Check your email the morning of Weds., April 21, to schedule an appointment for Friday's on-campus vaccine clinic.
We encourage you to hire student employees for spring 2021 and offer remote work, if possible.
There are no available off-campus positions at this time.
Please see the Lebanon Valley College employer page in Handshake for a comprehensive list of all departments that are hiring student employee positions.
All students at Lebanon Valley College are eligible to work on campus, however, employers are encouraged to hire students with Federal Work-Study awards.
Policies for individual departments are made at the discretion of the supervisor. There are, however, several general guidelines that every student employee should be aware of:
Dress codes are dependent on the work required and are determined by the supervisor. Students should always use good hygiene and maintain a well-groomed appearance.
Offices that utilize student employees depend on them to do the assigned work. Students who accept a position as a student employee have a responsibility to their employer to work the arranged hours. The following guidelines should be observed:
Student employees may have access to sensitive material. It is imperative that confidentiality and discretion are maintained at all times. Any breach of confidentiality may be cause for immediate dismissal from employment. You should not:
Student employees are also expected to be completely accurate with their timesheets. Misreporting of hours on a timesheet may be cause for immediate dismissal from employment. Individual departments may expand on this as necessary. Confidentiality statements are available in the Payroll Office. Confidentiality Form
Student employees are representatives of the college. It is important to remember this when dealing with members or visitors to the campus community. Follow the directions of your supervisor when dealing with visitors to your department.
Training may be informal sessions during your scheduled hours or it may be formal, arranged sessions held at scheduled times during the year. Supervisors are responsible for providing adequate training to student employees. Student employees are responsible for attending training sessions and participating fully in the learning process. It is essential that students are competent in their positions.
The wages for student employment positions range from $7.25 per hour to $8.25 per hour depending on the type of job and the level of responsibility. See the wage scale for examples.
Students work, on average, 8-10 hours per week. Academics are the priority, therefore students schedules are made according to their class schedule.
Employers are encouraged to hire students with Federal Work Study awards. However non-FWS students are not restricted from working. The Student Employment Coordinator's first priority is to work with FWS students and then non-FWS students.
No, you do not have to work if you have a Federal Work Study Award. The award is an eligibility, but you do not have to take advantage of it if you do not wish to work. The Federal Government and the college provide money to pay the wages of students with need.
No, your pay is direct deposited to the bank account you specify on a monthly basis. It is not a direct credit to your student account. Most students use their earnings for spending money or personal expenses.
Student employees assist faculty, staff, and administrators in a variety of ways. Many offices utilize student employees for clerical support and tasks such as filing, copying, answering phones, and distributing mail. Students may work as LVC representatives in positions such as Valley Ambassadors (tour guides). The athletic department hires students as lifeguards, team managers, and event staff. Jobs are available in everything from food service to community service and a complete list of jobs is available in Handshake.
LVC students work in local daycare facilities, the Annville library, as well as providing support to students with disabilities for LVC's Center for Accessibility.