Student Employment

Student assistant positions are recruited through the hiring departments. Find out about need-based federally funded employment through the Federal Work-Study Program.

 

Program Assistant- Upward Bound

Summary of Position: To provide overall administrative support to the staff of the Upward Bound Program. This position is for the Fall and Spring semesters. The hours per week is based on student’s availability and will not exceed 15 hours per week. This position requires student to be available for at least two designated Saturdays per month. The rate of pay is $10.00 per hour. This position also requires a background check and adherence to the University’s Minors on campus policy.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Answering office telephone and taking routine messages
  • Filing
  • Running copies of necessary materials
  • Chaperone minors when necessary
  • Any other assigned office task assigned by professional staff

Please send resumes and any questions or concerns to Whittney Smith at wlsmith@loyno.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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