working in the dining hall

Young Adult participants are invited to work in the Dining Hall in order to help offset the costs of attending NWMC. 


Dining hall workers are asked to work either all of the lunch meals or all of the dinner meals, and will also be assigned to two of the breakfast meals.  Workers report to the dining hall 30 minutes before their shift begins so that they may eat with the rest of the dining hall staff.  At the posted meal time the shift begins, and workers are asked to do a variety of jobs.  Tasks could include seating and assisting dining hall guests, busing tables, working in the dish room, or serving food.  Some of these jobs require long pants and closed-toed shoes, so those choosing to work in the dining hall should plan accordingly as they pack for the conference.


Dining Hall workers should be prepared to arrive, register, and move in to their dorms in advance of the 3:00pm orientation meeting on the first day of the Conference.  Workers should also plan to be present for the entire Conference in order to take advantage of this program. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve others, and we are pleased to offer a way to help control the costs of attending.


There are only a limited number of Dining Hall positions available, so those hoping to take advantage of this discount should plan to register early.

WORKING In The DINING HALL

High School Students are invited to work in the Dining Hall in order to help offset the costs of attending NWMC. 


Dining hall workers are asked to work either all of the lunch meals or all of the dinner meals, and will also be assigned to two of the breakfast meals.  Students report to the dining hall 30 minutes before their shift begins so that they may eat with the rest of the dining hall staff.  At the posted meal time the shift begins, and workers are asked to do a variety of jobs.  Tasks could include seating and assisting dining hall guests, busing tables, working in the dish room, or serving food.  Some of these jobs require long pants and closed-toed shoes, so students working in the dining hall should plan accordingly as they pack for the conference.


Dining Hall workers should be prepared to arrive, register, and move in to their dorms in advance of the 3:00pm orientation meeting on the first day of the Conference. Workers should also plan to be present for the entire Conference in order to take advantage of this program. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve others, and we are pleased to offer a way to help control the costs of attending.


There are only a limited number of Dining Hall positions available, so students hoping to take advantage of this discount should plan to register early.

Dining Hall Workers

High School Students and Young Adult participants are invited to work in the Dining Hall in order to help offset the costs of attending NWMC. 


Dining hall workers are asked to work either all of the lunch meals or all of the dinner meals, and will also be assigned to two of the breakfast meals.  Students report to the dining hall 30 minutes before their shift begins so that they may eat with the rest of the dining hall staff.  At the posted meal time the shift begins, and workers are asked to do a variety of jobs.  Tasks could include seating and assisting dining hall guests, busing tables, working in the dish room, or serving food.  Some of these jobs require long pants and closed-toed shoes, so students working in the dining hall should plan accordingly as they pack for the conference.


Dining Hall workers should be prepared to arrive, register, and move in to their dorms in advance of the 3:00pm orientation meeting on the first day of the Conference. Workers should also plan to be present for the entire Conference in order to take advantage of this program. This is a wonderful opportunity to serve others, and we are pleased to offer a way to help control the costs of attending.


There are only a limited number of Dining Hall positions available, so students hoping to take advantage of this discount should plan to register early.