Community Service Work-Study Position
What is the Community Service Work-Study program?
The Community Service Work-Study program is different from other work-study positions because you will be working off campus. If accepted into the program you will be working at one of our selected Community Partners that is typically a non-profit in the Charlotte area. The agency you could potentially be placed at includes but is not limited to: Siegel Ave. Partners, Friendship Trays, Crisis Assistance Ministries, Weddington Assisted Living, Bright Blessings, and Habitat for Humanity. The job description for the Community Service Work-study will vary with each agency and will be discussed upon request.
What is expected of me if I am in the Community Service Work-Study program?
If you are accepted as a work-study student you are expected to: keep in contact with your CPCC supervisor, provide appropriate contact information (i.e. phone and e-mail), work no more than fifteen hours per work (the hours can be subject to change), submit to background checks and volunteer screening, provide your own transportation and submit your timesheets electronically every month through Wed Advisor. Once your hours are submitted your on-site supervisor will need to verify your hours.
What do I need to do if I am selected as a Community Service Work-Study?
If you are selected as a work-study, you will need to attend one of the mandatory orientation sessions with Dena Shonts at CPCC and complete any require application/information needed by the Agency you have been placed at.
Who is my supervisor at CPCC and with the agency I am serving?
Your supervisor at CPCC is Dena Shonts. You can contact her contact her at: email@example.com, 704-330-6558 or stop by the Overcash Performing Arts Center room 241C on Central Campus. Once hired Dena Shonts will put you into contact with your on-site supervsior.
Where can I access a paper timesheet?