Any day of the week
Flexible hours any day between 7 am - 7pm
Contact Sarah Leidahl
Contact Debbie Aske
The Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE) is currently expanding to meet the ever growing demands of our students' academic support needs. We are seeking former and new tutors with strong skills pertaining to math and science, as well as tutors with strong writing, English, and Language Arts skills. Upon starting, qualified candidates can expect a schedule based on current demand, which may begin with a part-time schedule, and as demand increases your opportunity for more hours will increase as well. Tutors schedule their own hours based on their availability. First, CAE invites you to review the following required qualifications: • Be a current, work study eligible Luther students • Earn a B or better in the courses you wish to tutor • Provide a faculty reference for each subject you would like to tutor for • Be able to communicate effectively with other students • Be reliable and professional. Second, if you are interested in becoming a CAE tutor, please complete our online application. Or contact Adam Lenehan, Coordinator of Tutor and Academic Services at [email protected]
See below for positions that will be starting in the fall.
Interested in helping your peers? Are you organized? Do you like writing and editing? If this sounds like you, apply for a Career Peer Advisor position with the Career Center for the 2021-2022 academic year. A detailed Job description is available at this link. One year of previous work-study experience is required. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Carol Johnston [email protected] by 5 pm Monday, April 19th, 2021.
Strengths Peer Advisors will assist the Strengths Based Leadership Program to help Luther College students, faculty, and staff discover, affirm, and apply their strengths. The position is a blend of program planning, presenting, mentoring, and administrative responsibilities. Advisors will also help with career development through resume assistance, interviewing strategies, and utilizing online career resources. They will work with the program coordinator, fellow student employees, Career Center staff, alumni, employers, and friends of the College.
If you have at least one year of Luther work-study experience, are available to work 6-10 hours per week, and are able to commit to at least 2 semesters in this position, please send a resume and cover letter to Miriam at [email protected]. Finalists will complete a strengths reflection and be interviewed.
The Financial Aid Office is seeking two student employees to assist in the following activities.
Email [email protected] with questions and/or to apply for the position.
The Development Office is seeking student workers who are interested in growing their communications and fundraising experience as a student caller. Applicants must have at least one year of work-study experience and a desire to enhance their oral and written communication skills. Job duties include communicating with alumni, family, and friends of Luther to update contact information and ask for donations for the Luther Fund. Full job description can be found here.
The Luther Catering Department is responsible for expediting various food-focused events on campus and off campus. These events range from Homecoming to Christmas at Luther to Sport Team Banquets to Peace Brunch and even the Center Stage Series. You will work in a fast-paced, yet rewarding environment surrounded by fellow peers. We strive to create a better event experience by making a positive impact on and off the campus. Work schedule varies.
Responsible for developing and executing catering solutions to meet customer needs.
Facilitate the delivery of prepared food created from an event-specific catering sheet.
Comply with all relevant policies relating to food health and safety. Create a positive experience for the client. Having some food experience is a plus, but not required.
Contact: Sarah Leidahl [email protected]