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 $10.75 per hour; nearly all have flexible hours.
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Description The BJA Assistant to the Editor will provide proofreading and copy-editing work for submissions as needed by the Brethren Life and Thought Editor. Learn More
Description Assist the Seminaries Librarian with projects related to research support and library collections. Learn More
Description: The Residential Assistant (RA) will focus on coordinating and administering community activities and events, and working to promote community health. While the RA will pay attention to issues related to… Learn More
Description: The receptionist offers hospitality to individuals visiting Bethany Center, acts as switchboard operator, cares for the mail as well as other items as assigned. Learn More
Description: Assist in the writing and editing of a book. Tasks may include requesting items through the library, checking citations, and secure permissions, and editing. Instructions and guidance regarding these tasks… Learn More
Description: This position is a multi-faceted, and highly technical position, but don’t let that keep you from applying! We won’t expect you to know or do it all from the git… Learn More
Description There are many small jobs that can come up throughout the year. This position allows students to pick up some extra hours if needed. Examples of jobs include transportation for… Learn More
Description: Responsible for working with the professor and members of the Patterns of Worship class to coordinate and develop chapel services. Work with the Joint Chapel committee in an advisory capacity.
Description The T.A. will meet regularly with the professor in person or via Zoom to discuss the educational objectives and goals of this course and to assess students’ participation in and… Learn More