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.

Summer 2016 Work-Study Job Listings

  • Campus Security

Location:  MLH 110

Contact:  Barbara Pierce

Phone:  (208) 792-2226

Job Title:  Security Officer

Desired Skills:  Honesty, dependability, able to work nights/weekends/holidays; works well by themselves; excellent written and oral communication skills. Must be familiar with computers; Microsoft Office, radio communication, and converse with people who use English as a second language. Must be able to work in inclement weather and be on feet up to eight hours a shift. Must be able to pass background check and have clean driving record with at least one year of licensed driving experience. First Aid/CPR certification must be obtained within one month of hiring.

  • Career & Advising Services

Location:  RCH 208

Contact:  Debra Lybyer or Denise Harris

Phone:  (208) 792-2313

Job Title:  Office Assistant

Desired Skills:  Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. General clerical and reception skills, computer knowledge.

  • First Year Experience

Location:  RCH 203

Contact:  Tate Smith

Phone:  (208) 792-2323

Job Title:  FYE Retention Assistant

Desired Skills:  Possesses professional/compassionate phone skills; detail oriented; enjoys helping others; understands how to use MS Excel; takes good notes; understands education system; understands/respects confidentiality.

  • 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.

  • Library

Location:  LCSC Library

Contact:  Amanda Klone or Kaitlin Cushman

Phone:  (208) 792-2830 or (208) 792-2833

Job Title:  Circulation Student Employee

Desired Skills:  Customer service skills, computer experience, telephone etiquette, numerical and alphabetical abilities and the ability to work well with the public and fellow peers. Time management, promptness, responsibility, self-starter, strong communication skills, reliable and desire to provide great customer service are essential.

  • Library

Location:  LCSC Library

Contact:  Shannon Casteel

Phone:  (208) 792-2229

Job Title:  Technical Service Student Employee

Desired Skills:  Requires good keyboard ability, computer experience, alphabetical and numerical skills. Must have the ability to work independently and with other staff, follow written and oral instructions and lift some heavy loads 20 to 50 pounds. Must be reliable, prompt, responsible, and have strong communication skills.

  • 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). Tutors must be patient and have effective communication skills. Reliability is a must.


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