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Postings for 2016-2017 will be updated regularly as jobs are filled or as they become available. See the Wage Scale, FAQ, and Guidelines for more information on Student Employment at LVC.

Updated October 7, 2016

Off-Campus Community Service Positions

Only students with Federal Work Study (FWS) awards may work in community service positions and be paid by LVC. If you are sure you have FWS in your package, first apply for the job, and if you are hired, then obtain the contracts: Contracts, available in the Financial Aid Office, must be signed and returned prior to the start of employment. Please call 717-867-6188 to make an appointment to obtain the paperwork when you return to school.

2nd and Chestnut Streets, Lebanon
Responsibilities: Several teacher assistants are needed for various shifts throughout the day at this child care center, open Monday through Friday. Great experience for an education major with access to their own transportation.
Hours: 6:30–9 a.m.; 3–5:30 p.m
Wage: $8.14 per hour; varies depending on previous paid experience
Contact: Erica Stratton at 717-272-4778 or


On Campus Positions        

Lebanon Valley College, Office of Marketing & Communication; Sustainability Advisory Committee
Start Date:
Spring 2017
The Lebanon Valley College Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) is looking for a self-motivated student intern to lead all communications efforts regarding environmental sustainability on campus. Working as a liaison between the Office of Marketing & Communications and the SAC, the communications intern will work to provide students, faculty, and the media with news and educational content that aim to support the initiatives of the committee. The intern must demonstrate an understanding of and interest in environmental sustainability in addition to having communications experience and ability. The ideal candidate is a freshman, sophomore, or junior who is willing to continue his or her work through the 2017-18 school year.
Responsibilities: Write press releases and news stories, create social media content, design ads (posters, flyers, digital signage) that promote environmental sustainability, regularly update the SAC website, coordinate the writing and production of the SAC Annual Report and Carbon Footprint Report, work creatively to assist in the development of ideas for sustainability initiatives and special events (e.g. Earth Day, recycling programs, etc.), network with other schools’ sustainability interns/coordinators to share ideas 
Qualifications: Excellent communications skills - both written and oral, organizational skills, an understanding of marketing best practices, a self-motivator with the drive to learn, an interest in the environment and sustainability, an interest in working in the marketing/communications field 
Hours: 5-10 hr/wk
This opportunity is being offered as either a paid or for-credit internship. All interested individuals are encouraged to send their resumes, along with any questions, to Mike Zeigler at


Responsibilities: prevent injuries by minimizing/eliminating hazardous situations; enforce all facility rules and regulations; recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergency situations; administer first aid and/or CPR in an emergency; inform other employees when assistance is needed
** Lifeguard Training - First Aid and CPR for professional rescuer required **
Hours: Lifeguards are needed for a variety of 1-2 hour shifts during regular pool hours as well as for other pool-related events. Contact information below for details.
Wage: Level 2
Contact: Mary Gardner at 867-6367 or