SUNY Adirondack and Six Flags Great Escape partner to offer opportunities to SUNY Adirondack students in its collaborative “Work, Learn and Play” program this summer.
Students can earn up to $16.25 an hour, live on campus (if they choose), take a shuttle between the park and campus, receive free park tickets and meals, and keep a flexible schedule so they can enroll in summer classes.
“We are so excited to offer this wonderful opportunity to our students in collaboration with Six Flags Great Escape,” said Kathryn O’Sick, dean for Student Affairs at SUNY Adirondack. “This is a great opportunity to earn money while continuing to earn credit this summer, all while having fun.”
The program allows students to stay on campus for the summer, work in various positions at the 150-acre theme park and continue to earn credits toward a degree.
“We will work with students to apply for summer financial aid and offer discounted on-campus housing,” O’Sick said.