Students may apply for work-study positions by visiting Student Jobs. Eligibility is determined by your FAFSA. If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please contact Financial Aid before applying for a position.
General Work-Study Job Descriptions
Work involves physical labor on the Crowder College instructional farm, caring for livestock, repairing fences and out buildings, etc. Students best suited for these job assignments would either have prior farm experience and/or be studying agriculture.
These students perform custodial services on the Crowder College campus. The work is physical and normal working hours are in the evening.
Students working in grounds keeping should be able to operate mowing equipment. The work is seasonal with the growing season, but grounds keeping work-study students are usually assigned to general custodial work during the winter.
Office and clerical positions normally require typing and people skills. Some computer knowledge is also preferable. Assignments include faculty offices, administrative offices, library, and bookstore. Confidentiality of records and information is required, as well as a display of professional behavior.
In addition to the above assignments, occasional specialty openings occur from time to time. Students with special abilities who are requested by college employees for special assignments have included photography, printing, tutors, science laboratories, and vocational shop assistants.