Student Employment Opportunities

Want to earn a little extra cash to help you with college essentials?

We have the answer for you!

LTC and the college's affiliates offer employment opportunities for students to earn an income plus gain valuable work experience while in school.

Benefits of Being a Student Employee
  • Flexible work schedule (tailored around your class schedule)
  • Gain "real-world" work experience
  • Great resume builder
  • Learn on-the-job problem solving techniques
  • Test your career interests before graduation
  • Offset some of your college expenses
  • Learn to think on your feet
  • Helps you adapt better to the work environment, following graduation
  • Excellent way to market yourself to future employers
  • It's an opportunity to earn while you learn
LTC's Student Employment Opportunities
  • Federal Work Study
  • Student Help/Student Intern
  • Note-Taker
  • Peer Tutor
  • Grounds Maintenance (Seasonal)
  • Campus Security (Limited Term)
  • Temporary Clerical/Technical Support
LTC's Affiliates
  • Follett Bookstore
  • Canteen
  • Ricoh Services (Mailroom/Copy Center)

Interested?   View job postings

Bonnie Zorn
Human Resources, Room L148, Lakeshore Building
1290 North Avenue
Cleveland, WI 53015
ph: 920.693.1863
fax: 920.693.8078

Application Process

LTC's online employment application must be completed and submitted to be considered for a position.

Student Compensation

  • Federal Work Study/Student Help/Student Intern/Note-Taker
    • $10.00 per hour
  • Peer Tutor
    • $10.00 per hour
  • Grounds Maintenance
    • $10.00 per hour
  • Campus Security
    • (Must be currently enrolled in and have completed 2 semesters of either the LTC's Criminal Justice or Security & Corrections Program).
    • $12.50 per hour
  • Temporary Help
    • Wage varies according to assigned job responsibilities.
  • LTC's Affiliates
    • Application and wage information available only through affiliate.


  • How often do I get paid?
    • Semi-monthly
  • How do I get paid?
    • Direct deposit into your checking or savings account.