Access code: Bellarmine21F

At the Bellarmine Phonathon, students call alumni and parents to raise money for the university’s greatest needs while balancing full course schedules. If you are an alum, parent or friend of Bellarmine, we look forward to speaking with you. If you are a student, we hope you will consider joining our team.

Phonathon Dates and Deadlines

Apply for fall 2021 Phonathon by August 26 at by using the Access Code: Bellarmine21F.

The calling sessions are September 9, 2021 – November 18, 2021. 

For questions, please email Margaret at:

About the Job

This is a great job for students because it is on campus, in Allen Hall. Training is on September 9, 2021 (makeup dates available). The pay is $8.25/hour. This year, the Phonathon will run the entire semester so that you will have consistent income. You can work this job in addition to a Federal Work Study position. All training will be provided.

Join our team by applying by August 26. The applications will be open until after then.

What is Phonathon?

The Phonathon is a critical component of Bellarmine's success. Phonathon is an annual program under the direction of the Development and Alumni Relations Office. We hire approximately 50 students and train them to call alumni, parents and friends of the university in order to update address and employment data, build relationships and raise money for Bellarmine. Alumni and friends have been supporting Bellarmine since the first class took place on campus. Without such support, Bellarmine would not be able to offer new technology, student support and the many other features that make it a great university.

Why do students work for Phonathon?

They care about Bellarmine and realize how important the Phonathon program is to maintaining the strength of the university. The funds raised during Phonathon are spent on scholarships, faculty/staff grants and special campus projects, in addition to basic operations. Working at the Phonathon gives students the opportunity to enhance vital interpersonal communication skills while also allowing students to make a difference and earn spending money. Talking with alumni, they can chat about their favorite professors, or maybe even network their way into an internship or job after graduation.