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Gatton Student Center Employment

Throughout the course of employment at the Gatton Student Center, students will be able to problem-solve effectively, conduct technical operations, develop more confidence personally and professionally, and sharpen interpersonal skills. 


Internships are an excellent way to gain hands-on experience, learn about what it takes to become a professional in your field, and impress future employers by adding valuable skills. 

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Job Opportunities

Gatton Student Center

  • Gatton Student Center Student Service Representative

    • A Student Service Representative of the Gatton Student Center (GSC) Student Hospitality Program will have the opportunity to serve the campus community by providing information about on campus resources and events, assist with GSC events, and develop their professional and leadership skills that will aid them in their future careers.

University Events

  • Commencement Graduate Assistant 
  • University Events/CBMI Graduate Assistant 
  • University Events Student Coordinator 
  • Graphic Design and Marketing Internship

Production Services

  • Production Services Student Technicians

    • Set up and operation of the audio/video systems needed for various events

Communications and Media

The Auxiliary Services team offers the following:

  • Social Media/Content creator Internship 
  • Journalism and Communication Internships 
  • Graphic Design Internship 
  • Website Design Internship


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Employment Policies

UK Policies and Procedures

Student employees are expected to adhere to all department-specific policies and procedures. New student employees should ask their supervisor for details concerning department-specific policies.

Drug-Free Policy

In the case of a passed screen, an e-mail communication or a call from the Human Resources Employment Specialist should be expected.

Failed Screen: however, if an adverse result is found, Human Resources will discuss with the hiring official the next step taken.

The University of Kentucky is committed to providing a healthy and safe workplace for its employees. 

Any employee who engages in the unlawful possession, use, dispensation, distribution or manufacture of controlled substances, while on University property or on University business or who is convicted of a criminal drug statute violation which occurred in the workplace or while on University business is subject to corrective action up to, and including, termination of employment.


Environmental Health & Safety

All new employees of the University are required to view the "UK Safety Begins With You" video, which covers rules and regulations related to maintaining safe working conditions for everyone. New student employees should view the video presentation online. A printable acknowledgement form is included, which must be filled out by the new student employee and returned to Human Resources.



Discrimination and Harassment

The University of Kentucky does not tolerate sexual harassment of any kind. Sexual harassment is a form of sexual discrimination that includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical actions of a sexual nature. Racial Harassment of any kind is also prohibited by UK policy. No individual or identifiable group of persons shall on the basis of race, color or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in the context of employment or participation in a university course, program, service or activity. Racial harassment is a form of race discrimination.

Student employees are required to familiarize themselves with UK policy by completing the Discrimination and Harassment Training on Blackboard. Student employees are also expected to familiarize themselves with UK policy by reading, printing, and retaining a copy of the Discrimination & Harassment brochure.

Separation From Employment

All employees of the University are considered "at will," which means that employment may be terminated at any time by either the employee or the University. Separation from University employment is considered either "voluntary," through resignation, or "involuntary," through termination, layoff, or abolishment of position. Other forms of involuntary separation may result from misconduct or from job-related performance reasons based on the nature and severity of the act or problem.