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Federal Work Study

Federal Work Study (FWS) is a federally funded aid program designed to provide part-time employment for eligible students. Students who demonstrate financial need and complete the work study application, are awarded FWS funds on a first-come, first-serve basis until funds are exhausted. If financial aid is awarded too late in the year, students may not receive a FWS award due to lack of funding regardless of whether they had a FWS award in the past. Contact the Financial Aid Office to be placed on the FWS waiting list.

 

Visit Financial Aid Office

  • Fill out the Work Study Application (PDF)
  • Submit the completed application to the Financial Aid Office
  • The Financial Aid Office approves eligibility and provides list of possible work study positions

Find a Work Study Job

  • Review the list of all Work Study Positions (PDF) and check below if the position is currently available
  • Call the designated contact to schedule an interview
  • If you would like to work in a department not listed, contact the Financial Aid Office at (715) 365-4423 to be directed to a member of the department to discuss potential work study positions

Complete Paperwork After Being Hired

  • Complete Employment Paperwork available at the Financial Aid Office and submit to HR (see the following partial list):
  • Applicant Release Form for criminal background check
  • I-9 (bring original documents)
  • Direct deposit – bring voided check or bank account info
  • Receive Work Permit from Financial Aid Office after Employment Paperwork is processed by HR
  • Provide Work Permit to your work study supervisor for approval
  • Work study supervisor notifies student of start date

Start Working

  • Watch for email from the Business Office with timecard instructions
  • Submit timecards per instructions
  • Get paid bi-weekly via direct deposit

Federal Work Study Current Availability

The following Work Study positions are currently available for eligible students. Students can check their eligibility by contacting the Financial Aid Office at (715) 365-4423.

Positions that are not shown on the list below may be filled or currently unavailable. Students may review all Work Study Positions (PDF) and check with the department contact to learn if they're interested in adding a Work Study position.

 

 Position

 Duties

 Qualifications

 Contact

America Reads Tutor

# of Positions - 6 

Tutor reading to children; children reading to tutor; and provide assistance in areas of reading, writing, spelling, vocabulary and homework.

Must be patient, dependable, enjoy working with children, have good reading/interpersonal communication skills, and must have personal transportation.

Financial Aid Office
(715) 365-4423

Campus Sustainability - Invasive Species Removal

# of Positions - 6

Perform various phases of non-native invasive species removal; including identification, pulling or cutting, treatment to prevent regrowth, and disposal/re-purposing of plant material. Training provided.

Must be responsible and able to use various hand tools safely in an outdoor environment. Must be able to lift and carry several lbs., must possess a valid driver’s license.

Patrick Burns
(715) 365-4904

Culinary Arts Work Study

# of Positions - 1

Assist with general kitchen duties as well as cleaning and copying.

Culinary Arts student

Vicki Mendham
(715) 365-4452

Health Occupations Work Study

# of Positions - 1

Complete basic office duties and instructor assigned projects, clean manikins, organize equipment inventory, and other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Health occupations student preferred. Must be dependable, have good communication skills, have some computer experience, be able to work with limited supervision, lift 40 lbs., and must be able to maintain confidentiality.

Lenore Blemke
(715) 365-4637

Information Technology Department Work Study

# of Positions - 1

Work directly with staff members troubleshooting problems; install software and hardware; deploying computers; delivering product and occasional end-user training related to basic operations.

Must have general computer troubleshooting skills.

Shannon Dantoin
(715) 365-4611

Instructional Design - Captioning Assistant

# of Positions - 1

Captioning videos (will train).

Good computer skills, ability to meet deadlines and detail oriented.

Aaron Panke
(715) 365-4926

Lakeside Center Lead Circulation Desk Work Study

# of Positions - 3

Assist patrons, work library front desk, shelve and process materials, and other responsibilities as required.

Must be dependable, be able to pay attention to detail, read and understand numbers/letters correctly, be willing to take direction, have good interpersonal skills and be able to work independently. Creativity a plus. Must be physically able to lift several lbs., and climb ladder or stool to shelve/retrieve materials.

Nora Craven
(715) 365-4576

Public Safety Work Study

# of Positions - 1

Data entry, equipment inventory, scanning, basic office duties, and other duties as assigned.

Must be dependable, have good communication,                organizational, and multi-tasking skills. Some computer experience  required and must be able to lift at least 40 lbs.

Vicki Nelson
(715) 365-4641

Welcome Center Work Study

# of Positions - 1

Assist potential and current students, answer phones, make             appointments, and other duties as assigned.

Pleasant personality, computer service experience and clerical skills a plus.

Erika Warning
(715) 365-4902

 

 

posted 11/2016




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