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Center for Experiential Learning

Where Can I Work?

sidPractically every department/division/office at Keuka College employs work-study students.  During the 2012-2013 academic year, there were approximately 460 students working in over 650 work-study positions averaging 6-7 hours per week.

Work-Study Department/Job Title

As of the 2013-2014 academic year, listed below are the work-study positions that students can earn work-study dollars:

Academic Success at Keuka (ASK) Office


Alumni & Family Relations


Basic & Applied Social Sciences (B.A.S.S.) Division

Business/Finance Division

Campus Safety

College Advancement/Development


Conference Services

Dining Services (AVI Fresh – AVI Foodsystems, Inc.)

Education Division

Experiential Learning (Center for Experiential Learning)

Grants Administration

Health Services

Human Resources

Humanities & Fine Arts Division

Information Technology Services

International Student Services

Institutional Research


Lightner Library

Mailroom & Copy Center

  • Mailroom/Copy Center Clerk


Multicultural Affairs

Natural Sciences, Math & PE Division

Occupational Therapy Division

President’s Office

Center for Professional Studies/ASAP



Residence Life

Social Work Division

Sports Information

Student Activities

Student Affairs

TeamWorks!/Ropes Course


Weed Physical Arts Center

Women’s Center

Yates ARC D.R.I.V.E. Peer Mentor Program

Off-Campus (Community Service) Opportunities

The following organizations have provided elementary tutoring work-study positions for our students:

Updated:  SD 2/3/2014