Father Woody Programs Student Employment Application

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Employment Expectations:

Father Woody’s employees are required to commit to a minimum of six hours/week (maximum of 12-15 hours/week), depending on academic needs and work study award amount. Employees are also expected to submit their Electronic Timesheets truthfully, correctly, and on-time.

 

Positions Available:

Student Employment- Level III Pay

Job description: Punctual, reliable, consistent work schedule required; must commit to a minimum of three service projects (minimum of six hours/week).

Drivers- Level III Pay

Position not available for freshmen. Will need to be approved through the Regis Driver Application process. Good driving record required and must be insurable. Regis Driver Application will be emailed to you in the August.

Job description:Punctual, reliable, consistent work schedule required. Must be willing to uphold Fr. Woody Program policies and procedures as a project supervisor.

 

All Father Woody’s employees are expected to act in a manner consistent with the Mission of Regis University and Father Woody’s Projects. In a more concrete way, this means:

Respect:

Father Woody’s employees are expected to respect themselves, fellow Father Woody workers, supervisors, and most importantly, the individuals they serve. Violence, in word or deed, profanity, dishonesty, and disrespect will not be tolerated and will result in immediate termination.

Recognize:

Father Woody’s employees are expected to recognize their personal dignity and the dignity of others. They must exercise self-control and use common sense, arrive on time, sober, no drugs or alcohol, and dressed appropriately (t-shirt, long shorts or pants, close-toed shoes as a minimum). Students must report any physical, sexual, or verbal harassment or abuse, observed or suspected, to a direct Regis supervisor, Connie Gates or Miriam Hernandez.

Worksite Descriptions:

Annunciation and Guardian Angels Catholic Schools:

 

These schools serve urban, needy, and immigrant student populations. Regis Students assist teachers in classrooms, tutor in after-school programs, and supervise sports and games. You must complete Safe Child Training and a background check to work in the schools.

Mullen Home:

A home for the elderly poor run by the Little Sisters of the Poor. Regis students serve meals, visit with the residents, and attend to numerous other tasks on behalf of the sisters and the residents. Special training and background check needed.

Father Woody’s Workshop:

 

Father Woody’s Workshop, located in the basement of the St. John Francis Regis Chapel, is Father Woody’s on campus center of activity. Students help to prepare for the annual Father Woody Christmas Party in addition to knitting hats and scarves for the homeless, preparing donated goods, and making sacked lunches for the needy.

Christ in the City:

Christ in the City is a Catholic non-profit dedicated to forming missionaries, volunteers and communities in knowing, loving and serving the poor. Fr. Woody's workers walk the streets of Denver with the missionaries to serve the poor.

Fr. Woody's Haven of Hope:

A day shelter where food, shelter, clothing, counseling, rehabilitation and higienic services are provided to the homeless and less fortunate. Fr. Woody Workers go in and help serve, organize, and talk to the homeless.

Special Projects:

In addition, the Father Woody Program assists in numerous “special projects” including Father Woody’s Wrap Party, Father Woody’s Christmas Party, and at sites including Holy Ghost, Samaritan House, and The Crossing.
 
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