Coffeyville Community College Work Study Program
Updated for the 2021-2022 Fall and Spring Semesters
Student must have Federal Work Study eligibility to be selected for any of the jobs listed below. Please turn in work study applications to Mileah Allen at the Information Desk on the top level of the CCC Student Union. Any questions regarding Federal Work Study can be directed to CCC Financial Aid Advisor Jennifer DeRosa at [email protected], or in person at the CCC Financial Aid Office.
- A new timecard will not be issued until you have submitted your previous timecard.
- Timecards turned in later than the pay period deadline will be paid on the next pay period. Timecards turned in without proper signatures and initials will not be accepted, and will be considered late until proper signatures and initials have been provided.
- Timecards submitted after the end of the semester may not be paid.
Work Study Job Application
2021-2022 Work Study Job Application (PDF, opens in new window)
Available Work Study Jobs
Job Listings Updated on September 16, 2021
Baseball Assistant, Supervisor-Jake Martin
Picking up trash, weed eating, mowing, pulling weeds, spraying weeds, filling up water coolers, laundry.
Hours per week- 6-10
Job qualifications- Basic field prep skills, laundry skills
Early Learning Center Boys and Girls Club Student Assistant, Supervisor-Griffin Walker
Interact with children while engaged in an educational based activity. Cleaning up the room when the program ends
Hours per week- 15
Job qualifications or preferences- job site is not on campus, students must be able to provide own transportation to
the ELC. Love mentoring small children while providing a safe, nurturing environment. Current CPR card, pass a
background check and have tb test verification within the past year. *Students must also complete the online
application through the USD 445 website.
City Recreation Commission, Supervisor-David Rains
Assist with Mowing and maintaining park and fields, setup game and practice fields and equipment, clean and prepare
facilities for recreation program use, help facilitate youth soccer and youth flag football programs as needed and other
duties as assigned.
Hours per week- 10 but is flexible
Job qualifications and preferences-student must provide their own transportation to and from the recreation facilities,
knowledge of grass cutting and trimming, must have valid driver’s license.
Columbus Campus Student Maintenance Assistant, Supervisor-Kari Soper
Student will be working at the Columbus Technical Campus providing maintenance and custodial support for three
buildings on campus. This job requires lifting. Any other duties as assigned.
Hours per week- 6-10
Job qualifications or preferences-student must be a hard worked and able to lift 50 lbs. must be willing to show up on
time and on a regular basis.
Grounds Department, Supervisor- Mykah Meador
Report to supervisor for daily duties. Duties and responsibilities include lawncare such as trimming, weedeating, edging,
planting, trash pickup and other outdoor maintenance on campus grounds.
Hours per week- 10-20
Job qualifications or preferences- Previous lawn care experience, Ability to run equipment
Library Aide, Supervisor- Marty Evensvold
The Assistant will perform a wide variety of general library work in technical and/or public service areas. They will assist
patrons with daily operational needs of the Library, such as circulation and shelving library materials; and perform other
related duties as assigned. They will provide service at the circulation desk including: checking materials in and out using
a computer terminal; greeting and directing patrons to various information sources or locating materials; registering
new patrons on the library computer system; using a computer terminal to provide information to the public or
explaining how to use the library's computer system. They will also assist the supervisor with special projects. They will
be trained in library policies and procedures; maintain library public areas in a clean and orderly fashion by maintaining
displays and other general cleaning and/or organizing tasks; and performing other related duties as required. Work will
be performed primarily in a library environment while sitting at a desk or computer terminal or while standing at a
counter for extended periods.
Hours per week- 10
Job qualifications or preferences- General library knowledge; prefer one-year work experience in customer service or
training in office or library practices.
Rodeo Program Student Assistant, Supervisor-Johnny Weil
Student would assist in the handing of livestock, helping with recruiting tours, assisting at practices, and other duties as
Hours per week- 3-10
Job qualifications and preferences-student must understand livestock and rodeo, excellent communication skills
Science Office Assistant, Supervisor- Amy Lumley
Assist in setting up labs, cleaning lab equipment, preparing materials for labs, and any other duties as assigned. Assisting
instructors with classroom preparations such as making copies and research
Hours per Week- 5-10
Job qualifications and preference- Must be responsible, willing to clean (lab equipment), and able to following directions
and safety rules. Completion of Chem I or chemistry background is preferred.
Soccer Office Student Assistant, Supervisor-Jerrid Schicke/Keelan Barker
The purpose of the student’s job: Assist with Day to day clerical work in office, laundry, upload recorded game film, and
other duties assigned pertinent to the
Hours per week- 5-10
Job qualifications or preferences-Detail oriented and punctual, Knowledge of soccer rules and regulations. Bilingual is
Softball Office/Field, Supervisor-Shiloh Blockburger
Work study students will take care of field maintenance as requested, will be responsible for equipment and making
sure it is in the correct facility at all times.
Hours per week- 10-20
Job qualifications – organization skills, and knowledge of softball rules and regulations. Able to work in the evening to
prepare field for game days.
Student Success Center Student, Supervisor-Pam Feerer
To assist with filing, pulling old files, shredding, logging students into computer, taking headcount of students using the
SSC, making copies, scanning documents.
Hours per week- 10
Job qualifications—No specific skills required
Student Success Center Student Tutors, Supervisor-Pam Feerer/Jill Wood
Student will assist in tutoring students in English, Math and Science. Student will be expected to provide assistance
during the scheduled time with tutoring and assist with some office duties including filing, minor cleaning, and other
duties assigned by the SSC staff.
Hours per week- 2-10
Job qualifications or preferences- Thorough knowledge of Math, English, Science, or other Subject and maintain a 3.5
GPA and a “B” or better in the subject. A short test of those subjects could be required to assess your abilities. Must be
able to work Monday through Thursday in the evenings, or sometimes in the mornings during peak times for tutoring.
Thorough, Attention to Detail, Punctual and Reliable, Kind, Understanding, and Patient.
Track Office Student Assistant, Supervisor-Robert Wood
To help with organization and equipment tracking and filing.
Hours per week- 8-10
Job qualifications-knowledge of track and field/ cross country
Visual Art Department, Supervisor-Michael DeRosa, Orcheln Hall
Clean, organize, and maintenance of equipment, office work, calling recruits and generally helping out with
responsibilities of visual art program.
Hours per week- 10-15
Job qualifications or preferences- self-motivated, great work ethic, willing attitude
Volleyball Assistant, Supervisor-Katrina Gockley
Clean, organize, and maintenance of equipment, office work, and call recruits.
Hours per week- 10-20
Job qualifications or preferences- Knowledge of volleyball, self-motivated, great work ethic, willing attitude
Women’s Basketball Student Assistant, Supervisor, Tony Turner
Complete laundry, paperwork, cleaning the locker room, and taking care of gear, stat
games and equipment
Hours per Week- 10+
Job Qualifications-Must be flexible to work throughout the day. Must have a team first attitude and willing to be an
extension to the coaches. Must be trustworthy, dependable and dedicated to the team.
EQUAL EDUCATION STATEMENT: Coffeyville Community College is committed to a policy of educational equity. Accordingly, the College admits students, grants financial aid and scholarships, conducts
all educational programs activities and employment practices without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, ancestry or disabilities. CCC is an Equal Opportunity Institution.