Student Caller Application

The TTU Phonathon is part of Tennessee Tech’s University Advancement and Annual Giving Program. Student Callers are trained to interact with university constituents (alumni, faculty, parents, friends of TTU, etc.) to build and improve their relationships with Tennessee Tech. The position involves informing constituents about university happenings and soliciting gifts. It is important that callers are comfortable on the phone and confident communicators.

Calling occurs five days a week during the Fall and Spring semesters: Monday through Thursday 4:45-8:15pm and Sundays 2:30-6pm. Applicants must be available to work a minimum of three (3) nights a week to be eligible for employment. All hiring takes place in the Fall. Employment is not guaranteed to the end of the semester nor for the following Spring semester. Continued employment is often offered to employees based on job performance, positive attitudes and departmental needs.

The Student caller pay rate is $10/hour. To apply, complete the form below in its entirety. Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews the week of September 1st. Training and calling begins September 8th, 2014. All students selected for training must have an I-9 card by the 8th to be eligible for employment. I-9 card information can be found here: http://goo.gl/qq406f

    Student Information

    Students are responsible for keeping all contact information updated with the Office of Annual Giving. Please put the most accurate and relevant contact information to ensure proper communication. Obviously, try not to mistype: if we can't contact you, you can't be hired.
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    Short Answer Questions

    This is your opportunity to let you personality shine through and impress us. Be honest, candid and don't worry about what we might think about your answers.
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    How did you get here?

    We need to know how you found out about the job. This helps us attract the best students as future callers and gives us data about the methods we should use to communicate with our on-campus university constituents.
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