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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
Admissions OfficeUp to 20 HoursAdrienne Skinner294-425808/10/2015

​Looking for a student to help with filing, preparing GOCC packets, making phone calls, faxing, collating, printing, mailing.  Assistance with campus tours will also be needed.  Student will need to be detail oriented, professional, and punctual.  General keyboarding and typing skills required.  Confidentiality is a must.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Science DepartmentUp to 20 hoursJeff Hucko294-420408/10/2015

​Looking for a student to be responsible for helping to set up and clean up before and after lab courses, prepare reagents for biology and chemistyr, be responsible for maintaining cultures and preparing substrates for microbiology.  The student will also have to inventory supplies and specimens.  In addition the student will be asked to assist the science faculty in maintaining a safe laboratory environment.  Student should have successfully completed NSB 121 and NSC 130.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Communications & MarketingUp to 10 hoursValorie Juergens294-432908/10/2015

​Looking for a student to help with graphic design, printing & copying, stocking promotional materials.  Student will also be asked to help photograph events, assist in organizing photos, and update GOCC's social media.  Student should be familiar with graphic design, InDesign & Photo Shop, Micro Soft Office, Powerpoint, photography and be able to file and organize independently.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
C.A.D. DepartmentUp to 10 hoursMickey Schultz260-562-305008/10/2015

​Looking for a student to help assist students in using the CNC machine, 3D printer, and advanced computer adied design software and hardware.  Student should have knowledge of CNC, 3D printing and use of advanced CAD software.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
Student Services, Business Office and Registration DepartmentUp to 20 hoursBeverly Andrews269-294-424808/10/2015

​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 telephones, provide counter services when needed.  Organizing studnet files for purging and imaging.  Other duties as needed.  Student should have experience with Micro Soft Word and Excel, be detail oriented, dependable and have good customer service skills.


JobHoursDepartment HeadPhonePosting DateClosing Date
GOCC FoundationUp to 3 hoursPam Hughes294-438408/10/2015

Looking for a student to help with data entry, filing, create mailings, general office work as needed.  Student should have knowledge of Micro Soft Word and Excel, and be able to use Publisher or photo-shop.

 

 


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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