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Community Employment Program Connects Students with Part-Time Work

Over the years, Meredith College students have earned the reputation of being responsible and hardworking employees within the community. This reputation has led many families and businesses to show great interest in employing Meredith College students, providing flexible part-time employment that works around students’ class schedules.

The Office of Financial Assistance advertises off-campus and part-time Student Community Employment opportunities to enrolled students at Meredith College. This popular program gives students the ability to build community connections and gain work experience.

Positions posted include child care, tutoring, pet sitting, and other various job opportunities. These positions are frequently posted on Blackboard under the Student Community Employment course. There are a great number of openings starting this summer and in the fall. This is not only a great opportunity to build a resume and gain valuable references, but a great way to make some extra money.

If interested in employing a Meredith student, please fill out the appropriate form found on the Office of Financial Assistance web page. When finished completing the form, email it as an attachment to finaid@meredith.edu. Interested students will contact you directly through your preferred form of contact provided on the information form.

Students who are interested in accessing this program to seek an employment opportunity should contact the Office of Financial Assistance to be enrolled in the Student Community Employment Blackboard course. The Office of Financial Assistance may be reached at (919) 760-8565 or through email at finaid@meredith.edu

--Submitted by Katie Nagel, Office of Financial Assistance

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