Student Job Opportunities



 

Description

Student will provide assistance in class to an instructor as needed. May provide assistance in the library, gym, and cafeteria. Also may include several areas of student teacher assistance.
Supervisor: Mya Zutz
Posted: Dec 13 2017
Closes: May 11 2018
Start Date: Dec 13 2017
Location: TRF
Department: America Reads-Grygla

Requirements

Must be responsible and dependable, and be able to work well with children.

Description

General cleaning, part preparation, minor welding, cutting, and grinding.
Supervisor: Joel Ziegler
Posted: Oct 16 2017
Closes: Mar 30 2018
Start Date: Oct 16 2017
Location: TRF
Department: Welding

Requirements

Must be able to lift 50# knowledge of welding and cutting processes required read a tape measure follow written and verbal instructions enrolled in welding program

Description

This position requires students to assist with laboratory set-up and clean-up, solution and chemical preparation, chemical storeroom inventory, filing, and correcting papers. Lab preparation can be a lengthy process, so it is desirable that student workers have blocks of time available that are at least 2 hours in duration
Supervisor: Erin Almlie
Posted: Sep 06 2017
Closes: May 18 2018
Start Date: Sep 06 2017
Location: EGF
Department: Chemistry

Requirements

Because students will be required to work with potentially hazardous chemicals in the lab and will be expected to know the names and formulas of those chemicals, only students who have taken chemistry at NCTC-EGF (CHEM 1020 or CHEM 2205) and passed it with a B or better and good attendance will be considered for the position. Instructor approval is mandatory.

Description

This position works with Academic Success Center staff to develop student services. Typically a specific project is created based on the interests of the student and needs of the ASC such as assisting with web accessibility, serving as a diversity advocate, developing a project to benefit student interests such as a writer's group, social media tech, or radio host. Other related duties may be done as necessary including filing, creating Word documents, and general office help.
Supervisor: Linnea Schluessler
Posted: Aug 30 2017
Closes: May 01 2018
Start Date: Aug 30 2017
Location: TRF
Department: Academic Success Center

Requirements

Punctuality, reliability, and dedication to support the success of students.

Description

This position works with Academic Success Center staff to develop student services. Typically a specific project is created based on the interests of the student and needs of the ASC such as assisting with web accessibility, serving as a diversity advocate, developing a project to benefit student interests such as a writer's group, social media tech, or radio host. Other related duties may be done as necessary including filing, creating Word documents, and general office help.
Supervisor: Linnea Schluessler
Posted: Aug 30 2017
Closes: May 01 2018
Start Date: Aug 30 2017
Location: EGF
Department: Academic Success Center

Requirements

Punctuality, reliability, and dedication to support the success of students.

Description

Peer tutors in the Academic Success Center provide individual and/or group tutoring sessions for other Northland students. A peer tutor is a guide, assisting students to become successful, independent learners by promoting effective study strategies, supporting the instructor's course goals, and coaching to maximize potential academic progress.
Supervisor: Linnea Schluessler
Posted: Aug 30 2017
Closes: May 01 2018
Start Date: Aug 30 2017
Location: EGF
Department: Academic Success Center

Requirements

A tutor should have attained a strong passing score in any subject(s) he or she desires to tutor as well as a recommendation from two different faculty or staff. A tutor must have strong communication skills, professional and reliable behavior at all times, and ease in working with people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds. A weekly schedule including appointments and walk-ins may increase in hours as students request more tutors and regular records of tutoring sessions are tracked. An interview with the Director of the Academic Success Center is required and all tutor assignments are determined by the Director.

Description

Thank you for your interest in becoming a notetaker for the Academic Success Center. Notetaking services are based on need and selected on a first come, first serve basis. Notetakers are typically volunteers, but may be paid a stipend for the semester if they are not eligible for workstudy. The stipend is awarded after the end of the semester after full note-taking services are provided.
Supervisor: Linnea Schluessler
Posted: Aug 30 2017
Closes: May 01 2018
Start Date: Aug 30 2017
Location: TRF
Department: ASC Notetaker

Requirements

If you are currently registered for courses and are interested in becoming a notetaker for a student needing accessible notes you will need to attend class on a regular basis and take clear, organized, comprehensive, and legible notes.

Description

Peer tutors in the Academic Success Center provide individual and/or group tutoring sessions for other Northland students. A peer tutor is a guide, assisting students to become successful, independent learners by promoting effective study strategies, supporting the instructor's course goals, and coaching to maximize potential academic progress.
Supervisor: Linnea Schluessler
Posted: Aug 30 2017
Closes: May 01 2018
Start Date: Aug 30 2017
Location: TRF
Department: Academic Success Center

Requirements

A tutor should have attained a strong passing score in any subject(s) he or she desires to tutor as well as a recommendation from two different faculty or staff. A tutor must have strong communication skills, professional and reliable behavior at all times, and ease in working with people from varying educational, cultural, and social backgrounds. A weekly schedule including appointments and walk-ins may increase in hours as students request more tutors and regular records of tutoring sessions are tracked. An interview with the Director of the Academic Success Center is required and all tutor assignments are determined by the Director.

Description

Preferred 1st or 2nd year law enforcement students. Patrolling the campuses in Thief River Falls, East Grand Forks and the airport campus.. Deterrence of theft , vandalism, other crimes and reporting crimes and violations of North land's Policy. Checking doors, windows making sure they are secure. Enforcing room access policies. Escorting faculty and staff to their vehicle when requested, and checking on faculty and staff during the evening hours.
Supervisor: James Jesme
Posted: Aug 28 2017
Closes: May 22 2018
Start Date: Aug 28 2017
Location: TRF
Department: Security

Requirements

Patrolling the campuses in Thief River Falls, East Grand Forks and the airport campus.. Deterrence of theft , vandalism, other crimes and reporting crimes and violations of North land's Policy. Checking doors, windows making sure they are secure. Enforcing room access policies. Escorting faculty and staff to their vehicle when requested, and checking on faculty and staff during the evening hours.

Description

Helping at all athletic events with video taking and picture taking.
Supervisor: Paul Peterson
Posted: Aug 14 2017
Closes: May 10 2018
Start Date: Aug 21 2017
Location: TRF
Department: Athletic Department

Requirements

Must be able to use a video camera. Must be able to use a camera for pictures.