independent drive to get the work done. Primary skills include the ability to type, manipulate spreadsheets, apply web page updates, with the ability and desire to assist with the development and presentation of workplace training modules. Educational opportunities are vast and include OSHA compliance training, MSDS training, writing safety reports, reporting on workplace safety issues, and increasing organizational and communication skills.
Supervisor - Kara Franke
Outdoor Programs8-10 students - Students are responsible for checkout and check-in of all gear, maintenance of gear and gear rooms, coordination of climbing wall and mountain bike rental, advertising and outfitting for recreational weekends and break trips, and cleaning and maintaining Bryson Gym. Crew members are also responsible for coordination of the Paddling Team, including logistics, event organization, and equipment maintenance. Students must present two or more of the following qualifications: knowledge and safe use of tools, Wilderness First Responder certification, computer literacy (especially with Word, Quicken, and web pages), climbing wall facilitation, paddling basics, bike repair and maintenance, programming skills (ability to design and facilitate initiatives, wellness activities, games for groups for a variety of goals and populations), sense of humor, high level of patience, and ability to enjoy the necessary menial tasks. Educational opportunities include learning to order, maintain, and repair outdoor gear; maintain and repair Bryson Gym and the gear rooms; design and build new structures for the climbing wall or bike room; and how to use a sewing machine. In addition, students must have two or more qualifications as listed in the Outdoor Program crew manual before joining the crew. The Outdoor Programs Crew plans and leads recreational activities on campus and in the local mountains including: hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, climbing (indoors and outdoors), skiing and snowboarding, slack lining, playing with hacky sacks and more. To prepare for this, the crew participates in regular crew trainings and are eligible for funding support for relevant certifications. Crew duties also include the logistics, cleaning and maintaining the equipment and Bryson Gym.
Supervisor - Bruce Hills
Owl's NestWork on this crew revolves around the coffee shop industry: serving espresso drinks, preparing and serving small meals, setup, cleanup, dishes, menu development, product placement, and early morning customer service. As a barista, educational opportunities arise through daily hands on work and weekly projects. Our aim is to provide a wholesome and seamless cafe experience to Warren Wilson College.
Supervisor - Tammy Adams
PurchasingThe crew provides the College, faculty, staff, and students with necessary supplies, and processes purchase requisitions following written and verbal instructions that include verifying signatures, assigning control numbers, obtaining quotes, using main frame vendors, running errands, and interacting with faculty and staff. Educational opportunities include developing organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills; becoming detail oriented; working with detailed computer analysis reports; and learning to work under time constraints. A basic knowledge of computers, good social skills, and strong motivation are requirements for these positions.
Supervisor - Bobby Freeman
RecyclingThe mission of the Warren Wilson College Recycling Crew is to provide the campus with effective and innovative recycling, composting and waste disposal services and to reduce the volume and environmental impact of waste generated on campus. We strive to run an efficient and environmentally sound operation, to educate the community about effective resource use, and to inspire the community to find creative alternatives to unsustainable consumption patterns. A crew of 22-28 students is responsible for collecting and processing over 25 recyclable materials, operating a Free Store and wood shop, composting campus food waste & organic materials, disposing of solid waste, researching and implementing new waste reduction programs, and educating the campus about waste-related issues. The majority of our work is outdoors/physical labor oriented, but there are plenty of opportunities for special projects that are more research, organizing, and education oriented.
Registrar3 students - Students provide general secretarial/clerical support. They are expected to assist with registration, operate office machines, and interact with the public via telephone or the receptionist window. Educational opportunities include developing organizational skills and practicing responsibility, discretion, and professionalism.
Supervisor - Christa Bridgman; Melissa Davis
Residence Hall Maintenance 1Crew members maintain a regular cleaning schedule of various campus buildings, which includes cleaning floors, carpets, windows, walls, and public facilities. In addition, students help move furniture; maintain inventory, distribution, organization, and storage of custodial supplies; coordinate and prepare for large and small conferences and events, which include setups and stagings; perform equipment and small engine repair and preventive maintenance; and other duties as assigned. Educational opportunities for crew members: First-year students will receive training in routine detailed work. Students will also learn the use of floor and window washing equipment, as well as how to use chemicals and chemical dispensers. The second-year student will learn supervisory skills by assisting in the training of first-year students, evaluating completed jobs, and by providing the necessary transfer of materials and job information. Third-year students learn management and coordinating skills, become student leaders and help the crew supervisors through follow-up and completion of assigned jobs with satisfactory results. However, any student showing initiative and competence may be assigned the role of student leader. The progress of each student, with reference to supervisory levels and privileges given, is based on the student's performance and attitude regarding work.
Supervisor - Tom Wilder
Residence Hall Maintenance 2Crew members maintain a regular cleaning schedule of various campus buildings, which includes cleaning floors, carpets, windows, walls, and public facilities. In addition, students help move furniture; maintain inventory, distribution, organization, and storage of custodial supplies; coordinate and prepare for large and small conferences and events, which include setups and stagings; perform equipment and small engine repair and preventive maintenance; and other duties as assigned. Educational opportunities for crew members: First-year students will receive training in routine detailed work. Students will also learn the use of floor and window washing equipment, as well as how to use chemicals and chemical dispensers. The second-year student will learn supervisory skills by assisting in the training of first-year students, evaluating completed jobs, and by providing the necessary transfer of materials and job information. Third-year students learn management and coordinating skills, become student leaders and help the crew supervisors through follow-up and completion of assigned jobs with satisfactory results. However, any student showing initiative and competence may be assigned the role of student leader. The progress of each student, with reference to supervisory levels and privileges given, is based on the student's performance and attitude regarding work.
Supervisor - Tom Belmore
Residence LifeThe Residence Life Crew is comprised of two parts: Crew Leaders (CL) and Resident Assistants (RA). The Residence Life crew is an integral part of the Warren Wilson College Student Life Department. The crew's responsibility is to enhance the development of students as individuals and as members of their residence hall communities through creating a residence hall environment that supports learning, openness, respect, and responsibility. The CLs and RAs articulate and role model for students the philosophy, mission and policies of Warren Wilson College. CLs and RAs gain skills in crisis management, mediation, policy enforcement, program planning and implementation. CLs gain additional skills in supervision, meeting facilitation, and facility management as the supervisors of one or more RAs and building manager of their Residence Hall(s). While in their position, Crew Leaders have a day student contract for 15 hrs and Resident Assistants work 7.5 hours on another crew and 7.5 hours on the Residence Life Crew. Hiring for the Residence Life Crew is traditionally done each spring semester and then as needed throughout the academic year by application only.
Supervisors/ACs - Natty Burford, Robert Alicea, Erika Orman, Jacob Ewing
Sage CaféThe crew consists of one manager, 9-10 cafe workers and 3-4 baking crew members who are responsible for all aspects of running this student space. Basic duties include food and beverage service, daily cash handling, cleaning and maintenance of cafe space, and program planning and support. One crewmember is responsible for running and maintaining the Cafe's wood-burning brick oven. The baking crew is responsible for producing breads and treats to be sold in the Cafe. Educational opportunities include learning about baking, brick ovens, and perfecting recipes. Cafe crew members work two nighttime shifts per week, including some weekends, and must be able to work well independently. Previous experience in a cafe setting is helpful but not required. Crew members should be creative and interested in supporting a wide variety of activities in the Café.
Supervisor - Devon Hannan
Social Science Assistant1 student - This crew provides support to the faculty in the Social Science Division, especially the department of Sociology and Anthropology. Activities include clerical tasks (copying, scanning, running errands, etc.) but also maintaining and designing departmental web pages, helping with faculty research, and organizing events. In the spring semester, the crew member helps organize the Academic Capstone Carnival, which involves designing a series of documents, brochures, and flyers. Students are provided with the opportunity to learn professional communication skills, event planning and marketing, as well as general office skills.
Supervisor - Ben Feinberg
Spiritual LifeAs a programming crew, Spiritual Life plans and conducts various events catering to the diverse religious and spiritual body that composes the Warren Wilson Community. In addition to worship, prayer, and meditation, Spiritual Life works closely with the Center for Community Engagement and the Center for Gender & Relationships to promote social justice on campus and in the larger community.
Supervisor - Brian Ammons; Bass Wolf
St. Clair Guest HouseDuties include office management, general cleaning and maintenance of the St. Clair Guest House. This student will represent the College to many College visitors. Educational opportunities include learning management skills, job organization, cleaning and maintenance skills and the ability to work independently. Initiative, responsibility, and social skills are required. Student willing to work a flexible schedule, sometimes on weekends.
Supervisor - Liz Brace
Student ActivitiesThe crew is charged with planning and implementing the weekly entertainment and special events on campus. This includes music, lectures, and workshops, as well as annual events such as the Holiday Formal, Drag Show, Circus and Commencement. Students represent a wide range of tastes and interests and are also responsible for generating input and feedback from the student body regarding on-campus events. In addition, the Student Activities Office maintains the master calendar and acts as an information hub regarding all events on campus. Duties of the crew include budgeting for, scheduling, and publicizing entertainment, as well as offering technical support, such as operating sound equipment, as needed. Educational opportunities include event management, problem solving and development of technical skills associated with music programming. Students on the crew need to have good organizational skills and the ability to see a project through to its end.
Supervisor - Tacci Smith
SwitchboardThese students serve as receptionists for Warren Wilson College visitors while staffing the main College switchboard operation for all campus offices. Students may also assist with office work. Educational opportunities include learning to operate the campus switchboard; gaining skills in public relations, customer service, and problem-solving; developing responsibility, a professional attitude, and time management skills. To be a member of this crew, students may be at a freshman level or above, with knowledge of the staff and the campus and good interpersonal skills, dependable, and dress appropriately.
Supervisor - Susan McCracken
TheatreThe crew assists in running all areas of a 321-seat theatre facility. Work includes scenery and costume construction, lighting and audio maintenance and operation, 30-batten counterweight system maintenance and operation, box office, publicity, stage management, and general office work. The Theatre Crew provides technical support and running crews for the department productions, college concerts, recitals, meetings, receptions, touring theatrical productions, and other events in the outside community. Crew works under the supervision of the Technical Director, Costume Designer, and Theatre Director. Educational opportunities exist in all the above areas, although often students with some previous experience in construction, sewing, electrical, and/or audio are sought. Students emerge from the crew with strong experience in lighting, carpentry, stage management, and promotional areas. Regular crew hours are between 1 and 5:30 P.M.. Monday through Friday. Some additional hours occur while running evening performances.
Supervisor - Don Baker
Verner CenterCrew members at Verner Center have the opportunity to play, learn, and grow with young children alongside classroom teachers as well as assisting in basic housekeeping of the classrooms and Verner Center campus grounds. Student crew members will help plan and implement educational activities for children 3-5 years of age (and sometimes for infants and toddlers) with singing, dancing, painting, reading stories, building with blocks, playing in sand, and much more. Students are often asked to work with small groups of children in activities to give children more adult/child interaction time and to work on developing specific skills. Crew members have the opportunity to be adult friends with young children who receive them into the classroom with smiles and hugs. Crew members are expected to have a Tuberculosis clearance from the WWC nurse and have an orientation to Verner Center before beginning their service. A handbook has been designed to assist them in the orientation process. Educational opportunities include developing skills in teaching, interacting with young children and learning appropriate ways to guide young children's behavior. Students learn the responsibilities of collegiality and ways to support the classroom teacher by taking initiative with both children's activities and restoring the classroom for its variety of uses.
Supervisor - Maura Davis
Wellness10-12 students - The Wellness Department's main goal is to further the mission of WWC, which is to "promote wisdom, understanding, spiritual growth, and contribute to the common good" by providing programs to encourage and develop students' needs. Examples of the programs are Yoga, Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi, African Dance, and Massage. Students are responsible for many administrative aspects of wellness classes, such as keeping track of class size, staying in contact with teachers and teachers' needs, handling of contracts, developing new Wellness classes and events, caring for Bryson and the Pavilion, helping the Athletic Training Crew 3-5 hours per week, helping to coordinate events with Student Activities, Counseling, Athletics, Outdoors, Herb Crew and campus greening projects. Educational opportunities include learning the details of contract writing, scheduling, customer service, and communication. Students must be familiar with on-campus resources and weight room equipment, must have working knowledge of computers, and must be a non-smoker with a general knowledge of healthful life-styles.
Supervisor - Charlie Wright
WIDEThe Wilson Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity Office (WIDE) provides advocacy, community building, empowerment, and identity affirmation in support of underrepresented student populations, including students of color and International students.
Supervisor - Obie Ford
Work Program Office3-4 students - The Work Program Office serves as the HR department for student workers. Crew members perform general administrative assistant/clerical functions, help with the orientation of new students to the Work Program, complete federal employment paperwork, provide customer service to the college community and beyond, become familiar with computer input and operation, and complete special projects. Students in the Work Program Office have access to confidential information; therefore, the ability to maintain confidentiality is of utmost importance. Educational opportunities include learning data entry, word processing, typing skills, knowledge of campus personnel, general office procedures, public relations skills, and how to maintain department statistics. Student initiative is encouraged. Students must have the ability to work unsupervised in a fast-paced workplace.
Supervisor - Paul Andersen, Ellen Graves
Writing AssistantThe writing assistant works closely with the Director of the Undergraduate Writing Program and other writing faculty, aiding the daily function and organization of the Program with clerical assistance, promotion of events, and research projects. Educational opportunities include learning how to organize, enhancing written and verbal communication, learning to develop research strategies and energizing a diverse community of local and visiting writers.
Supervisor - Rachel Himmelheber
Writing StudioThe Writing Studio aids students on campus who require help in the way of writing, whether it be technical writing for a science course or creative writing. Crew members spend the majority of their work time with other students, helping to improve their writing skills through working on whatever assignment the student may have.
Supervisor - Julie Wilson