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Student Employment On or off Campus

 

Federal Work Study (FWS)

Federal funds used to promote part-time employment on or off campus. Employment opportunities are offered to full-time and part-time students who demonstrate financial need after all other grants/scholarships and outside resources have been considered. Positions are limited and the number of hours a week that a student can work varies. Students may earn up to their maximum financial need. To apply for FWS, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and contact the Financial Aid Office

JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Student Ambassadors5 minimum/25 maximum per semesterTonya Howden269-294-424904/22/2014

​Duties include:

  • Guiding comprehensive campus tours to prospective students and families
  • Acting as host/hostess at campus events
  • Entering data into computer system.
  • Collaborating with other campus departments to ensure event success
  • Providing support for mass mailings
  • Other duties as assigned.

Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Proficient computer skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and data entry
  • Leadership ability
  • Work as a productive member of a team
  • Effective time management


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Communications & Marketing10-20Val Juergens269-294-432906/23/2014

Looking for a responsible student to help with graphic design, printing and copying.  Keep promotion materials current and filled in stands.  Photograph events and assist in organizing photos.  Videography, and assisting with some video editing. Help update social media positing.  Student should be familiar with graphic design, InDesign, Micro Soft Office, Power Point and have good filing and organization skills.

 

 

 


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Fitness Wellness Center10Lea Green269-294-427408/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible student to assist with spraying and wiping down machines, cleaning the counter, vaccuming the floors, washing windows, folding towels, scrubbing scuff marks and polishing machines, cleaning lockers, and simple machine preventative maintenance.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Academics10-20Amy Young and Patricia Morgenstern269-294-430808/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible studentto assist with shredding, filing, typing, maintain classroom assignments, assist with preparation of academic activities and meetings.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Softball10-20Tom Muckel269-816-241708/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible student ot help clean fields, line field for games, clean dugouts, clean locker room, paint, misc. jobs for softball.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Athletic Department10-20Steve Proefrock294-421608/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible student to assist with clean up duties/laundry and recruiting mailings, set up for games, clean up fields, pick up trash.  Student will also provide game assistance during basketball baseball and softball games.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Men's Basketeball10Steve Proefrock294-421608/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible student to help set up/take down for practices and scrimmages, clean up duties of gym, and recruting mailings.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Science10-20Jeff Hucko294-420408/25/2014

​Looking for a responsible student to assist with cleaning lab equipment, setting up for labs, preparing solutions, typing up labels, lists and other documents.  Assist science faculty as needed.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Student Activites10Jeff Hucko & Chad Worthington294-420408/25/2014

​Looking for an outgoing student to assist in planning, organizing and participating in campus activites.  Duties may include, but not limited to, taking inventory of available supplies, design and distribute flyers advertising activities, organize activites between campus clubs, operate popcorn and snow cone machines.


America Reads Tutoring Program

The America Reads Program was developed in response to a challenge from the President of the United States to college students across the country to improve literacy skills of children in our elementary schools. Tutors receive training, and then work in area schools. Positions are limited and the number of hours a week that a student can work varies. Students may earn up to their maximum financial need. To apply for America Reads, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and contact the America Reads Coordinator, Rebecca Burch at  269-294-4339

 

 

America Reads Positions

JobHoursDepartment HeadLocationPosting DateClosing Date
America Reads TutorTutoring Elementary StudentsAmerica Reads- Rebecca Burch 294-4339Off Campus08/06/2013