Below are descriptions of each Federal Work-Study position offered at Bethany. To be eligible for a FWS position, current students must demonstrate financial need by completing the FAFSA and the Bethany financial aid application by June 15. New students must submit these materials by July 15. Work-Study job applications will be reviewed as they are received, and interviews scheduled appropriately. All jobs are part-time and will have a pay rate of $10.25 per hour; nearly all have flexible hours.
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Description: Provide general office support for Academic Services office. Learn More
Description: Assist in creating, editing, formatting, publishing and managing monthly admissions newsletter.
Description: This position is multi-faceted. Interested persons may apply for just one or more of these responsibilities, although priority will be given to more comprehensive applicants. Assist the Director of Educational… Learn More
Description: Responsible for working with the Coordinator of Outreach Programs and the Director of the Institute assisting to develop, manage, and execute those aspects of the Institute’s mission that involve interactions… Learn More
Description: Coordinate all general audio-visual services for non-classroom Bethany events–such as chapels, forums, and meetings–through: (a) recruiting and training AV volunteers to form the Bethany AV Team; (b) receiving and processing… Learn More
Description: Preparation and clean up for weekly Peace Forum Learn More
Description: Work in weekly consultation with Bethany and ESR directors of Peace Studies in the planning and administration of joint weekly Peace Forum. Assist Bethany director of Peace Studies with other…
Description: Assist Executive Assistant to the President
Description: Work with various community service organizations Learn More
Description: Teaching Assistant for T 101, Introduction to Theological Reflection. Contributes to students learning in the classroom, and leads occasional meetings outside of class. The Assistant gains experience working with the…