Work Study Openings

Federal work study encourages part-time employment related to a student's course of study and/or career interests while pursuing a post-secondary education. Both on-campus positions and off-site opportunities are available, as well as community service

Students must demonstrate financial need from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for this program.

On-Campus Positions

Concord

Facilities

Facilities Aide needed to perform routine and other work of a general facilities/maintenance nature, which includes, but is not limited to, the upkeep of classrooms and conference rooms, set-up/breakdown of conference tables and chairs for the Event Center, organization of the facility storage area and other duties related to special events as assigned. Sufficient strength and physical dexterity to perform duties and responsibilities for this job is a requirement. Contact Peter Conklin at peter.conklin@granite.edu for more information.

Information Technology Office

IT Service Desk Assistant to provide excellent customer service by answering the IT Service Desk phone providing basic computer trouble shooting, password resets and browser setting changes. Will be responsible to log, manage and close service requests using Salesforce. Contact Donna Bordeleau at donna.bordeleau@granite.edu

Institutional Research

Research Assistant(s) needed to perform Internet searches, Excel spreadsheet work, and report organization/cataloguing. Preferred skills include strong attention to detail, ability to work efficiently with little supervision, experience with Microsoft Office, solid organization skills and ability to quickly learn new things. Contact Jan Coville at jan.coville@granite.edu for more information.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)

Administrative Assistant needed in Concord to provide customer service to OLLI members and volunteers. Position requires strong telephone skills, attention to detail, the ability to work independently and an appreciation of older adults. Duties include data entry, assisting with mailings and photocopying. OLLI office staff will train on the use of CampusCE registration system. Contact Jane Fletcher at jane.fletcher@granite.edu for more information.

All Locations

All Locations

Front Office Support needed to perform general office duties, including: reception, phoning, photocopying, and filing; additionally, classroom set-up, including preparing AV equipment for classes and for outside groups utilizing the campus as a meeting space. Candidates should be comfortable working with little or no direct supervision. Strong customer service skills preferred, and teamwork is important. Day and evening hours available. For more information please contact your local campus representative:

Conway: Molly Darak at molly.darak@granite.edu
Concord & Manchester:
Mary Beth Masci at mary.beth.masci@granite.edu
Rochester:
Jenny Masana at jenny.masana@granite.edu
Portsmouth:
Bette Papa at bette.papa@granite.edu

Academic Support Center

Peer Tutors needed statewide to academically support current GSC students in a variety of courses. Individualized tutoring sessions may involve support with computer usage, homework, papers, studying or projects. Math tutors will provide support with math concepts/theories, step-by-step problem solutions, review of homework and assignments for accuracy. English tutors will provide structural and rhetoric support to written assignments, proofread student papers offering suggestions for improvement in grammar, punctuation, sentence styles and citation.

Candidates must:

  • Be APA/MLA proficient;
  • Have at least 36 college credits, a CGPA of 3.0 or higher, and a B+ or higher in the subjects being tutored;
  • Be able to develop a rapport with faculty and student;
  • Be trustworthy and dependable with basic computer skills;
  • Be willing to communicate with faculty for clarification on assignments and expectations of the student’s work;
  • And be willing to say NO if a student is asking you to do the work for them. Peer tutors are there to assist students in the learning process, not to do it for them.

During down time, peer tutors are expected to assist with campus activities or tasks. Contact Tina Underwood at tina.underwood@granite.edu for more information.

Career Services

Special Projects Assistant needed to provide resume and cover letter assistance. Provide support for career related workshops and other career related projects and initiatives. Preferred skills include knowledge of resume and cover letter writing techniques. Excellent communication, interpersonal and writing skills. Reliable with superior attention to detail and follow through. Self-motivated with a high degree of initiative and the ability to work independently. Contact Jan Coville at jan.coville@granite.edu for more information.

Graduate Studies

Graduate Course Campus Project Assistant needed to coordinate and prepare graduate campus courses for weekend intensive class meetings scheduled each term. The assistant will also be on hand to help with instruction based needs as they occur. Course preparations include ordering meals (which may include tracking food allergies) and making hotel room reservations for instructors for the scheduled class meeting dates. As a project manager, the assistant will secure special room rates for students and maintain accurate record keeping which includes but not limited to cost tracking and management of expenses. The assistant will perform other duties such as securing campus access for the instructor and students and providing in person support during the class meetings including food setup and clean up. These class meetings are scheduled from a Friday evening through Sunday until noon. The assistant is expected to be on-site during these weekend intensive dates. For more information contact Ana Gonzales at ana.gonzales@granite.edu.

Off Campus Positions

Concord
Department of Veterans Affairs Work Study Opportunity at Granite State College

Granite State College is currently seeking a Veteran work study student to help support the offices that provide services and assistance to Veteran students. The position is located in Concord, NH. In order to qualify for the position, the interested candidate must be:

  • Receiving VA education benefits under Title 38 USC, Chapters 30, 31, 32, 33 or 35; or Title 10 USC, Chapter 1606, 1607; and
  • Attending school at the three-quarter or full time rate.

The hours are flexible during regular business hours Monday through Friday. Work study students are responsible for assisting with preparation of VA certifications, reviewing VA student records for attendance and course drops, VA benefit paperwork, assisting in coordinating events for Veterans and other clerical tasks while assisting our veteran students as needed. A VA work study student may work up to 25 hours per week. The position is funded through the VA work study program. Learn more here.

Please submit letter of interest and resume to GSC.Veterans@granite.edu.

Merrimack Valley Day Care

Literacy Support to help promote early literacy in a child care facility. This position involves reading to children, playing games, and encouraging dramatic play that supports reading. Successful candidates would work with the Title I teacher and teachers in the classroom to encourage curiosity and engagement in early literacy. General qualifications: comfortable around children, comfortable reading out loud to children, patience, willingness to encourage in dramatic play to that supports literacy (for example, reading a book and then acting it out with the children or singing songs such as the alphabet song), reliability. Contact Marianne Barter at 603-224-1632 or mariannebarter@gmail.com to apply.

Dover

Dover

Strafford County Head Start

Literacy Aide to work in a preschool classroom of 3 and 4 year old children; Assist in the daily classroom routine, read to children individually and in groups, prepare/carry out literacy activities with children, and prepare take-home activities related to literacy. Contact Pat Meattey at 603-652-0990, ext. 115 or pmeattey@straffordcap.org to apply.

Seymour Osman Community Center

Homework Lab Tutor to support students and staff in the SOCC's after school program at Woodman Park School in Dover. Responsibilities include supporting elementary-level homework lab classrooms, tutoring individual students, facilitating academic enrichment activities after school, and supervising recreation activities (3pm-6pm). Contact Stacey Kearns at 603-749-6692 or skearns@doverhousingauthority.org

Farmington
Strafford County Head Start

Literacy Aide to work in a preschool classroom of 3 and 4 year old children. Assist in the daily classroom routine, read to children individually and in groups, prepare/carry out literacy activities with children, and prepare take-home activities related to literacy. Contact Pat Meattey at 603-652-0990, ext. 115 or pmeattey@straffordcap.org to apply.

Milton
Strafford County Head Start

Literacy Aide to work in a preschool classroom of 3 and 4 year old children. Assist in the daily classroom routine, read to children individually and in groups, prepare/carry out literacy activities with children, and prepare take-home activities related to literacy. Contact Pat Meattey at 603-652-0990, ext. 115 or pmeattey@straffordcap.org to apply.

North Conway
Memorial Hospital

Marketing & Development Administrative Assistant needed to assist with administrative, marketing, and foundation development activities to include, but not be limited to: basic database entry, research; writing acknowledgment letters, press releases, website content and Facebook posts; preparing mailings; filing; and assisting with event preparation and the hosting of events. Candidate should be enthusiastic, personable, willing to assist in a variety of ways, be a good writer, and have good attention to detail. Work projects will be varied and include office administration, writing/marketing, and assistance with events what will support marketing and fundraising for healthful programs and services offered at Memorial Hospital. Contact Melody Nester at 603-356-5461, x2264 or mnester@memorialhospitalnh.org for more information.

 

Rochester

Rochester

Strafford County Head Start

Literacy Aide to work in a preschool classroom of 3 and 4 year old children. Assist in the daily classroom routine, read to children individually and in groups, prepare/carry out literacy activities with children, and prepare take-home activities related to literacy. Contact Pat Meattey at 603-652-0990, ext. 115 or pmeattey@straffordcap.org to apply.

Somersworth
Strafford County Head Start

Literacy Aide to work in a preschool classroom of 3 and 4 year old children. Assist in the daily classroom routine, read to children individually and in groups, prepare/carry out literacy activities with children, and prepare take-home activities related to literacy. Contact Pat Meattey at 603-652-0990, ext. 115 or pmeattey@straffordcap.org to apply.

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