Andrea Davis, the Student Payroll Manager will be out of the office from Friday September 19th through October 13th. Hours of operation for the Labor & Student Payroll Office will be modified to accommodate her absence. The following office hours will be active between September 19th and October 13th. During this time, in order to resolve payroll or TRACY issues, please either come by the office (Fairchild 10), call the main program extension 3611 or email Labor_Program@berea.edu
|Tuesday||8:00AM- 8:45AM, 1:00PM- 5:00PM|
|Wednesday||8:00AM-9:30AM, 1:00PM- 2:30PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM|
|Thursday||8:00AM-12:00PM, 1:00PM-2:45PM, 4:15PM-5:00PM|
|Friday||8:00AM-8:45AM, 1:00PM-2:30PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM|
For emergencies, outside the above office hours, contact Darlene Stocker ext. 3692 for payroll issues, or David Slinker ext. 3734 for TRACY issues.
This notice pertains to only labor payroll and TRACY issues. Office hours for all other labor program services (e.g. workplace intervention, mediation, evaluation, assessment, training…) are 8AM-12PM and 1PM-5PM Monday-Friday.
Thank you for your understanding, and we apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.
Welcome to the administrative offices homepage of the Labor Program at Berea College. We invite you to browse through our pages to discover information about the program as well as resources that will assist you in your important work. Student job descriptions, payroll forms, training aides, evaluation materials and general information about the program are among the many items that can be found here!
Berea College requires all students to work 10-15 hours per week in approved jobs on campus or in the community while carrying a full academic course load. These work experiences provide tremendous opportunities for students to work in major related areas and to develop soft skills that future employers are looking for. Students and alumni share an overwhelming positive view of the Labor Program. The work experience, they note, “teaches you how to work”, “provides practical experience” and “genuine job perspective.”
“The Labor Program was one of the most important parts of my education at Berea.”
—Abby Cameron, class of ’97
“The Labor Program is a wonderful leveler. Everyone works…no excuses.”
—Eric Hardin, class of ’96