Financial Aid
Federal Work-Study
Three Rivers participates in the Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program, which allows selected eligible students to work between 5 and 19.5 hours per week during semesters. In order to be eligible for work study employment, a student must have financial need, be enrolled in the current semester, and be in good academic standing. Completing the FAFSA is necessary to determine a student's eligibility for FWS.

In order to be selected for employment, an eligible candidate should apply to the office which he or she is interested in working for. There will be a limited number of positions available per semester (a list is maintained below). At the discretion of the office, the applicant may also be required to participate in an interview. Once a candidate has been chosen, the supervisor must notify the Financial Aid Office, which will send the supervisor a Certificate of Eligibility/Acceptance of Hiring form for the student and supervisor to complete, then submit to Human Resources.

All Federal Work Study students are expected to work in accordance with the tasks and schedules set by their supervisors, as well as observe a Confidentiality of Student Records Agreement. If a student withdraws from all classes they must notify their supervisor immediately and terminate employment. Failure perform acceptable work or observe policies will result in loss of employment with the FWS program.

Work-Study students record time worked in myTRCC to submit to their supervisor. Federal Work-Study payroll is processed bi-monthly.

For applications or questions about the Federal Work Study program, please email financialaid@trcc.edu or call 573-840-9607.


Current Available Positions


The following is a list of Work-Study positions currently available to Three Rivers students.

Computer Services - Techs
Details: Two (2) positions available. Max of 19.5 hours per week. Inquire and apply at the Computer Services Office on the 2nd Floor of the E.K. Porter Distance Learning Center.
Description: Assist Computer Techs with assigned work orders, Help move technology equipment from room to room, building to building as needed, Assist with inventory maintenance, Perform monthly Master Classroom Checks, Deliver vital correspondence from tech offices to other offices on campus, Help with phone messages during high traffic periods, Perform miscellaneous duties in department as needed.

Distance Learning
Details: Two (2) positions available. Max of 19.5 hours per week. Inquire and apply at the Distance Learning Office (Porter Building room 220).
Description: Monitor classes on the ITV bridges, data entry on Blackboard, facilitate and proctor exams, office support, and perform other duties in the Distance Learning office.

Financial Aid Office
Details: One (1) position available. Average of 15 hours per week. Inquire and apply at the Financial Aid Office (Westover Administration Building).
Description: Office support, data entry, telephony, student interaction, learns and applies knowledge of the financial aid system the college in general to assist students and staff.

Institutional Effectiveness
Details: One (1) position available. Average of 15 hours per week. Inquire and apply at the Westover Classroom Building Room A 209.
Description: Provide assistance to the Research Coordinator and other full time employees within the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Duties will include but not limited to: light data entry, organizing and gathering institutional wide documentation, answering telephones, assisting other office personnel with miscellaneous requests, filing and other duties as assigned.

Maintenance
Details: Two (2) positions available. Max of 19.5 hours per week. Inquire and apply with the Maintenance Office (573-772-2016).
Description: General labor and grounds cleanup including: picking up trash, moving furniture, weed-eating, cleaning vehicles, painting, cleaning up spills, and setups for events.

Nursing & Allied Health
Details: One (1) position available. Max of 19.5 hours per week. Inquire and apply at the Plaster Building Room B 219.
Description: Clerical and office support (such as, filing, copying, mail distribution, shredding, answering the telephone, general errands, etc.), learns & applies general knowledge of office in assisting staff.

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