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Financial Aid

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Financial Aid

Helping you finance your education

Financial Aid

Helping you finance your education
Student Employment

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Work Study Jobs

Both federal and state work-study programs provide our students with opportunities to work part-time while attending school. Students gain valuable work experience while earning money for college. Often students enhance their course work by integrating what they learn in class with real-world work experience. Work-study is a financial aid program, and we determine eligibility for funding based on information provided on the FAFSA or WASFA applications.

How you’re paid

You must earn work-study funds by successfully obtaining a job and earning the funds you receive. Work-study students receive a regular paycheck throughout the quarter based on the employer’s pay schedule. Since you must earn work-study funds, they are not available at the beginning of the quarter to help you pay tuition and fees, and purchase books.

Current Open Positions (Mount Vernon Campus)

Athletic Student-Tech Worker (Athletics)

Posted: 02/22/2021
Department: Athletics
Campus: Mount Vernon
Starts: March 15, 2021
Pay Rate: $13.69
Hrs/Week: The SVC Athletic Teams competitive season for 7 of our 9 athletic teams will begin at the end of March thru the end of spring quarter. Work days and hours will very from week to week depending on the schedule of games being played from week to week starting March 20- June 6th.

Description of Duties:
• Set up video film using available technology with various software which includes, but is not limited to: Hudl, blueframe, and other available online streaming services or technologies;
• Troubleshoot and resolve all technical issues that arise with setting up camera, live stream, etc;
• Work closely with the Game Manager as well as an IT representative on all technical aspects of live streaming games;
• Film home games in the following sports: volleyball, basketball, soccer, and baseball athletic contests beginning in March;
• Perform other special projects and related duties as assigned.
• Knowledge of filming techniques;
• Knowledge of livestreaming multimedia and related technologies;
• Strong technological skills and ability to navigate multiple multi-media related equipment;
• Basic to intermediate skill in operating camera equipment and related technology or ability to learn the operation of these technologies;
• Ability to follow oral and written instructions quickly and accurately;
• Ability to communicate with others in an effective and tactful manner;
• Ability to manage time efficiently.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Previous experience operating filming and livestream equipment or ability to learn these technologies;
• Strong technological skills.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Previous Film Experience.
• Experience working with live-stream equipment.

Educational and Other Benefits of Employment:
• Develop knowledge and computer technology skills

Application Process:
Email work knowledge and work experience to SVC Athletic Director, Mitch Freeman – [email protected].

Teaching Aide I (Reading Tutor)
Posted: 02/22/2021
Department: Counseling & Advising
Campus: Mount Vernon
Starts: Immediately (always hiring)
Pay Rate: $13.69
Hrs/Week: 15-19 hours per week

Description of Duties:
Working one on one with local elementary school students to aid in their reading efforts. Listening to students read out loud.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Must be Federal Work Study eligible

Preferred Qualifications:
None

Educational and Other Benefits of Employment:
This classroom experience is great for those students interested in going into the teaching profession.

Application Process:
Submit an e-mail to Alison Fernandez with the words: Reading Tutor as the subject. Then describe your interest in the position and any previous experience you have working with young children.

E-mail: [email protected]

Teaching Aide I (Student Services/TRIO)

Posted: 02/22/2021
Department: Student Services/TRIO
Campus: Mount Vernon
Starts: Immediately
Pay Rate: $13.69
Hrs/Week: Between 2-15 hour/week, depending on desire and demand.

Description of Duties:
Tutors work with students one-on-one or for drop-in tutoring to assist in clarifying concepts and suggest study tips. Tutors designate the courses they feel comfortable to tutor. Tutors set an example for positive academic demeanor and use a growth mindset to encourage student success.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Must have taken the course they wish to tutor (or by instructor permission if currently in course.)
• Must have an A or B in course
• Must have an instructor approval for each subject area

Preferred Qualifications:
• Previous tutoring experience

Educational and Other Benefits of Employment:
Tutors work on campus and/or remotely and get to review the previous course materials as part of their job. This enhances their own learning.

Application Process:
Complete a tutor application at www.skagit.edu/tutoring (on bottom left side of webpage.) Contact Liesl Johnson at [email protected] or (360) 679-5393 for any questions.

Current Open Positions (Whidbey Island Campus)

Teaching Aide I (Student Services/TRIO)

Posted: 02/22/2021
Department: Student Services/TRIO
Campus: Whidbey Island
Starts: Immediately
Pay Rate: $13.69
Hrs/Week: Between 2-15 hours/week, depending on desire and demand.

Description of Duties:
Tutors work with students one-on-one or for drop-in tutoring to assist in clarifying concepts and suggest study tips. Tutors designate the courses they feel comfortable to tutor. Tutors set an example for positive academic demeanor and use a growth mindset to encourage student success.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Must have taken the course they wish to tutor (or by instructor permission if currently in course).
• Must have an A or B in course
• Must have an instructor approval for each subject area

Preferred Qualifications:
• Previous tutoring experience

Educational and Other Benefits of Employment:
Tutors work on campus and/or remotely and get to review the previous course materials as part of their job. This enhances their own learning.

Application Process:
Complete a tutor application at www.skagit.edu/tutoring (on bottom left side of webpage). Contact Liesl Johnson at [email protected] or (360)679-5393 for any questions.

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