Work Study Information

Please make sure that all paperwork is complete and returned to the Student Financial Aid Office.

Only students who have been offered work-study in their Financial Aid Package may apply.

  • Work-study Students can complete 110 hours each semester.
  • Students cannot complete more than 20 hours in one week (Saturday-Friday).
     

Work-Study Direct Deposit Agreement

Work-Study Handbook

Work-Study Payroll Dates

Work-Study Evaluation Form

Spring 2020 Openings

America Reads/America Counts

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    America Reads/America Counts Tutor

    Location: Local Elementary School
    Supervisor: Karen King
    Contact: kingk@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 2

    Job Description: The America Reads/America Counts (ARAC) program is designed to enhance primary-level reading and/or math skills of elementary school children in our area, while providing the opportunity for Lees-McRae College students to give back to the community and gain valuable work experience. Students will be required to have dependable transportation to commute to their assigned site. ARAC tutors will perform one-on-one work with individual students or small groups in reading and/or math; review students’ work; help with homework; and be a mentor and positive role model. Effective communication skills and respectful attitude are essential in this role. Tutors will collaborate with local Elementary School principals, teachers, and/or after-school program coordinators. Must be patient, dependable, reliable, and enjoy working with children. Education majors preferred, but not required.

    May be required to work: days

Athletics

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    Bobcat Den Concessions

    Location: Williams Gymnasium and Concessions
    Supervisor: Rita Smith
    Contact: smithr@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Not required to be an athlete. Serve as student manager of the Bobcat Den Concession Stand. Prepare facility and products, serve as sales staff (requires being responsible for money), clean equipment and store items properly, maintain accurate inventory, restock and organize inventory, assist with ticket sales, gate supervision, event preparation and set up, and special entertainment activities. Other duties as assigned. Must be trustworthy, courteous, and have strong work ethic, willing to maintain professional appearance, willing to be flexible with work schedule, be cognizant of precautions to handle food, be able to manage money.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

Science and Math

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    May Wildlife Center Assistant

    Location: May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
    Supervisor: Nina Fischesser
    Contact: fischessern@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 2

    Job Description: Will be expected to do Mentor and Non-Mentor level duties which include: supervising beginning level students during shifts (as requested), scheduling, working on missed shifts, bookwork, helping administrative staff, cleaning cages, food prep, and other related duties.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

Student Affairs

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    Outdoor Programs/Student Affairs

    Location: SRC and/or Student Affairs Office
    Supervisor: Lizzy Gardner
    Contact: gardnerl@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 3

    Job Description: Students in this position may be required to assist in the Student Affairs Office as well as the Campus Rec & Outdoor Programs department. Equipment rentals in the SRC Monday–Friday between the hours of 12 p.m.–4 p.m. Must be dependable and reliable, maintain organization of equipment and gear rooms, maintain develop inventory of equipment and conduct inventory assessments, manage check-out/returns of all equipment, learn and become familiar with policies and procedures, equipment maintenance, cleaning, and reporting, operate ClubSystems software, set up, take down, and maintain climbing wall and equipment (belay certified or willing to become certified), ability to create craft projects and assist with marketing and advertising of programming (bulletin boards, flyers, posters, social media, presence etc.). Will be asked to: deliver paperwork, complete office projects including filing and record keeping, assist with events, be task oriented and able to handle multiple projects, be initiative driven and able to complete projects proficiently, provide basic customer service. Additional responsibilities as needed.

    May be required to work: days, evenings, nights, weekends

Technology Services

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    IT Assistant

    Location: Bowman Building
    Supervisor: Ben Holtsclaw 
    Contact: holtsclawb@lmc.edu 

    Positions Available: 1

    Job Description: Requires basic knowledge of computers such as organizing folders and files, moving and setting up computers, and installing software. Assist faculty and staff across campus with basic troubleshooting techniques. Assist Technology Services staff with office and administrative support duties. Should have a desire to learn new skills, both through instruction and self-teaching.

    May be required to work: days