Financial Aid

Work-Study Positions

The Financial Aid office is now accepting 2023-2024 applications for work study positions. Please complete the application below and submit via email to Douglas Campbell at  

Application for Work-Study

Continuing Education Training Services

Applicants must have completed their FAFSA for the academic year and be eligible for a Work Study position. Business Administration skills, i.e., filing documents, creating instructional packets for classes, copying and scanning documents interacting with ConEd students, both on the phone and in person, assisting with duties required the new ConEd Food Service program, interfacing with and assisting adults with special needs who will be part of the Food Service program as needed. Interact with staff and instructors as needed. Interpersonal skills and the ability to multitask with accuracy.

Location: North Campus
Supervisor: Chris Hartley

The Legacy School

Applicants must have completed their FAFSA for the academic year and be eligible for a Work Study position. Applicants must possess the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and communicate openly. Position will serve as a reading buddy at the Legacy School.

Location: The Legacy School (315 Webb Rd. Salisbury, NC 28147)
Supervisor: Michelle Stevenson

Beacon’s Nest (North Campus)

Applicants must have completed their FAFSA for the academic year and be eligible for a Work Study position. Applicants duties and responsibilities include working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. Applicant must also stay up-to-date with product features and maintain our store’s visual appearance by folding clothes, stocking shelves, and checking expiration dates for food items. Applicant must also be able to fulfill online orders that are placed to the store. Prior retail experience is helpful but not required.

Location: North Campus
Supervisor: Brunson Lawrence

Corporate and Continuing Education - Operations' Support

Applicants must have completed their FAFSA for the academic year and be eligible for a Work Study position. Candidates must have familiarity with office procedures and working knowledge of office devices and processes. General clerical skills to include: filing, typing, mail room activity, stocking supply closet, answering telephones, and other duties specifically related to admin assistant duties. Applicants must possess strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, and communication skills. Candidates must have experience with MS Word and MS Excel.

Location: North Campus
Supervisor: Dr. Teronda McNeil-Hueitt

Navigation Station

Peer Navigators must be organized, able to keep accurate information, and provide excellent communications and customer service. Incumbent must also be dependable and be able to work a flexible work schedule.

Duties and Responsibilities: Outbound calling to groups of students, assist students with application/RDS processing, assist with answering emails from the admissions inbox, serve as greeter upon entering the Navigation Station lobby and answer chat messages.

Location: North Campus
Supervisor: Tonya Gaydick


Applicants must have some technical skills such as electrical, HVAC, mechanical etc. Willing to learn multiple facilities duties. Applicant must practice work place safety. Other duties include assisting facilities technicians on varies tasks.

Location: North Campus
Supervisor: Mike Raney

Student Services (Campus Wellness Assistant Coordinator)

Applicants for this position will be primarily tasked with doing food pantry intake and assisting with client support services. This position requires applicants to have strong customer service skills, be dependable and show a desire to work with students in need of a variety of support services. The applicant should be able to operate the Microsoft office Suite and Google programs. Responsibilities for this position include the following; Assist with programming events during the week and some evenings. Assist with student check-ins at events, recording/tracking data, supply inventory, or reports. Other duties as assigned. The applicant will be required to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information and student identity.

Location: South Campus
Supervisor: Jonathan Rowe

Division of Student Success Services (Administrative Assistant)

Responsibilities for this position include performing office support tasks such as greeting colleagues and visitors, answering and routing phone calls, making copies of documents, running errands, and other duties as needed. The applicant should have a working knowledge of basic office equipment operation – phone, computer, scanner/copier/fax, etc., and should exhibit excellent communication skills, a professional demeanor, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

Location: North Campus – Vice President’s Office, Division of Student Success Services
Supervisor: Darlene Pickman

Library (Archives Assistant)

The applicant should have a strong attention to detail, ability to complete repetitive tasks with accuracy, be capable of data entry, be comfortable working independently, use caution when working with fragile or rare materials, and have a working knowledge of basic office equipment operation – computer, scanner/copier/fax, etc.. Interest or experience in photo editing, history, libraries, or archives would be helpful but is not required. 

Location: North Campus – Library
Supervisor: Laura Silva

AHR Assistant

Primary duties for this position would be to help prepare the heating, Ventilating, Air conditioning (AHR) lab for Instructional use. Help maintain and services of Lab equipment of AHR technology program. The person chosen for this position would also assist in organizing the tool room and any other administrative duties related to preparing the space for use. 

Location: CBTC
Supervisor: O’michael White