HPE Training is looking for office help during the Spring semester. Duties would include grading coursework, typing, capable of using Word docs and Excel spreadsheets. For more information or to apply please contact Kris Agena.
The C-Store has openings for J-Term. Please contact Stacy Henning for more information or to apply.
The Luther College Development Office is seeking several students who are interested in calling as a part of the Spring 2019 Phonathon! This paid position involves connecting with alumni and friends of the college in order to raise money for the Luther Fund. The Luther Fund is a large, unspecified fund that supports campus through providing money for scholarships, music tours, student/faculty research, campus programming, and much more.
Being a paid caller is the perfect way to add a unique experience to your resume! This position is also a great way to use your love of Luther to help improve the institution that you care so much about! The ideal candidate is an effective communicator, personable, and possesses excellent customer service skills.
Hours are in the evening from 6-9pm on weeknights from February 2019 to May 2019. The specific nights of the week worked by individual Student Callers are flexible.
TRIO is seeking CHEM tutors for Spring 2019. All levels are needed. Please apply here.
Applicants must have at least 2 available work study hours, a B+ or better in the subject (courses must have been taken at Luther College), and the ability to work with students of all academic levels.
Tutors benefit by developing teaching skills, reviewing content, and establishing a reference for future employment.
Please contact Chivonne Marlow at [email protected] with questions.
Campus Programming is seeking one student assistant to begin in January 2019. Campus Programming Student Assistants work with the Center Stage Series, the Distinguished Lectures Series, and other campus events. Tasks include creating marketing tools, managing social media accounts, and assembling programs for events. Student Assistants must be able to work independently and as a group. See full job description. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected] by November 19, 2018. Underclassmen encouraged to apply. Contact [email protected] with questions.
The Career Center is accepting applications for work-study positions to begin working in February 2019 and continue into the 2019-20 academic year. Career Assistants work 8-10 hour per week assisting office staff with projects and data entry. Career Assistants will also present workshops, and assist peers with resumes and cover letters. Work hours will be scheduled between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, with occasional evening hours. A detailed job description is available in the Career Center. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Carol Johnston in the Career Center by 5 pm Friday November 9, 2018.
The nursing department is seeking a senior nursing student to run open labs in Nursing 235 in preparation for performance exams. The senior nursing student must be a positive, dependable, detail-oriented, and compassionate individual to help mentor sophomore nursing students as they prepare for exams. Times of open labs will be from 7-9pm on several dates throughout the semester prior to student performance exams. The hired student must attend all labs to be in this position. If you have any questions please contact Laurie Bouska at [email protected].
Campus Recycling is looking for help during J-term and Spring semesters. Must have a valid driver's license. For more information please contact Cindy Blue in Facilities Services.
Campus Safety and Security is looking for an upperclassman to work in their department. First Aid Training is a must in this position. Please contact Bob Harri to apply.
Norse Football is looking for students interested in filming practice and games as part of their work study (multiple positions). This is an opportunity to be a part of the program and even travel with the team while getting paid through the work study program. The duration of these positions will be roughly mid-August to early November. Most work will be performed outdoors. Hours will be primarily afternoons with some time adjustments for morning sessions. Please contact Coach Clift for more information.
Luther Aquatic Center is looking for certified life guards. Please contact Nicole Kaupp for more information on how to apply.
The Student Academic Support Center (SASC) is now hiring tutors for the 2018-19 academic year.
MATH 110, 140, 151
BIO 190, 243, 151
PAID 111/112 (112 is next semester)
To learn more about our program, or to apply for a position, please visit:
Please contact Amanda Huinker, Student Academic Support Center Administrative Assistant, at [email protected].
The Digital Media Center is seeking Multimedia Technicians who have the passion and interest to assist people with digital media needs while displaying the technical skills needed to resolve issues in a timely fashion. Applicants must have excellent customer service skills, including good oral and written communication. We prioritize an ability to adapt and learn new skills and technologies quickly. If you have an interest in working with us, please complete this application.
The Technology Help Desk seeks applicants with a talent for helpfulness, a drive to solve problems, and an aptitude for technology. Applicants should demonstrate excellent customer service skills, including good oral and written communication. Other core skills are adaptability, problem solving, honesty, and discretion, with the ability to follow exact processes, to learn quickly, and to collaborate. If you have an interest, please complete an application.
Marty’s/Nordic Brew has openings for a variety of shifts. Please contact Joyce Brincks ([email protected]) for more information.
The catering department has work study positions open. We are looking for students with experience in food service, but it is not a requirement. Students will serve as support staff to full time catering staff. Duties may include, but are not limited to: serving catering guests, cashiering, hosting, bartending, food preparation, dish room operation, equipment and facilities cleaning and maintenance, event set-up and tear-down, and delivering catering orders. Please contact the Catering Office (ext. 1463) for more information.
Dining Services has openings for all shifts (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekends). Please contact Leah McCrea ([email protected] or ext. 1396) for more information.
Uhaul Car Share is looking for a student to market and promote the great benefits of their on campus program to students, faculty, and staff. This is a paid internship that includes promoting the car share via media, advertisements, or other organizations. Some maintenance and cleaning may be required. This is a great chance to learn how to market and run a small business. Interested current students will have ability to set their own work schedule and must have a valid driver's license. Please contact Carly Castillo ([email protected]) for more information on how to apply.