Work Study Employment

Work study is a need based job program and eligibility is determined by completing the (FAFSA) Free Application for Federal Student Aid. During the academic year, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits to hold a work study position. To determine if you are eligible to obtain a work study job, contact the Financial Aid office.

A listing of current job opportunities is listed below. Jobs are on-campus or off-campus with non-profit employers. The hourly wage for all work study jobs is $11.50/hr. You can filter the view by category using the drop down list. Click view on the posting for more details. If you find a job that interests you, contact the supervisor at the phone number listed to inquire (you may need to leave a message).

Students with work study questions should contact the Financial Aid office located in room 113 or call 320-762-4540.

For more work options, check out these additional Community Job Resources.

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Work Study Position
Douglas County Law Library Self-Help Provider
15 hours/week
Start Date
End Date
Projected Earnings
Court Administration
305 Eighth Avenue W
To Apply Contact
Michelle Clark
To provide assistance to pro se persons using the Douglas County Law Library.
Duties may include, but are not limited to: providing assistance to unrepresented civil court litigants and possible litigants in preparing court documents and fulfilling court filing requirements for state civil matters; providing assistance in locating online and printing court forms; and providing assistance with online legal research.
Must be in the Paralegal or Legal Administrative Assistant program, possess a strong work ethic, be punctual, well organized, have a willingness to learn new skills, maintain confidentiality, work independently, and have knowledge of office equipment (printer, copier, computer, internet) and good computer skills.
Please submit resume to email address provided. Training will be provided.