06-03-13 Office Assistant
The Academic Success Center is seeking a Federal Work Study student to help serve as an Office Assistant. The student employee will assist with general office duties, including answering phones in a professional and pleasant manner, general typing, serving as receptionist, collecting and distributing mail, filing, data entry, and other tasks. Additionally, student employees will contact students for various reasons, at the direction of the supervisor. The person selected for this position must be reliable, responsible, and exhibit a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality. If interested, please contact Steve Jarvis at 304-384-6074 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
06-03-13 Peer Tutors
The Academic Success Center is seeking a Federal Work Study student (or student eligible for State funds) to help serve as Peer Tutors. Several peer tutors are needed for tutoring a variety of subjects, including math, sciences, English, psychology, and other courses offered by Concord. Tutors must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall and an A or B in the course they tutor. Tutors must be sensitive to the academic and learning needs of fellow students and maintain a high degree of confidentiality. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are a must. If interested, please contact Steve Jarvis at 304-384-6074 or by email email@example.com.
06-03-13 Office Assistant - Counseling Center
The Counseling Center is seeking a Federal Work Study student (or student eligible for State funds) to help in their office. The student employee will assist with general office duties, including answering phones in a professional and pleasant manner, arranging appointments for the Counselor, general typing, serving as receptionist, collecting and distributing mail, filing, and other tasks. the person selected for this position must be reliable, responsible, and exhibit a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality. Student work work Monday-Friday from 8 am - 4 pm. If interested, please contact Marjie Flanigan at 304-384-6035 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
06-03-13 Office Assistant
The Student Affairs Office is seeking a Federal Work Study student (or student eligible for State funds) to help in their office. The student employee will assist with general office duties as well as assisting with correspondence and publications, including Parents Club newsletters, updating the Student Handbook, Orientation materials, UNIV 100 & 400, and more. The student employee must be responsible, hard working, and accurate with calculations and data entry. If interested, please contact Marjie Flanigan at 304-384-6035 or by email email@example.com.
05-30-13 Office Assistant
The Housing/Student Affairs Office is seeking a Federal Work Study or CU Connect eligible student to help serve as an Office Assistant. This job would include filing, running errands on campus, some coverage of main desk, answering telephone calls, and other duties as assigned. If interested, please contact Sonya Baldwin in the Student Center Room 201, by phone at 304-384-5231, or my email firstname.lastname@example.org.
05-28-13 Office Help
Federal Work Study student needed to help with the Maintenance Department. Student will help deliver packaged around campus and other duties as assigned. Must have a driver's license. Will work 10 hours per week. If interested, contact Loran Morgan at 304-384-5166.
05-24-13 Office Assistant - Social Science Division Office
Function as office receptionist and help center for students and faculty. Must maintain professionalism of Division Office at all time, perform general clerical duties, run on-campus errands, deliver and collect Division mail at Student Center, and perform other tasks within capabilities as requested. Specifically, be punctual and professional, answer phone, take messages, transfer calls, etc.; respond to questions/concerns of faculty and students; make copies; occasionally type memoranda and letters, research on-line, etc.
Students would work 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm Monday - Thursday. Additional hours may be worked between 8:00 am - 7:00 pm. Student will work 8-10 hours per week; more if student's funding allows. Must be Federal Work Study eligible.
If interested, contact Donna Roberts in Marsh Hall 105, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 304-384-5352.
05-22-13 Welcome Center
Seeking student with an outgoing effervescent personality to greet visitors, guests, and Concord students and personnel in the Student Center. Answer questions, provisde guidance as needed, and engage passers-by. Must be able to initiate conversations with strangers. Must be able to work independently. Must be reliable in showing up for assigned shift. Must be able to smile and have a genuine interest in others. Must be eligible for Federal Work Study.
If interested, contact Tammy Monk in the Career/Advancement Services office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
05-16-13 Summer Construction
Person needed for general construction work through the summer. Craftsman skills are a plus. Contact Bob Redden at 727-510-4255 for more information or to apply.
04-25-13 Office/Marketing/Event Planning Summer Help
The Beckley Convention Center is seeking summer help, mainly Monday-Friday, although some flexibility is needed due to the nature of the work. Most time will be spent in the administrative office. Job duties would include greeting customers, billing, filing, updating website and facebook page among other websites with upcoming events. Assisting with events when needed. Could be an internship position for hospitality or marketing.
Please email Andrea Akers at email@example.com or call 304-252-7361 if interested.
04-12-13 Event Assistant
Concord University. Must be Federal Work study eligible. Student will help with the planning, execution, logistic details and follow-up of events. The Event Assistant will gain valuable work experience in event planning and will work with a variety of on and off-campus clients. Enthusiastic attitude and prompt working habits are required. Evening and weekend work is required.
01-29-13 Camp Lohikan/Camp Cayuga/Camp Greeley
We are currently recruiting college students for the 400+ staff positions we have available in our three summer camps located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. A wide variety of positions are available.
We pay the best salary in camping! Room, board and laundry services are provided free of charge. Top Caliber staff recruited from across the United States and Europe provides a unique social experience. Ample nights off and days off for socializing. We're only 2 1/2 hours from New York City! Internships and college credit is available. All 3 camps feature outstanding facilities including pools, private lakes, on-premises stables, regulation sports fields, tennis courts and basketball courts with lights, gymnasiums, creative arts centers, performing arts centers, adventure facilities, ropes courses, archery and riflery, modern cabins with private bathrooms and individual showers and a lot more!
For a staff application, call 908-470-9317 or download an application from our website at http://www.lohikan.com. You can also contact our office at: Camp Lohikan, PO Box 189, Suite BP, Gladstone, NJ 07934.
01-23-13 AmeriCorp Summer of Service
Horseshoe Leadership Center has several summer positions available. Horseshoe offers positions as camp counselors, food service, facility upkeep, medical and lifeguard. Our programs include teen leadership camps, a teen entrepreneurship camp, a camp for 7-12 year olds, and four-week sessions of Youth Opportunity Camp for low income children.
Horseshoe AmeriCorps Volunteers model community in action. At Horseshoe that means everything that happens 24 hours a day is our program. We all work together, we put the campers first, we help everyone, we all help with food service - housekeeping - maintenance and grounds, as well as the activities, cabin life, special activities, camp cleanup, etc. We do it all! Duty, responsibility, character, commitment, a strong work ethic, service, all are qualities Horseshoe AmeriCorps Volunteers must have and do for personal success as well as success in the lives of campers.
Length of service is 10 weeks (including staff training) with possible opportunities for more. Dates of service are May 19th - July 27th.
Stipend: The AmeriCorps living allowance will be paid monthly at a rate of $275/week during active service. In addition, AmeriCorps volunteers who successfully complete their term of service (900 hours) will also receive an additional AmeriCorps Education Award in the amount of $2,775.
Room and Board is provided. Transportation is NOT provided. There are 20 positions available. Summer AmeriCorps member interviews and hiring is now taking place for a limited time. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately.
To Apply: For an application, call 304-478-2481, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Sharon Cassidy, Horseshoe Leadership Center, 3309 Horseshoe Run Road, Parsons, WV 26287-9029.
12-18-12 Interlochen Arts Camp
Spend your summer at the world's leading summer program for talented young artists, Enjoy the company of an eclectic community and the surroundings of beautiful northern Michigan. Camp begins in mid-June and ends in early August.
Camp Life Opportunities: Cabin Counselors, Craft Instructors, Recreation Staff, Challenge Course Staff, Staff Hall Counselors, Lifeguards and Small Craft Instructors.
Camp Services, Support, Internships: Hotel Front Desk, Security, Pedestrian Safety Officer, Retail Store Staff, Box Office, Nurses, Health Services Assistants, Development, Marketing, Photography, Video Production, Transportation, Academic Library and Music Library.
Artistic Opportunities: Ensemble Managers, Teaching Assistants, Collaborative Pianists, Piano Technicians, Theatre Tech, Percussion Assistant, Presentation, Production Services, Stage Services and Art Assistants.
For an application or more information, contact the Human Resources Office at Interlochen Center for the Arts at 231-276-7342, by email: email@example.com, or online: www.interlochen.org/summerjobs.
12-07-12 Camp Zanika Lache
Come see Washington! Camp Zanika Lache, located in the beautiful Wenatchee National Forest, is hiring for it's summer 2013 staff. From the shores of Lake Wenatchee we provide an amazing experience for children ages 5-17 from around Washington state. We are looking for motivated, responsible and fun people, who can handle the camp environment and want to make a positive difference in kids lives. All staff receive a thorough orientation to camp and their responsibilities. This includes getting acquainted with fellow staff, teambuilding, job training, and sharing expectations to set the tone for a fun, supportive community atmosphere.
Jobs available include: Lifeguards, Waterfront Director, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, Counselors, Counselor in Training Director, Unit Coordinator, Office Manager, Nurse and Chef.
$1,200-1,800 for the summer, includes means and housing.
Email of call us for an application. You can also visit our Facebook page to find out more about Camp Zanika and the programs that we offer. On our website is an online application.