FSD WorkStudy Positions
Are you a Canadian student looking for flexible, part-time, on-campus employment opportunities? Look no further
WorkStudy is a TRU funded financial assistance program that offers exciting positions that fit around your school schedule.
How to Apply
WorkStudy applications are now closed for the 2020-21 academic year. The anticipated re-opening is in August 2021.
Positions are available to full-time Canadian university students who are maintaining a satisfactory academic standing (2.00 Current GPA) and who have demonstrated financial need via a student loan or bursary application.Learn more about eligibility requirements
WorkStudy Positions within the Faculty of Student Development can be found below. Please check the online WorkStudy Job Roster for up-to-date changes to or availability of these positions.Learn more about the Faculty of Student Development
SSAD01 – STUDENT SERVICES (2)
Assists in various Student Services initiatives; creating promotional materials, marketing of events online and face-to-face, helping to develop surveys for various units and more.
Sara Wolfe – OM1462 firstname.lastname@example.org 778-471-8352
SSCD02 – WELLNESS (3)
Assisting the Wellness Centre Coordinator in health and wellness activities on campus. Will assist in creating, organizing and promoting relevant health and wellness materials, projects and events. Preferences to students that have completed the Certified Peer Educator Training facilitated by the Wellness Centre Coordinator.
Chelsea Corsi – OM1479 email@example.com 250-828-5010
SSDE01 – WRITING CENTRE (3)
Act as a peer resource to students for practice and help on an ad hoc basis
Jenna Goddard – OM1411 firstname.lastname@example.org
SSSS02 – STUDENT SERVICES (2)
Assist in the planning and execution of pan-institutional Leadership conference, the development and progression of Peer Mentor programs, aid in identifying gaps and creating new materials and resources. Also provide office clerical support through typing, spreadsheets, sorting and maintaining information.
Julie Taylor – OM1486 email@example.com 250-371-5942
SSAB01 – INDIGENOUS STUDENT DEVELOPMENT (2)
Support ongoing and one time activities that occur in House #5 such as the Welcome Back BBQ, Elder Breakfast, monthly potluck, etc. General support for House #5 and SAS maintenance (filing, tidying, etc.) and assist with awareness activities to connect to aboriginal students.
Vernie Clement – HSE5224 firstname.lastname@example.org
SSCC01 – CAREER EDUCATION (1)
Work in the office to update the CEL website, posters and employment information on campus job boards. Complete general office activities including filing, shredding, photocopying and basic data tabulation.
Shawn Read – OM1712B email@example.com
SSJA01 – STUDENT AFFAIRS (3)
Assists with gathering, organizing and preparing information related to Academic Integrity for use in policy and process review projects, student education, and social media messaging. This position will work closely with the Academic Integrity Learning Strategist and other allied professionals within the TRU Community including, but not limited to, the Writing Centre, the Library, the Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and Open Learning. This position will also consult with the Faculty of Student Development Marketing and Communications team on a regular basis. Applicants should possess administrative and marketing creativity skills, be a confident public speaker and be comfortable interacting with students through on-line platforms. This position will have the opportunity to contribute to the work of the Academic Integrity Task Force.
Marian Anderberg – OM1651 firstname.lastname@example.org 250-371-5744