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STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

COMPUTER LAB MONITORS
Students hired as computer lab monitors provide short-term software assistance, troubleshoot problems, answer questions, keep records of students using the lab, and watch for inappropriate use of computers.  They are also responsible for maintaining printers by filling paper trays and alerting appropriate personnel when ink is low.

COMPANIES RECRUITING FROM BSC
To assist BSC graduates in finding positions in their major, the Career Center has created a listing of the companies that have hired our graduates.  By clicking on the company name, you will be directed to their website to search for current positions.

JOB SEEKERS NETWORK
To better serve BSC student employment needs, the online career service system Job Seekers Network is available for students and alumni seeking employment with local, regional and national companies. Students should also consult with the career counselor in the Mystic Advising and Counseling Center (MACC) for assistance in finding part-time, summer, or permanent employment. Students are strongly encouraged to begin searching for employment at least one semester prior to completing their program.

MYSTIC AMBASSADORS
A Mystic Ambassador is an energetic and outgoing BSC student who helps the Admissions Office by giving campus tours to prospective students and their parents.  Tours are scheduled at various times Monday-Friday and consist of showing prospective students and their parents BSC's main buildings, including classrooms, computer labs, administrative offices, residence halls, student union, etc.  Each tour takes a minimum of one hour.  For more information, or to pick up an application form, stop by the Admissions Office (Schafer Hall 144).

TUTORS
Peer tutors are a large part of the BSC tutoring program.  The tutoring program is certified through the College Reading and Learning Association which requires tutors to be trained in tutor ethics and procedures.  Students hired as tutors must have a faculty member recommendation and a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.

WORK STUDY
The Federal Work Study (FWS) program is a need based program that provides flexible part-time employment to students to help with college expenses. A student's eligibility for FWS is determined by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Positions and responsibilities vary and may be on-campus, off-campus, major related, or community service based. Students earn an hourly wage that is typically above, but at least, minimum wage and normally work between 5 and 15 hours per week.


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