There are always job openings
in the bowling alley at the beginning of each semester and sometimes in the
middle of the semester. Please read
the job details below to see if you are interested.
The attendant's job is basically
running the bowling alley. Duties include fixing minor problems with
pinsetters and scoring equipment, giving out bowling shoes, opening and
closing lanes, opening and closing the bowling alley (if needed), and working
If you are a Federal Work Study (FWS)
eligible employee, please feel free to apply! Some frequently asked
questions appear below:
What are the requirements for
requirement is that you are a work study student. We do not offer
non-work study jobs. You do not need any prior experience to work
How much money will I earn by
The federal work
study wage is $9.00/hour.
How often do I have to work?
You can work as
much or as little as you'd like. Freshman are allowed to work no
more than 10 hours a week, while upperclassmen can work up to 15 hours a
week. If you are new, we will place you in our schedule based on
when you indicate you can work. If you are a returning employee,
you can select your own hours before each semester. Of course,
either way you can change your schedule before we start working if there
are any problems.
Who do I contact to apply for the
job or if I have additional questions?
Please send an
e-mail to the manager at
How do I apply for a job here?
Please send us a
picture of your schedule from Web For Students to the email address
above. Indicate the hours that you would prefer to work and when
you are available (weekday morning, afternoon, evening, night, and weekend).
If we can fit you in the schedule, we will contact you.
We look forward to hearing from you!