Offices offering Federal Work Study positions: Budget positions listed below Department Supervisor Contact time Students Needed Hrs/week Academic Discovery Program Bob Miedel 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 10 Adult Enrollment Valerie Green: email@example.com or 215-951-5149 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 1 to 2 10 to 15 Alumni Relations Valerie Kenner: firstname.lastname@example.org Anytime: Monday-Friday 2 5 to 10 Art Museum Michele Mesisca: email@example.com Anytime: Monday-Friday 2 5 to 10 Athletics Kevin Bonner: firstname.lastname@example.org Prior to September 10 4 to 6 5 to 15 Athletics Kevin Bonner: email@example.com TBA 10 10 Athletics Dave Stever (ext. 1727) or firstname.lastname@example.org September 5 or after 1 15 to 20 Communication Sid Mac Leod 9:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 5 to 8 8 to 15 Communication- La Salle TV Tonya Ellis 10:00-4:00, Monday-Friday 5 to 6 10 to 15 Community Development John Coyle and Carolyn Lemongelli 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 5 to 8 Development Allison Taylor (ext. 1881) or Sue Ferrara (ext. 3595) 9:00-4:00, Monday-Friday 2 10 to 15 Finance & Administration Regina Costello: email@example.com 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 1 10 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 3 5 to 10 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.email@example.com 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 1 5 to 10 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 2 5 to 10 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.email@example.com 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 2 5 to 10 Graduate Communication Program Cara Schiavo (ext. 1155) 8:30-5:30, Monday-Friday 1 10 to 12 Greater Philadelphia Initiative Heather McGee: Olney Hall 110 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 2 to 3 20 Information Technology Lewis Hale: firstname.lastname@example.org 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 20+ Integrative Studies Marjorie Allen: email@example.com Anytime 2 to 3 6 Mathematics and Computer Science Marianne Farley 9:00-3:00, Monday-Friday 2 6 Multimedia Services Anthony Machamer 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 10 Office of Student Affairs Maureen Doyle (ext. 1017) 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 to 4 10 to 15 Public Health Holly Harner: firstname.lastname@example.org Anytime via email 1 to 2 10 Speech-Language-Hearing Science Dr. Barbara Amster 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 1 7 Student & Accounts Receivable Debra Wake: email@example.com 9:00-4:00, Monday-Friday 1 10 Student Financial Services Tara Musial 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 3 10 to 20 The Explorer Connection Julianna Gwiszcz 9:30-5:30, Monday-Friday 1 6 to 10 The Explorer Connection Julianna Gwiszcz 9:30-5:30, Monday-Friday 1 6 to 10 Tutoring Services Kathleen Kaar 9:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 1 4 to 6 Undergraduate Communication Loretta Deeble 8:00-3:30, Monday-Friday 2 4 to 5 University Communications Greg Fala (ext. 1907) or Jason Roeckle (ext. 3656) 10:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 1 Flexible Offices offering Budget positions: Department Supervisor Contact time Students Needed Hrs/ week Academic Discovery Program Jodi Woods 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday Up to 25 5 to 8 Advancement Bethany Stanbrough: firstname.lastname@example.org Anytime 15 to 20 6 to 12 Arts and Sciences Robert Mack: email@example.com 1:00-4:00 Thursdays 1 3 Audio Visual Jason Yinger or James Matson (ext. 1296) 8:30-4:30, Monday-Friday 4 to 6 Varies Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 2 10 to 15 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.email@example.com 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 5 10 to 15 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.firstname.lastname@example.org 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 5 10 to 15 Food Services Catherine O'Gorman/Diana Wilson: Studentmanagers.email@example.com 9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday 5 10 to 15 Security & Safety Dennis Graeber: firstname.lastname@example.org Anytime via email 4 5 to 10 Job Description Print letters and labels using appropriate mail-merge functions in Microsoft Office; Complete duplicating forms and drop off and pick up duplicating from the Mail Room; Distribute mail and reports; Receive telephone calls in a courteous manner and politely greet office visitors and students; Take messages and respond to routine inquires and requests. Applicants should be punctual and responsible with strong communication skills. The student will be filing, use excel for multiple functions, picking up the mail, delivering files, assisting in Open Houses, back up to answer main phone line, and other duties as assigned. Filing, answering phone calls, light office work, Microsoft Office/Excel, running errands to main campus, other tasks as assigned. In addition to the guarding and care of the art museum, responsibilities of the student worker include greeting visitors, daily cleaning tasks, mail, answering telephone, creating and posting flyers and posters, data entry, assisting with framing and handling art work under the direction of full time staff. Do you have an interest in sports? The athletic communications and promotion offices have openings for work study students to help work games, shoot video, run promotions and work occasional office hours as needed. The Athletics Department is looking for top-notch, professional, college students to join our promotional Rally Team. The Rally Team is responsible for promoting the Athletics Department and individual sport teams on campus and at sporting events. The Rally Team will be specifically, but not limited to, assisting the Promotions Team at men’s and women’s basketball games to select in-game promotions contestants, perform promotions during the game and work to maintain an entertaining atmosphere. Some office work also included. Duties include stat keeping, scorekeeping and videotaping during practice. Possible travel to away games as well. Assist Building Manager in keeping building secure. Open and close video, audio, and film facilities. Greet visitors, answer phone. Check out, and in, audio and video equipment. Chief Qualifications: reliability, initiative, ease with technical equipment, pleasant manner. Day and evening hours available. Assit with cable TV station. Must be detail oriented. Office duties along with programming & production needs. Answer and direct phone calls using a multi-line phone. Greet students, staff, and visitors that enter the office and offer them assistance. Handle duplicating requests by photocopying or completing the appropriate paperwork. Computer work including data entry and word processing. File paperwork, organize and maintain paper and electronic files. Mail pickup, office cleanliness and organization, run errands. General office duties, must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Assist the various departments within the Division of Finance & Administration in basic office duties, including, but not limited to: answering phones, greeting customers, organizing storage rooms, filing, shredding, scanning, faxing and copying of documents. Data entry, answering and transferring phone calls, taking photos of students and faculty, filing. Data entry, answering and transferring phone calls, filing. Data entry, answering and transferring phone calls, filing. Data entry, answering and transferring phone calls, filing. The Graduate Program in Communication is seeking 1 communication major (preferable freshman or sophomore) to assist in office duties. Student Administrative Assistants are employed to assist the program secretary, director, and faculty with such tasks, but not limited to: folding letters & stuffing envelopes, photocopying, answering telephones and taking messages, delivering mail and running errands to various campus offices, retrieving and delivering mail to campus mail room, word processing documents, including some correspondence, creating PDF files for classroom use, scanning word documents for faculty, etc. Applicant is required to possess word processing skills, as well as be dependable & punctual. Student work will assist with three campus initiatives (Greater Philadelphia Initiative, Explorer Connection, and Service Learning). Main duties will include: conducting internet research, updating social networking sites, data entry, photocopying and distributing flyers. Student workers will provide support in the Information technology department on campus by helping students with software or hardware problems. They also will assist with keeping the equipment clean and maintained and assist with print/copy jobs. We are looking for individuals with computer skills, as well as basic office skills. Experience with Microsoft Office products Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Office skills that include faxing, copying, printing and answering the phone. Applicants must have good customer service skills, and understand and follow directions. Clerical position--use of Microsoft Word required general office duties; collect and distribute mail; help with mailings to students and alumni; check supplies and maintain classrooms; post notices on bulletin boards Multimedia Services Student Workers will, under general supervision, handle day-to-day operations in Multimedia Services (Olney 119) and the Center for New Media (Olney 117). Reporting duties will be to the discretion of the Operations Manager of Multimedia Services. Training for all job responsibilities will be offered from the Multimedia Services Operations Manager, Center for New Media Coordinator and Student Managers. General office duties and other tasks as assigned The Director of the MPH Program is looking for help working on a women’s health research project involving incarcerated women. Students will help enter data, perform literature searches, and write manuscripts. Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to apply. General Office work which includes copying, collecting and distributing the mail, assisting with mass mailings, graduations activities, etc. The work-study student will file, answer phones, photocopy documents, etc. Student must sign a confidentiality agreement. General office duties and other tasks as assigned In need of one student with video capture and basic editing skills, preferably with experience in Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro. This student will work primarily on Wednesdays to video and edit content from the Explorer Cafes. Photo and Video capture transfer and editing, Asset Management of video content and other media content, Equipment check and preparation, Must be able to work Wednesdays from 1:30-5:30, and one additional day per week (preferably Tuesday afternoons). Hours aside from Wednesday are flexible. In need of another student preferably with some graphic design skills (i.e. familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and/or publication programs, including Word). This student will work with me primarily on publicity efforts for The Explorer Connection. This student will also carry out some additional tasks as needed. Designing flyers and other publicity documents for special events, including the Explorer Café Occasional photography for programs as needed, Photo editing and Media Asset Management. Other special projects such as slideshows and other media related presentations as needed. 2-3 hours on Monday, Thursday and/or Friday afternoons; 6-10 hours total. assisting with data entry, tutor timesheet maintenance and compilation, photocopying, WORD and EXCEL docs and maybe some POWER POINT. The student needs basic math skills and the aforementioned software literacy. Various office duties for administration supervisor, director and faculty. Duties include but not limited to folding letters, stuffing envelopes, photocopying, scanning, answering telephone and taking messages. Dependability and punctuality are a must. Has a general knowledge of how Web sites function and is comfortable interacting with Web forms. Experience using the Adobe Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, etc.) is preferred. Job Description The Academic Discovery Program (ADP) is looking for knowledgeable & sensitive sophomores, juniors & seniors to tutor ADP students in their 100 and 200 level courses. Tutors must have a 3.0 for their cumulative GPA and a 3.25 in the subject area in which they want to tutor. In addition to being good students, tutors must be able to explain course material and study strategies to struggling students. Tutors will meet with each student they tutor for one hour per week and provide summaries of meetings to the supervisor. Training will be provided. La Salle’s Student Phonathon gives students an opportunity to network with alumni, develop better communication skills, earn bonuses, and set your own schedule (must work a minimum of two nights a week, 6-9 p.m.). Students must be comfortable speaking with alumni on the telephone and asking for donations for the Annual Fund La Salle Autism and Developmental Disabilites Education Resources (LADDER) Family Center Office Assistant position includes occasional word processing, scheduling of families for therapy and respite activities, photocopying and routine office duties, as required. Work includes customer service at front desk, storage and retrieval of audio visual material using Library of Congress Classification system, computer requirements include familiarization of “Innovative Millennium” cataloging system, and other duties as required by Digital Media Services Director. Duties of SLAs (Serving Line Attendants) include making sandwiches and serving food to customers . Duties of SLAs (Serving Line Attendants) include making sandwiches and serving food to customers . Duties of SLAs (Serving Line Attendants) include making sandwiches and serving food to customers . Concessions workers are at every basketball game throughout the year, selling food and drinks to fans. Students will be driving a 15 passenger van along Olney Ave. from the Shoppes at La Salle to Broad St. via a dedicated loop three evenings per week (Thurs- Fri-Sat) from 730pm until 1230am. The students will work in pairs for added safety and will be in radio contact w/ security. Must have a good driving record. Training will be provided by Security.