Milo Adventist Academy offers a variety of work opportunities. Keeping in mind the personnel needs of the schools industries and on-campus work needs, the work coordinator makes job assignments on the basis of the students abilities and interests. During the process of determining their work assignments, students are also encouraged to apply to work supervisors for the job of their choice.
Jobs are typically available in these areas each year, while others are created as needed:
At campus industries students earn Oregon minimum wage or better.
Other campus jobs are a part of the Work-Study Program and pay federal minimum wage. The average number of hours that students may work their jobs is 10 hours per week.