Student Employment

Student Programs is not currently hiring. Hiring for 2021-2022 positions will begin in April 2021. Please check back around that time for more information. If you have any questions, please contact GG Flint, Student Programs Coordinator.

Current students can search Hire Lions to see student-employee positions that are open in other departments.

Working for Student Programs

Student Programs provides events, activities, and resources for LWTech students that enrich our campus life and community.

The purpose of these events are to:

  • Connect students to our campus
  • Provide opportunities to meet and socialize with other students
  • Introduce students to new ideas and cultures
  • Support students’ interests and identities
  • Contribute to students’ academic success

Why Should You Work for Student Programs?

  • Meet other students
  • Flexible hours! Your work schedule is based around your academic schedule
  • Contribute to and improve campus life
  • Develop leadership skills & attend off-campus trainings and gain valuable employment experience

We invite applicants of all identities, experience levels, and from any program!
Pay rate is $13.69/hour, for all positions

What are the expectations of Student Programs employees?

  • Work cooperatively as part of a team to support the goal of Student Programs to provide a variety of events and activities for LWTech students
  • Communicate with other team members regarding Student/College issues and concerns
  • Attend and actively participate in all scheduled meetings, leadership sessions, and workshops
  • Be open to learn and grow in acquiring student leadership skills with on-the-job training and feedback
  • Maintain and post office hours in order to be available for duties as assigned. Office hours to be scheduled between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, minimum of 14 hours/week, maximum of 17 hours/week

What are the requirements and qualifications to apply?

  • Be enrolled at LWTech for 6 or more credits while employed
  • Have at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average
  • Have a government ID number
  • Must not have any conduct code violation meetings pending
  • Be technically proficient to complete assigned work including using Microsoft Office Suite and general knowledge of computer skills


  • Have enthusiasm to work effectively and efficiently to ensure all programs are creative in nature, consistent, and organized
  • Posses a willingness to work with groups in problem solving and decision-making to attain group goals and objectives
  • Have demonstrated time management and teamwork skills