Lewis-Clark State College offers three work-study programs for on-campus employment.
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.
Location: Activity Center/Harris Field
Contact: Mike Benke
Phone: (208) 792-2366
Job Title: Game Management/World Series Assistant
Desired Skills: Person is able to work in an environment where good communication skills and a personable attitude are a must. Being on time, accountable and having attention to detail is what type of individual would be suitable for this position.
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.
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.
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.
Location: Corner of 7th Avenue and 5th Street
Contact: Amanda Klone or Kaitlin Cushman
Phone: (208) 792-2830 and (208) 792-2833
Job Title: Circulation Student Employee
Desired Skills: Require strong English-language and interpersonal skills, computer experience, telephone experience, numerical and alphabetical skills, and the ability to work well with library patrons. Promptness, responsibility and reliability are essential.