Off Campus Federal Work Study

The Off Campus Work Study Program partners with local non-profits to create employment opportunities for students with work study in their financial aid package. Below are agencies that are currently hiring.

Campus Caring Coalition (C3:CUCM)

Job Description: The C3:UCM (Caring Campus Coalition) of United Campus Ministry work study student would be responsible for helping the Program Coordinator develop online resources and communications for the Recovery related (substance misuse and mental health) programs offered to all PSU affiliated individuals.  This student would work remotely for the semester.  Schedule is flexible and can vary with student needs.  Strong social media experience and communications skills would be greatly appreciated.  A commitment to promoting the values of kindness, compassion and social justice is required. 
How to Apply:
Please call  or text Program Coordinator, Marcia Morris at (603) 254-5090 to inquire about the position.

Pemi Baker Television

Job Position: Videographer
Job Overview:
PBTV videographers help provide video coverage of local government meetings, local sporting events, and other community events of interest. Videographers also assist in studio shows at the station. PBTV provides two broadcast channels (Government & Public Access) to Spectrum cable subscribers in the greater Plymouth area. 
Hourly/Weekly Commitment:
Typically anywhere from 2-8 hours/week. 
Qualifications:
-Has some video camera experience either in high school or at the university level (preferred but not required) 
-Has video editing experience (preferred but not required) 
-Being timely and responsible 
-Always willing to learn
-Having attention to detail 
-Enjoys working with technology 
-Has vehicular transportation (preferred but not required) 
How to Apply:
Interested applicants should submit a brief cover letter and resume to the Station Manager, Andrew Fenn at pbtv@plymouth-nh.org  

Visit the PBTV website here.

Pemi-Valley Habitat Restore

Habitat ReStores are retail outlets where used and surplus building materials are sold at a fraction of normal prices. Proceeds from ReStores help local affiliates fund the construction of Habitat houses within their communities. Materials sold by Habitat ReStores are usually donated from building supply stores, contractors, demolition crews or from individuals who wish to show their support for Habitat. In addition to raising funds, ReStores help the environment by re-channeling good, usable materials into house building.

Job Description: Employees will be helping in the Restore doing sales, stocking, cleaning, and helping customers. The time commitment is varied based on schedules, and they are looking for applicants who are friendly, prompt, and extroverted.
How to Apply:
Please reach out to Frank McClain via phone 603-536-1333 or email office@pemivalleyhabitat.org

Visit the Pemi-Valley Habitat website here

Plymouth and Campton Recreation Departments

Job Description: Students are needed to assist in the after school programs located at either Plymouth Elementary School or Campton Elementary School. Shifts are in the afternoons Monday – Thursday and we are looking for employees to work 1, 2, or 3 shifts a week.
How to Apply:
Please reach out to Lisa Ash via phone 603-254-5865 or email lash@pemibaker.org