Work-study and student assistant positions are challenging real-world opportunities designed to prepare you for a career.
Students are essential to LCC's operations and contribute to the success of the college in ways that are measurable, assessable, and substantial.
Working in a professional environment encourages students to refine work ethics, advance technological, teamwork, and experiential skills, and improve skills under close supervision.
Students are expected to be punctual, enthusiastic, professional; to follow directions, and to be creative and resourceful when unstated work needs to be done.
Work-Study is for students with financial need. Complete the FAFSA to see if you qualify for need-based aid.
Student Assistant/Help positions are for students who do not qualify for need-based aid.
To qualify for work-study positions you must complete the FAFSA and qualify for need-based aid. The Financial Aid office can tell you if you are eligible for work-study.
There are two kinds of work-study, Federal Work Study and State Work Study. Both programs are an authorization to work and are a type of student aid. Financial need is required.
If you do not qualify for financial aid, you may still apply for Student Assistant/Help positions.
Visit LCC's Job Search page to see the latest job postings. Follow instructions for using Career Connections. Contact the Career Center if you have any questions.
Students may work a maximum of 19 hours per week while attending LCC. Open positions are adjusted to meet students' academic schedules whenever possible.
LCC's Career Counseling & Employment Services provides job search assistance including resume techniques, interview practice, job search strategies, career related topics, and more.
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