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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 Services & Business OfficeUp to 15Stacie Hart & Tonya Howden269-294-423512/11/2015

​This position combines the duties of several different areas within the Student Services Office.  Looking for a student to help with filing, file labeling, stuffing envelopes, copying, alphabetizing, data entry, answering phones, provide counter services when needed.  Other duties as needed.  Student should have experience with Micro Soft Work and Excel, be detail oriented, dependable and have good customer service skills.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Academics10-20Tracy Labadie269-294-423801/11/2016

​Looking for a student to assist the Academics department with projects as needed.  Perform regular clerical duties.  Help plan and coordinate events.  Student must be well organized and detail oriented.  Student should have the ability to work well with others.  Knowledge of Microsoft Office (word, excel and publisher) is preferred but not required.


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

 

 

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