Meaningful Work Student Employment Program
One of the opportunities that NASS provides for first-year students is the Meaningful Work student employment program. Students who apply and interview will be placed with the department that best fits their needs. These work experiences are specifically designed to help students build marketable job skills and give students knowledge of the many departments and opportunities on campus.
- First-Year Student: a student who has just graduated from high school.
- NASS eligible: a student that receives the Native American tuition waiver or that self-identifies as Native American on their application for admission.
- You do not have to be eligible for work-study to take part in this program.
- Transfer students are not eligible to be employed in the program due to federal grant guidelines.
Job placements available for the 2019-2020 school year
Academic Center for Enrichment (ACE)
- ACE Office Assistant
- Communications Assistant
- Historical Data Assistant
- Library Circulation Desk Assistant
- Marketing Assistant
Center for Small Towns
- Communications & Marketing Assistant
- Program Development Assistant
Division of Social Science
- Student Office Assistant
Equity, Diversity, and Intercultural (EDI) Programs
- Cultural Program Assistant
EDI / World Touch Heritage Cultural Heritage Series
- Research Assistant: Historical Tour Project
Office of Admissions
- Admissions Telecounselor
- Office Assistant
Office of Community Engagement
- Community Engagement Leader
- Community-Engaged Learning Research Assistant
Office of Financial Aid
- Student Services Assistant
Regional Fitness Center
- Front Desk Staff
If you fit the student criteria and are interested in any of the positions listed above, please apply.
If you have any questions regarding Meaningful Work, please contact Gabby Allan at firstname.lastname@example.org.