College Work Study Jobs

College Work-Study Jobs

General

College work-study is a need-based program that is awarded to eligible students who indicated an interest in the program on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Work-study funds are limited, and are awarded to students on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Federal college work-study provides jobs to students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay for education expenses. Students who are eligible for college work-study can earn up to the amount listed on their award letter or until Western’s total college work-study allocation is exhausted.

College work-study students are paid on a semi-monthly basis (around the 10th and 26th of each month), based on the number of hours worked. College work-study money is earned and paid to the student, and is not deducted from the student’s Western account.

Work-study students must have a minimum of six credits, during the academic year, to qualify to work under this program. Positions are available on-campus and off-campus.

Fall & Spring:

Fall and Spring work-study students can work 10 hours per week with compensation of $8.00/hour.

Summer:

Summer work-study students can begin work on May 1st and can work up to 25 hours per week. A summer 2014/15 FAFSA must be completed prior to summer 2014 for summer work-study awards. Students enrolled in summer credit classes are NOT eligible to work under the summer work-study program.

Hiring Process:

When a student is awarded college work-study and accepts their award via their Financial Aid Online account, a questionnaire will be emailed to the student for completion. Once completed and returned to Heather Marx, a work-study supervisor will contact the student to set up an interview.

If hired, students will need to meet with Heather Marx. Her office is located in the Administrative Building on the corner of 7th and Main Streets. Students will need to show two forms of identification.

Further questions about college work-study may be addressed to the Work-Study Coordinator Heather Marx at 608-785-9594 or workstudy@westerntc.edu.

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Open Fall Work-Study Positions

Clerical/Office Assistant - Independence Campus - Independence Campus

Answer phones, print class materials, take counselor/COMPASS testing appointments, make copies and other duties as assigned.

Clerical/Receptionist - Bolton Refuge House - P.O. Box 481 Black River Falls, WI 54615

Purpose: For the student to gain an understanding of the workings of a non-profit while assisting advocates. Responsibilities: Answering phone calls, scheduling donation drop-off/pick-up, transporting donations between storage sites, light cleaning of facilities, filing/copying/sorting/organizing, aid in preparation of public awareness events, and other various duties as assigned. ALL DRIVING WHILE ON THE JOB MUST BE DONE IN AN AGENCY VEHICLE, NO USE OF PERSONAL VEHICLE WILL BE PERMITTED. Qualifications: Pleasant demeanor, mature and responsible, organization skills are preferred, must pass a criminal background check, valid driver's license/insurance, clean driving record, able to lift and carry at least 25 pounds. WILL BE LOCATED IN THE BLACK RIVER FALLS AREA.

Custodial/Maintenance - Bolton Refuge House - P.O. Box 481 Black River Falls, WI 54615

Purpose: For the student to gain an understanding of the workings of a non-profit while assisting advocates. Responsibilities: Picking up donations, transporting donations between storage sites, light cleaning of facilities organizing storage facilities, lawn maintenance, light gardening tasks, and other various duties as assigned. ALL DRIVING WHILE ON THE JOB MUST BE DONE IN AN AGENCY VEHICLE, NO USE OF PERSONAL VEHICLE WILL BE PERMITTED. Qualifications: Be in good academic and judicial standing, model successful interpersonal and organizational skills. Prefer a residence hall occupant. WILL BE LOCATED IN THE BLACK RIVER FALLS AREA.

Tutor - Hamilton Boys & Girls Club - 1111 7th Street South, La Crosse, WI 54601

To help school aged members with their homework, supervise small groups, plan activities, assist on field trips and help with discipline issues.

Tutor - Academic Success Center - La Crosse Campus

Assist students n learning/understanding content in a specific class or field, keep a log of session and check in with tutor coordinator at least once a month.