CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Current Continued-Study or Employment Opportunities assistant, and office assistants through student employment; these positions might include tutoring, assistance
"Student employment for Ted has been a growing experience and it has helped shape who he is The other students nominated for the SJU Student Employee of the Year award (listed alphabetically
Student Resources Other students have entered exciting careers in various areas such as: take a strong interest in the students’ internships, offering guidance and support throughout the
Why do I have a finance Each student must fill out a form stating where they would like their student employment funds to be applied. This form should be filled out at the Student Employment Office.
that as an employee of the Financial Aid/Student Employment office, I represent not only the Student Employment Office and Financial Aid, I also represent the I will check in with my assigned area
http://www.csbsju.edu/documents/student employment/forms/statement of understanding.doc
The Student Employment Program is designed to provide financial assistance to students through employment opportunities on campus. Students typically earn $5,000 for full-time summer employment.
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During these hours students can turn in forms and have questions answered about financial aid or student employment. Financial Aid for Incoming Students
about visa or international student-employment related questions, contact Rebecca Brown-Medvec , Assistant Director of Intercultural & International Student Services, at 320-363-5093
http://www.csbsju.edu/documents/internship/engaging international student interns.docx
Students in the Exercise Science and Sport Studies program set themselves up for future success Student Employment opportunities a laboratory assistant, sports medicine assistant, personal trainer
the success of CSB athletics to athletes, faculty, staff, alumni, prospective students, and fans.” became a source of guidance for my friends who had questions on student employment or financial aid.”