Financial Aid

Work-Study

Lewis-Clark State College offers three work-study programs for on-campus employment.

Federal Work-Study

  • Awarded to students who demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA.
  • Awards are a set dollar amount per semester.
  • You will earn at least Federal Minimum Wage.
  • Students cannot work in excess of 20 hours per week when classes are in session.
  • Paid by the hour through the State payroll system.

Atwell Parry (Idaho) Work-Study

  • Awarded to students who demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA.
  • Awards are a set dollar amount per semester.
  • Recipients must be Idaho residents.
  • You will earn at least Federal Minimum Wage.
  • Students cannot work in excess of 20 hours per week when classes are in session.
  • Paid by the hour through the State payroll system.

JOB Work-Study Program

  • Awarded to students who are either not eligible to file a FAFSA (International Students) or students who have no financial need.
  • Funding is very limited so students need to request JOB work-study as early as possible (request forms are available in the Financial Aid Office).
  • Students must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.
  • Award amount must fit within student's Cost of Attendance.

Awarded students will be sent an e-mail to LCMail outlining the terms and conditions of the award. It is your responsibility to find an on-campus job and complete all necessary paperwork for employment. Job postings are available in the Financial Aid Office, Career and Advising Services and on our website. Fall positions are posted by August 1, Spring positions by January 1 and Summer positions by May 1.

Lewis-Clark State College will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all programs, services, and facilities, including applications, programs, admissions, services and employment.

Fall 2016 Work-Study Job Listings

  • Business Technology & Service

Location:  SGC 200

Contact:  Joni Mina

Phone:  (208) 792-2809

Job Title:  Student Tutor

Desired Skills:  Great math and accouting skills.

  • Collision Repair (T&I Division)

Location:  Wittman 108

Contact:  Clarence Griffin

Phone:  (208) 792-2468

Job Title:  Collision Repair Shop Assistant

Desired Skills:  It would be best if the goals of the applicant were aligned with a career in the collision repair trade. Applicants must be willing to work in a noisy and dusty environment.

  • Community Programs - Orofino Outreach Center

Location:  Orofino Outreach Center

Contact:  Danielle Hardy

Phone:  (208) 476-5731

Job Title:  Office Assistant

Desired Skills:  The assistant must have great customer service skills, telephone skills, ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing, attention to detail, dependable, independent worker, and basic computer skills.

  • Grants & Contracts

Location:  ADM 2A

Contact:  Sarah Reaves

Phone:  (208) 792-2461

Job Title:  Grants & Contracts Office Assistant

Desired Skills:  Proficient in Adobe Acrobat; filing; Outlook (especially calendar feature); familiarity with computer scanners and printers; ability to lift at least 25 lbs.

  • KinderCollege

Location:  805 4th St, Lewiston

Contact:  Sarah Wimer

Phone:  (208) 792-2254

Job Title:  Teacher's Assistant

Desired Skills:  Experience with children in a group setting. Should be dependable, self-motivating and reliable with good interpersonal and communication skills. Interested in students pursuing an Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education degree but this is not required.

  • LCSC - Coeur d'Alene

Location:  1031 N. Academic Way, Ste. 140, Cd'A, ID

Contact:  Jody Neuberger

Phone:  (208) 666-6707

Job Title:  Office Assistant - Work-Study

Desired Skills:  PC Experience, including Microsoft Office (Work and Excel). Strong interpersonal skills, both in person and over the phone. Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and maintain FERPA privacy guidelines. Knowledge of office procedures and multiline phone systems a plus, but not required.

  • Learning Resource Center

Location:  SGC 218A

Contact:  Stephanie Lathrop

Phone:  (208) 792-2369

Job Title:  Tutor

Desired Skills:  Accounting and math. Demonstrate competency and/or provide instructor recommendation in specified subject. Ability to work with college students of diverse backgrounds. Possess good interpersonal, organizational skills with a desire to help others. Willing to contribute to a positive learning environment. Capacity to work independently while applying critical thinking skills and problem solving solutions to various student interactions.

  • Math and Science Tutoring Center (Division of Natural Science and Mathematics)

Location:  MLH 320

Contact:  Suzanne Rousseau

Phone:  (208) 792-2273

Job Title:  Tutor

Desired Skills:  Student must demonstrate proficiency in the subject area that will be tutored (mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, statistics). Tutors must be patient and have effective communication skills. Reliability is a must.

  • Media Services

Location:  Library Building Rm 150

Contact:  Lawrence Norris

Phone:  (208) 792-2392

Job Title:  Theater Facilities Event Support

Desired Skills:  Experience with Auditorium Lighting and Sound (preferred, not required). Training will be provided. Fine Arts Support Personnel must be available nights and weekends.

  • Media Services

Location:  Library Building Rm 150

Contact:  Lawrence Norris

Phone:  (208) 792-2617

Job Title:  IVC/Media Support

Desired Skills:  Student must be able to articulate clearly over the phone and be motivated with a willingness to listen and a commitment to lifelong learning. Computer and video knowlege preferred, but is not mandatory.

  • New Student Recruitment

Location:  RCH 114

Contact:  Makenzie Bailey

Phone:  (208) 792-2707

Job Title:  Office Assistant

Desired Skills:  Seeking a self-motivated, enthusiastic person to work in the Office of New Student Recruitment. Applicants should be highly motivated and eager to work in a very fast-paced office. Applicants must have experience using Microsoft Office programs; be very organized and detail-oriented; have an understanding of quality customer service and a strong work ethic; enjoy working with people; be interested in promoting LCSC; and demonstrate the ability to take initiative to start and complete tasks.

  • New Student Recruitment

Location:  RCH 114

Contact:  Makenzie Bailey

Phone:  (208) 792-2707

Job Title:  Student Enrollment Advisor in the Telecounseling Office

Desired Skills:  Seeking a self-motivated, enthusiastic person to work in the Office of New Student Recruitment.  Applicants should be highly motivated and eager to work in a fast-paced office. Applicants must have a strong work ethic; be very organized and detail-oriented; have an understanding of quality customer service; enjoy working with people; be interested in promoting LCSC; and demonstrate the ability to take initiative to start and complete tasks.

  • Student Support Services (TRiO)

Location:  RCH 215

Contact:  Mary Crowell

Phone:  (208) 792-2300, ext. 2840

Job Title:  Learning Lab Tutor

Desired Skills:  Academic proficiency in core classes with emphasis on writing, math and science. Cum GPA 3.0 or higher.

  • Student Support Services (TRiO)

Location:  RCH 215

Contact:  Mary Crowell

Phone:  (208) 792-2300, ext. 2840

Job Title:  Learning Lab Tutor

Desired Skills:  Academic proficiency in core classes with emphasis on writing, math and science. Cum GPA 3.0 or higher.

  • T&I Automotive

Location:  MTB 101

Contact:  Mike Hill

Phone:  (208) 792-2302

Job Title:  Auto Lab Assistant

Desired Skills:  Must have completed the automotive safety course, must be able to repair automotive engines, transmissions, electrical wiring, have basic shop skills and provide a full set of hand tools.


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