College offers three work-study programs
for on campus employment opportunities.
Federal and Atwell Parry (Idaho)
Work-Study are awarded to students
who demonstrate financial need through
their annual FAFSA application and want
to work on campus. It awards you a
set dollar amount per semester.
You will earn at least Federal minimum
wage, cannot work in excess of 20 hours
per week when classes are in session,
and are paid by the hour through the
State payroll system
LCSC also offers
the JOB Work-Study Program for
students who are either not eligible to
file a FAFSA (International Students) or
students who have no financial need.
The funding for this program is very
limited so students need to request JOB
work-study as early as possible.
Request forms are available in the
Financial Aid Office.
When you are
awarded, you will be sent an e-mail to
your LCMail account outlining the terms and conditions
of your 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 here on
our website. Fall positions are
posted by August 1, Spring positions by
January 1 and Summer positions by May 1.
information on any of the listed
positions, please contact the respective
Fall 2013 Work-study
Adult Learning Center
Main Street, Lewiston
Verbal and written communication skills,
professional personal presentation,
customer service orientation,
keyboarding and computer skills,
organizing and planning, attention to
detail, initiative, and reliability.
Library, Rm 161
Keyboard and computer skills, attention
to detail, data input, organizational
and communication skills.
Excellent computer and web skills;
excellent writing and proofreading
skills; excellent organizational skills;
detail-oriented; social media savvy;
familiarity with advertising/marketing/
promotions helpful; excellent
interpersonal communication skills; some
knowledge of video production (i.e.
camera operation) helpful.
Communications/Web Development Office
Job Title: Web
Experience hand-writing front-end
Experience with programming languages
(ex. C#, PHP, Python, Ruby) and database
technologies (ex. MSSQL, MySQL).
Should be knowledgeable of modern web
technologies and principles (Frameworks,
CMS, RWD, Cross-Browser/Device
Compatibility, etc.). Should be a
Grangeville Outreach Center
Location: 201 E
Main Street, Grangeville, ID
Good customer service, computer
proficiency (especially in Word, Excel &
Publisher), general secretarial skills.
Basic Computer, internet, Word, and
Excel skills. Good communication
skills, ability to work independently
but also a team player. Must be
able to work in a busy setting and
multi-task effectively. Office
LCSC - CDA Center
N. Academic Way, Suite 140, Coeur
PC experience, including Microsoft
Office (Word 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
TRiO Academic Services
792-2300 or (208) 792-2735
Learning Lab Tutor
Academic proficiency in core classes
with emphasis on writing, math and
science; cum GPA 3.0.