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JOBS/INTERNSHIPS

Looking for a part-time job? — A variety of jobs available on Wartburg’s campus are now posted on Knightlink. You may review the positions and apply for them via Knightlink. If you have questions or are having problems logging into Knightlink, please contact Abbie Raum via email, studentemployment@wartburg.edu, or phone, 319-352-8350.

New positions available this week include: 

Academic year 2013-14

  • Maintenance: Founders Hall — custodian
  • Maintenance: Grounds — student assistant

Summer 2014 and/or academic year 2014-15

  • Maintenance: Centennial Complex — custodian
  • Maintenance: Grounds — student assistant
  • Maintenance: Manors — custodian
  • International Student Programs Office — student liaison
  • Residential Life Office — office assistant
  • Admissions — e-communications assistant
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For all currently available scholarship listings, click here.

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Wartburg in the News

Jenna Manders ’14 of Dubuque won the Cedar Valley Nonprofit Award for student leadership, as reported by KWWL.

Josh Johnson
’06 is the new principal at Charles City High School, according to the Mason City Globe-Gazette.

Simon Estes
, distinguished professor and artist in residence at Wartburg as well as a professor at Iowa State, discusses the cancellation of VEISHA at ISU, where he would have been parade grand marshal, as reported in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.

Sarah Boraas
’14 of Sherrard, Ill., was featured on QConline.com for her role in Wartburg's national championship in track and field.

The April Fool's Day prank engineered by the Wartburg Store and the Luther College Book Shop, which temporarily switched identities, was reported in Campus Marketplace, the site for the National Association of College Stores.

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