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Student Employment

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program is a need-based program that provides jobs for eligible students with financial need who are enrolled at least half time, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and employment related to their course of study. FWS is a form of federal financial aid, and eligibility is determined when you file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. (Please contact the Financial Aid Office regarding community service obligation.)

Any student interested in a Federal Work Study position must fill out the form on this page and make an appointment with Heather Buck in Human Resources to complete three background checks. Background checks are paid for by the college and they include criminal history, fingerprinting, and child abuse. Heather can be reached by email at hbuck@johnson.edu or at 570-702-8906.

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Peer Tutor
Will provide tutoring to peers in general education and/or technical area subjects. Must have instructor recommendation for each subject. Must keep appointments and maintain paperwork as required.

Location: Moffat Building Library, Cafeteria, Collaborative Learning Space, or Other (such as technical area) as required
Requested Schedule: Open
Minimum Hours Required: 2 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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Cafeteria Assistant

Student will work with all aspects of kitchen duties including restocking food items, washing dishes, sweeping/mopping floors, and general cleaning of kitchen.

Location: Cafeteria
Requested Schedule: Between 8 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Minimum Hours Required: 2 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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Athletic Coordinator Assistant

The student is required to monitor the Gymnasium and Fitness Room (Hours and days are subject to change). They will also be required to assist the athletic coordinator with daily tasks that best fit the student’s and the supervisor’s schedules.  The student will make sure other students do not misuse or remove anything from the gym or fitness room.  The student will be responsible to keep a list of who has used the gym or fitness room and an inventory of all weight equipment. The list must be turned in bi-weekly with their timesheet.  Before the student leaves, they must make sure the gym and fitness is empty and the doors are shut and locked and the lights are turned out. The student will also assist the athletic department with home and away game operations, such as videotaping basketball games, running shot clock/game clock, inventory of uniforms, creating game day flyers and other tasks assigned by the athletic coordinator.Ideal candidate should have background knowledge of sports, how to run a video camera, well organized, good time management skills, be able to travel to away games, and ability to use Microsoft word and Publisher

Location:  Moffat Gymnasium and Fitness Room
Requested Schedule:  Hours and days are subject to change; other hours vary depending athletic season.
Minimum Hours Required: 5 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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Career Services

The Career Services Department is seeking a highly organized, punctual, and dependable students. Candidates must exhibit patience, courtesy, respect, active listening skills, and highly effective interpersonal skills. Strong attention to detail is required. Responsibilities include assisting the Director with special projects as needed, and other duties as assigned. Microsoft Work skills are required for Word and Excel.

Internet Research, Job Research, Filing, Setting up folders, preparing material such as table tents for the career fairs, setting up spreadsheet with result of on campus events, and duplicating materials.

Location: Career Services Office
Minimum Hours Required: 2 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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Library Aide

The Work Study Student position includes, but is not limited to, the following: Shelving books, assisting patrons, overseeing the Help Desk, including checking materials in and out, light typing, filing and sorting, book processing, periodical check in, inventory, special tasks and projects as needed.

Students will be asked to oversee the library alone at times, usually after they have gained some experience.

Location: Library
Minimum Hours Required: 2 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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Student Ambassador

It is the role of the Student Ambassador to communicate Johnson College’s history, strengthen its traditions, and instill Johnson College pride through recruitment efforts, campus activities, and community involvement. We represent the goals and interests of current, future, and past Johnson College students and are involved, committed, and dedicated to our Alma Mater.

Assist the admissions office in the recruitment and retention of prospective and current students, offer support with on campus events, and volunteer within the surrounding community.

Location: Richmond Hall
Requested Schedule: Determined based on student’s class schedule
Minimum Hours Required: 2 hours/week
Maximum Hours Required: 10 hours/week

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