Work for the REScycle program during move-out

The Case Western Reserve University Office for Energy & Sustainability is seeking six students to work for the REScycle program during move-out.

Each year, CWRU students donate around eight tons of unwanted clothing, household goods and school-related supplies by placing the items they no longer need in REScycle boxes located in the common rooms of CWRU residence halls.

As commencement gets closer, and students are leaving campus in a hurry, the residence halls get more and more overfilled with items for donation, trash and recycling.

Students in the REScycle program will work May 16–21 for eight-hour shifts to monitor, sort and help with the REScycle boxes and program.

REScycle workers will be allowed to remain in campus housing at no cost until the morning of May 22.

More details are available on the application page. Hiring will begin immediately.