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Top Work Study Student Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Work Study Student. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Work Study Student resumes they appeared on. For example, 29.7% of Work Study Student resumes contained Work-Study as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Work Study Student actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Work Study Student resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Work-Study

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Here's how Work-Study is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Started as a volunteer with the Hearst Museum at UC Berkeley and was promoted to a Work-Study position along the way.
  • Monitored hours worked versus time entered by work-study students to prevent time theft.
  • Promoted to Supervisor for the students in the City Baptist Work-Study Program.
  • Selected for work-study program to work with athletic staff and coaches.
  • Adhered to the Federal Work-study Program s guidelines and ethical standards.
  • Employed in the work-study program in the Department of Computer.
  • Trained new work-study students on daily responsibilities of the position.
  • Received merit-based full scholarship with work-study in Wood Shop.
  • Provided work direction and review to fellow work-study students.
  • Maintained all UND departmental budgets for the Work-Study Program.
  • Provided training and instruction to new work-study employees.
  • Reviewed and recorded all work-study hours for payroll.
  • Worked solo in two different work-study positions.
  • Completed work-study from 2008 to 2012.
  • Participated in the student work-study program.
  • Served as Work-Study/Stage Hand (mainly) in the Theatre Department of Phoenix College.
  • Worked as a work-study employee leading Middle School youth group once a week.
  • Prepared and checked documents for imaging with a team of other work-study members.

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2. Financial Aid

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Here's how Financial Aid is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Provided customer service and financial aid education to TMCC students including information of verification of eligibility and student loans and grants.
  • Followed strict rules on entering important decisions related to student financial aid disbursements.
  • Analyzed, revised, and processed student financial aid eligibility.
  • Delivered and retrieved interoffice documents for the financial aid office.
  • Answered basic questions about financial aid and advisement procedures.
  • Researched unique situations to resolve financial aid dilemmas.
  • Mailed financial aid awards to incoming students
  • Provided Financial Aid guidance for students
  • Assisted in raising funds from alumni, in order to help with financial aid, building projects, and other programs.
  • Assisted students in completing their FAFSA applications, helped students complete their verification, and answered financial aid related questions.
  • Scanned, filed, organized, and maintained the filing system of students paper copies of confidential financial aid documents.
  • Worked on special projects for awareness on the importance of financial aid and a variety of financial aid conferences.
  • Utilized the Banner software and other appropriate software to support office procedures as related to financial aid and counseling.
  • Organized student files for other departments, assisted in paperwork and filing for Admissions, Advising and Financial Aid.
  • Greeted the public and answered calls for the Business Manager, Registrar Office, Admissions and Financial Aid.
  • Worked within various departments including Human Resources, Accessibility, Career Management, Financial Aid, and Counseling.
  • Assembled, organized, and filed confidential financial aid documents in a systematic order of over 10,000 students.
  • Processed financial aid paperwork, assisted students with applying for financial aid online & by paper application.
  • Worked in the financial aid office as part of work study as well as the front desk.
  • Performed clerical, data entry and customer service related tasks for the University's Financial Aid Office.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Provided exceptional customer service by welcoming incoming USF students and ensuring they comfortable in a new environment.
  • Provided customer service to students regarding their academic needs Complete monthly inventory and document student issued books
  • Provided excellent customer service by answering all customer inquiries immediately and effectively.
  • Provided energetic customer service, inventory management, and cash handling.
  • Provided daily assistance to students with outstanding customer service.
  • Researched and logged documents/emailed customer service with retrieval documents.
  • Performed various customer service duties to ensure student satisfaction.
  • Provided superior customer service experience to our customers.
  • Provided quality customer service to sporting event attendees.
  • Provided customer service to prospecting and continuing students.
  • Operated the customer service counter and assisted students
  • Provided customer services to campus community.
  • Supervised the main lobby to ensure employees were following rules and made sure they were giving excellent customer service to students.
  • Ensured and maintained customer satisfaction, constantly seeking ways to improve customer service and engaging customers to return for repeat services.
  • Performed a variety of customer service duties keeping accurate records of all prospect and current students on all students' files.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service skills in a fast paced high call volume atmosphere, while efficiently addressing customer concerns.
  • Interacted with students, faculty, and staff as a customer service assistant in an extremely busy office.
  • Managed the front desk, set tutoring appointments, and directed phone calls to provide excellent customer service.
  • Billed Workers' Compensation cases; pulled/filed charts; answered phones; and provided excellent customer service.
  • Performed secretarial duties for Nursing Department including telemarketing, customer service, copying, printing, and filing

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4. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Designed new system of organizing student records for easy retrieval Coordinated new arrival student's orientation.
  • Created, scanned, organized and maintained electronic student records while exercising confidentiality.
  • Valued assistant to Student Records Specialist while completing Medical Coding & Billing Certification.
  • Prepared and filed student records accurately.
  • Faxed, photocopied, filed, communicated with graduates and current students and maintained student records.
  • Filed student records in alphabet order, distribute mail, and other general office duties Bose Corporation
  • Maintained all tracking database for student records, presenting weekly status report to measure performance
  • Worked in Student Records by sorting, scanning, and filing various forms.
  • Filed papers, folders, binders, and student records in appropriate cabinets.
  • Organized student records and mailed admission information and forms to potential students.
  • Scanned and indexed student records into computer archive then verified records.
  • Updated student records and information on a daily basis.
  • Managed the processing and upkeep of all student records.
  • Answered calls, updated student records.
  • Filed and maintained personal student records.
  • Filed confidential student records and schedules.
  • Ordered supplies and managed the inventory Photographed students for identification cards, and created master cards for student records.
  • Performed and revieeds the more complex admission, registration and student records issues.
  • Provided support to various levels of administration within the Student Records Department.
  • Filed and edited student records using Datatel.

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5. Front Office

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Here's how Front Office is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Assisted front office staff with organizing student related notes such as absences and early dismissal.
  • Managed the full spectrum of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies front office operations.
  • Helped students and staff in the front office.
  • Developed exceptional front office skill set.
  • Maintained neatness of front office.
  • Filed paperwork, answered phones, multi-task to keep the front office in control and organized.
  • Managed incoming phone calls to front office Organized student files Edited electronic textbooks for disabled students

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6. Computer Lab

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Here's how Computer Lab is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Collected and maintained student identification upon entering and leaving the computer lab.
  • Provided operations and maintenance support for the college computer laboratory.
  • Organized and cleaned computer laboratories and classrooms.
  • Monitored computer usage in student computer lab.
  • Coordinated computer lab and equipment reservations.
  • Assisted students with computer issues and maintained the cleanliness of the computer lab and other duties as needed.
  • Worked with students using computer lab to assist and resolve their questions concerning hardware, software and applications.
  • Assembled admissions folders for potential students, tutored children, and monitored teen center and computer lab.
  • Maintained two computer labs with over 50 desktop testing stations, network printers, routers and switches.
  • Helped students with technical support and maintained a clean work environment in computer labs.
  • Supervised the computer lab, assisted students with questions regarding different design programs.
  • Supervised the computer lab and trained others on how to use the computers.
  • Worked in the computer labs, helped students with computer questions.
  • Provided guidance and leadership to 5 Computer Lab staff.
  • Assisted in campus computer lab helping students debug programs.
  • Printed out assignments for students in the computer lab.
  • Ensured cleanliness and order throughout the computer lab.
  • Ensured cleanliness of computer lab and class rooms.
  • Performed help desk services for on-site computer labs.
  • Checked students in and out of Computer lab

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7. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Created engaging, dynamic PowerPoint presentation to showcase project involving assessment of issues related to hazardous waste creation and disposal processes.
  • Performed administrative duties -Developed computer skills such as Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word
  • Created presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint and similar software.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations for fiscal reports.
  • Provided assistance and suggestions on presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint, essays in Microsoft Word, and critical thinking for modeling projects.
  • Completed college level course training in various programs such as Microsoft Word, Office, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Used skills associated with Microsoft Office (Word Perfect, Publisher, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel).
  • Utilized Microsoft Office programs- Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Web Design, Oracle and SIS.
  • Assisted students with homework, navigated WCCCD homepage and assisted with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents.
  • Tutored students with productivity software, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, to meet class requirements.
  • Used Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to put reports, and presentations together.
  • Created and assembled course lessons, minor assignments and exams, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Prepared documents using Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
  • Learned how to use Microsoft Excel, Word Perfect, and PowerPoint.
  • Redesigned and updated course content and links, entered grades, and rearranged/edited Powerpoint presentations for classroom use.
  • Operated Microsoft software applications such as: Datatel, Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
  • Processed data using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and a Datatel Database System.
  • Increased productivity using Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Mastered Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Publisher.
  • Graded Paper Computer knowledge (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Etc)

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8. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Created an Internet and FTP site for the Computer/Networking Systems, Maintenance and Repair program, including PowerPoint presentations online.
  • Handled base level troubleshooting over the phone, along with managing student dorm internet, and ticket system upkeep.
  • Worked extensively with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Fire fox, Email, Internet Explorer.
  • Guided/instructed students on using the Internet, e-mail procedures, Windows and related software.
  • Established Internet Information Server, and Remote Access Server on Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
  • Used internet and database resources to research contacts for lost survey participants.
  • Coached students in the use of electronic, print and Internet resources.
  • Utilized a word processor and the internet to update personal information.
  • Assisted Students via Internet with Financial Aid Applications.
  • Explored Internet for resources for instructors and students.
  • Created internet forums in the NAPT Producers website.
  • Helped students to navigate the internet.
  • Filed backed-up tapes of the HIP-9000 server, maintained data entry reference library for internet use at Northland Pioneer College.
  • Assisted customer with creating a joblink account using the internet.

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9. Alumni

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Here's how Alumni is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Maintained accurate and up-to-date documentation and records, specifically alumni records and obtaining current addresses.
  • Developed content for Alumni Affairs newsletter and answered alumni questions about college affairs.
  • Created spreadsheets to organize alumni information Researched scholarship donor information Maintained office filing system
  • Admitted Student account activation, Alumni credentials reactivation, and temporary password re-issue.
  • Maintained alumni mailing lists and updated their non-confidential documents and files.
  • Organized and filed financial documents; communicated with Penn State Alumni
  • Researched and collected information regarding alumni for contract drafting
  • Orchestrated events in order to communicate with alumni to foster a relationship that resulted in their support of the school.
  • Fast-paced interactive work, communicating with major area newspapers regarding the students, alumni and faculty associated with the college.
  • Managed multiple alumni groups' social media pages, with the purpose of communicating upcoming events available for alumni.
  • Updated lists of athletic alumni including mailing to athletic alumni about specific events and updates about the school.
  • Managed database records of Alumni, current students, and faculty In BANNER Student Administrative System.
  • Networked with Alumni to set up professional linkages between college and alumni professionals in Psychology field.
  • Called alumni, and friends of the College to update their current address and information.
  • Performed clerical and secretarial duties that contributed to the success of the Alumni Association.
  • Organized and designated a new work space for all alumni weekend research and projects.
  • Answered telephones, transferred calls and greeted clients while covering the alumni registration desk.
  • Deposited checks from alumni to be taken to the bank by campus registrars.
  • Reviewed survey that was distributed to alumni groups for grammatical and spelling errors.
  • Filed paperwork, entered information in the database on Bay Path College alumni.

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10. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Worked closely with the Campus Administrator performing administrative tasks such as obtaining documents and signatures from appropriate staff members.
  • Conducted regular administrative tasks such as front desk operations and extensive filing.
  • Performed general administrative tasks including telephone correspondence and general filing.
  • Helped in other departments conducting various administrative tasks as needed.
  • Performed administrative tasks for members of the organization.
  • Assisted faculty and staff as needed with class support, tutoring, maintaining course materials and similar administrative tasks.
  • Assisted educational funding team with administrative tasks* Reached out to students via phone and email* Helped secure funding for students
  • Performed administrative tasks for faculty such as making copies, running errands and delivering mail.
  • Performed administrative tasks and assist veterans in the office.
  • Performed administrative tasks (copying, sorting etc.)
  • Assisted teachers with paper work and administrative tasks.
  • Assisted Graduate professors with various projects Performed administrative tasks
  • Answered phone, e-mail, and in person inquiries Attended to various administrative tasks.
  • Conducted numerous administrative tasks Planned, advertised, facilitated and tabled various events including career and "get involved" fairs

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11. Contact Information

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Here's how Contact Information is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Maintained front desk procedures including contact information, directions and frequently requested company information.
  • Organized contact information in database to facilitate efficient record keeping.
  • Maintained a database of residents which included their contact information.
  • Maintained alumni class files and updated contact information.
  • Updated teachers' information cards which listed their contact information, school appointments, etc.
  • Communicated with employees over the telephone and by email to obtain contact information.
  • Researched contact information, organizations/schools of interest, websites, etc.
  • Researched and collected contact information of other institutions for future employment opportunities within the AMS department.
  • Maintained contact information on Datatel Colleague database
  • Used Microsoft Word to format letters to students entering the Learning Support Program andMicrosoft Excel to track students' contact information.
  • Updated Alumni and current students contact information in Jenzabar Assisted with planning and organizing fundraising activities Performed other administrative duties as requested

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12. Windows

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Here's how Windows is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Developed and successfully implemented oracle server installations on Linux and Windows platforms.
  • Participated in the configuration, deployment, support, and maintenance of more than 500 Windows NT 4.0 workstations.
  • Upgraded 20 new computers to windows 10 from 8.1 and configured wireless router for each.
  • Cleaned windows, glass partitions and mirrors using soapy water, surface cleaner and sponges.
  • Produced classroom materials utilizing Hewlett Packard ScanJet Plus, Desktop Publishing, and Windows applications.
  • Assisted students in resolving problems with Windows and Mac O/S installations.
  • Transcribed visual/audio clips into MS Word from Windows Media Player
  • Worked diligently on Excel and Windows 7.
  • Well-versed in Windows, Microsoft Office
  • Handed out the games and controllers to the students Fixed the systems when they messed up Vacuumed and cleaned the windows
  • Answered phones Scheduled appointments Checked and took messages Helped students at the windows Filed Ran errands

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13. GPA

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Here's how GPA is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Created perfect attendance, GPA, and other certificates to be given to students at assemblies.
  • Tutored 5-10 students weekly in Academic Development Program resulting in 20% overall increase in their GPA.
  • Assisted facilities staff with campus maintenance as part of a competitive program based on GPA and other qualifications
  • Selected for position due to high GPA in high school and throughout university.
  • Prepared and printed statistical reports regarding enrollment grades and GPA.
  • Completed one year of Diesel Science Program with 3.7 GPA

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14. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Coordinated and collaborated with Workforce partners to include Workforce Business Services Units to ensure optimum employment and training opportunities for Veterans.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by supplying information regarding Veterans benefits and services, and promptly and accurately answered student questions.
  • Provided assistance to student veterans and military dependents in the Xavier University community as they transitioned back into civilian life.
  • Communicated with students regularly on personal submissions, upcoming events about the Veterans Affairs and school expectations.
  • Communicated effectively with multiple departments to plan meetings and prepare registration paperwork for veterans taking classes.
  • Created Counseling/ Evaluation Rehabilitation folders for veterans who enroll in the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program.
  • Processed Veterans Affairs paperwork which allowed veterans and dependents to receive their maximum educational benefits.
  • Assisted with retention efforts for veterans and military students while maintaining confidentiality and professionalism.
  • Provided case-managed services to eligible, suitable and willing veterans seeking employment and/or training.
  • Generated a monthly newsletter regarding meetings and services available to the visually impaired veterans.
  • Participated in complete reorganization of office filing cabinets and veterans files on VetraSpec.
  • Contributed information and editorial content to Veterans Affairs office publications distributed to constituencies.
  • Contacted appropriate service when necessary in efforts to provide assistance to Veterans.
  • Accommodated veterans in registration processes while educating them of new account benefits.
  • Facilitated positive working relationships between various offices and delivered Veterans entitlements.
  • Provided comprehensive guidance on benefits and programs available to military veterans.
  • Supported the Head Certifying Official in providing educational benefits to veterans.
  • Provided assistance to administration, faculty, instructors and veterans.
  • Facilitated interaction between counselors and veterans regarding their needs.
  • Informed Veterans and dependents about Educational programs and benefits.

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15. Confidential Information

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Here's how Confidential Information is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Received and processed application fees, applications and confidential information submitted for enrollment to Boise State University.
  • Experienced in handling sensitive, confidential information.
  • Organized confidential information into an online system.
  • Handled confidential information and conducted tasks professionally.
  • Shredded outdated documents with confidential information.
  • Handled students' confidential information.
  • Worked with student databases, maintaining confidential information while retrieving records, indexing scores, and entering data.
  • Utilized computer skills to key, maintain, and update confidential information.
  • Entrusted to gather and manage a diverse range of confidential information.

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16. Telephone Calls

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Here's how Telephone Calls is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Answered telephone calls, exhibited great customer service, and operated a personal computer with specialized software to maintain confidential information.
  • Performed office related duties such as filing documents and answering telephone calls
  • Answered telephone calls and scheduled appointments while avoiding scheduling conflicts.
  • Received incoming correspondence and telephone calls for office personnel
  • Fielded telephone calls, entered data, filed data, faxed documents, and word processing.
  • Performed general administrative functions, such as fielding telephone calls, filing, and data entry.
  • Served as assistant, answering telephone calls, creating and filing documents through Microsoft Office.
  • Answered telephone calls, input data on students profile and set appointment schedules.
  • Answered telephone calls, directed individuals to appropriate departments, transferred calls.
  • Transferred telephone calls to the appropriate staff personnel and recorded messages.
  • Maintained daily log of telephone calls, visitors and mailings
  • Received visitors, telephone calls, and sorted mail.
  • Assisted the secretary with building surveys in Qualtrics, entering grades in Excel, organizing/filing paperwork, and answering telephone calls.
  • Worked closely with practicum professor and assistant Duties included filing, mailings, data entry, and telephone calls to practicum sites
  • Received high volume telephone calls, provided telephone triage and circulated messages In a timely manner.
  • Answered telephone calls and fielded student question in a timely manner.
  • Answered and attended to telephone calls.
  • Assisted with the Eastern New Mexico University Science Fair Assisted students and faculty within the department Answered and directed telephone calls
  • Greeted and scheduled appointments Answered and transferred incoming telephone calls Copied and filed health documents Verified inventory loads against shipping paper

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17. Fafsa

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Here's how Fafsa is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Worked under a FAFSA work study program at a local college, in the student services department.
  • Informed students on SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress), SAP Appeals, and FAFSA Worksheets.
  • Assisted students with the completion of Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • Worked with students and parents on FAFSA applications.
  • Assisted students with FAFSA apps.
  • Assisted students with questions on loans, FAFSA, etc.
  • assisted students with the FAFSA process

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18. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Submitted requisitions for office supplies, toner cartridges, paper, and other materials.
  • Printed transcripts, printed class schedules, filed, and ordered office supplies.
  • Managed office supplies by unloading shipments and stocking supplies.
  • Handled inventory of office supplies for the Dept.
  • Maintained office supplies for the entire office area.
  • Organized office supplies used by entire department.
  • Ordered and maintain clinical and office supplies.
  • Prepared new students for freshman orientation Produced confidential documents using word processor and excel Stocked office supplies
  • Typed/edited Answered phone Retrieved office mail Xeroxed articles Posted campus events Scanned pictures Purchased office supplies Ran errands

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19. Word Processing

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Here's how Word Processing is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Conducted Office administrative functions included filling media requests, word processing, data entry and historical research.
  • Prepared correspondence, memorandums or other types of documents using Microsoft Word or similar word processing software.
  • Used computers for various applications such as database management and word processing.
  • Produced a variety of written documents utilizing varied word processing software applications.
  • Converted a paper/typewritten system to word processing system on computer.
  • Skilled typing and word processing Data entry Receptionist General Office Duties

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20. Communication

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Here's how Communication is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Demonstrated professional verbal/written communication skills.
  • Used communication and organization skills to navigate through new cities and gained valuable insight to corporate business models and building partnerships
  • Assisted clients in obtaining counseling services and excelled in alleviating their anxieties by leveraging interpersonal and communication strengths.
  • Recruited prospective students to visit through open communication and marketing of the benefits of an education from Messiah College
  • Learned non-verbal communication skills essential for interacting with individuals who do not speak a similar language.
  • Maintained patient privacy, consistently adhering to HIPPA guidelines and developed professionalism and communication skills.
  • Applied Japanese language skills daily for communication in academics and recreation and cultural comprehension.
  • Assured all interoffice communications and mail was sorted and addressed to appropriate individuals.
  • Increased ability for social interaction through communication of basic need in foreign culture.
  • Facilitated communication among staff and students using a variety of computer technologies.
  • Provided assistance to students and ensured optimal productivity through open communication.
  • Designed research to investigate social media and related phenomena in communications.
  • Gained in-depth experience researching and mastering communication and media-related skills.
  • Developed communication skills with coworkers as well as various supervisors
  • Maintained communication between the management, staff and organization.
  • Demonstrated communication, supervising, time management, professionalism
  • Applied well developed interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Conducted office communications inbound and outbound.
  • Assisted the Telecommunications Operator with billing.
  • Trained five FFA individuals/teams for sub-district, district and state competitions and promoted their research, communication and public speaking skills.

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21. Clerical Support

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Here's how Clerical Support is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Provided general clerical support to Admissions staff
  • Assisted administrative staff with clerical support.
  • Provided clerical support to Criminal Justice faculty: Made copies and scanned documents; ran errands on campus for department.
  • Provided clerical support school staff in the daily operation and maintenance of student records, appointments, and necessary support.
  • Performed other duties as assigned, including copying, filing, and other clerical support.
  • Provided clerical support such as typing, filing, ordering supplies and sorting mail.
  • Assisted in research projects, graded exams and other clerical support
  • Assisted with administration of accounting files, executed record keeping and clerical support to the accounts department.
  • Assisted the building secretary and the instructors in the building Provided clerical support

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22. Education Department

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Here's how Education Department is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Worked in the elementary education department greeting visitors and providing service over the telephone.
  • Maintained accurate inventory of medical supplies for Continuing Education Department.
  • Provided assistance to Education Department while attending classes.
  • Assisted Education Department by acting as receptionist.
  • Maintained education department organized and tidy.
  • Assisted the heads of the Teacher Education Department at St. Mary's University.
  • Preformed odd duties for the Adventure Education department.
  • Registered potential students for GED testing Assisted all staff including professors in the Adult Education Department.
  • Traveled to Belize, Central America through Washburn University's Education Department.
  • Multi-tasked and organized file system in the Education Department.
  • Assisted campus Registrar Records Management Administrative duties Managed student life activities Managed electronic records Oversee administrative duties for the education department

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23. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Assisted Counselors with scheduling appointments, projects such as helping to prepare for student orientation, and answering phones.
  • Performed clerical duties such as typing, filing, telephone switchboard and scheduling appointments.
  • Backed up receptionist duties for scheduling appointments for students.
  • Assisted students with scheduling appointments or took messages.
  • Minimized conflicts by scheduling appointments for 5 busy Transfer & Career counselors Prepared and Distributed on-campus and off-campus employment packages
  • Provided business administrative support, scheduling appointments, document production, database managment and multiple phone lines.

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24. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Delegated correspondences for 25 faculty and staff members ensuring vital information is delivered.
  • Managed the music department s office mail; ensure timely delivery of mail to all department professors and staff members.
  • Checked in all packages and boxes, checked contents with packing slips and routed materials to appropriate staff members.
  • Provided tech support to faculty and staff members in the Law school and trained new work study students.
  • Filled in while one of the staff members was off for maternity leave.
  • Answered office phones and directed calls to appropriate staff members.
  • Provided excellent customer service to students and staff members.
  • Provided service to prospective customers and assisted staff members.
  • Researched supplies needed by the staff members.
  • Faxed and copied school related documents for students and staff * Authorized promotional flyers for students and staff members
  • Complied informational and instructional materials for presentations Drafted publications and press release for staff members Greet students and make appointments for students
  • Filed paperwork and answered phones Assembled information packets for daily mailing Errands for admission and career service staff members

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25. Taking Messages

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Here's how Taking Messages is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality with clients and counselors when taking messages.
  • Answered multiple phones lines promptly taking messages and routing calls to correct department within the college.
  • Supervised in answering phone calls and taking messages.
  • Assisted in answering the telephone and taking messages.
  • Answered phones, transferring calls and taking messages.
  • Operated telephone Multi-line switchboard to answer, screen, or forward calls, providing information, and taking messages.
  • Prepared and retrieved copies Responsible for answering phone calls and taking messages.
  • Assisted in answering the telephone and taking messages Entered students' information in the computer Organized and sorted students' documents

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26. RUN Errands

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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Filed, faxed information to the main campus, and made copies * Answered phone and run errands and assisted students
  • Helped manage inventory and run errands for behavior specialists
  • Delivered messages and run errands.
  • Performed general office duties including filing, develop electronic documents, maintain current filing system and run errands for my employer.
  • Organized the scheduling of meetings, conferences, and events, deliver messages and run errands.
  • Graded papers for the Professor's, data input, copy, file, run errands.

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27. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Operated computer systems and performed data management support functions.
  • Entered patient data in computer systems
  • Restructured and improved computer systems.
  • Delegated responsibilities, verified schedules, gave campus tours, evaluated transcripts, assisted students, entered files for new computer system
  • Maintained records and input data on all student employees in the Financial Aid, Payroll and Student Employment sections computer system.
  • Created and Maintained Networks needed to connect multiple Audio, Video, Printer and Computer systems through wired LAN Networks.
  • Assisted students in filing for financial aid, learned and navigated computer system, worked with money/numbers, clerical work.
  • Monitored faculty and students to ensure proper use of computer systems as well as software to prevent unauthorized use.
  • Inputted data and grades into computer system, as well as graded papers for the dental department.
  • Organized and checked incoming mail* Scanned items in and out of computer system* Created shipping labels
  • Worked in the athletic office inputting student rental and other usage information into computer system.
  • Handled confidential student records, input information into computer system, filing, greet students
  • Collected, filed & organized paperwork & maintain data entry into computer system.
  • Utilized computer systems such VA-Once, ensuring accurate reporting of student data.
  • Provided technical support for new students about their computer system.
  • Uploaded passes into the York College computer system.
  • Upgraded computer systems on a quarterly basis.
  • Scanned documents into computer system, utilizing print-scan software Created database utilizing Microsoft Access
  • Filed paper work, utilized copier printer, fax machine, mult-line telephone system, computer systems.
  • Filed paperwork for different counselors, check to make sure important documents were in the computer systems.

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28. Office Tasks

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Here's how Office Tasks is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Performed office tasks such as answering/forwarding phone calls, assisting students with paperwork, filing paperwork and running office errands.
  • Performed various office tasks using Microsoft office products, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Compiled research on policy involving families, children, and education in North Carolina - Completed office tasks
  • Developed the department's newsletter twice a year* Performed research projects, excel spreadsheets, and office tasks
  • Handled various office tasks including managing inventory files, making copies for professors and answering phones.
  • Assisted Office Manager with daily office tasks pertaining to counseling services and community outreach.
  • Assisted with office tasks such as typing and filing.
  • Performed basic office tasks using Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Performed different office tasks when needed or assigned.
  • Assisted with various office tasks.
  • Assisted students with homework and computer issues Monitored student sign-ins, answered telephones, and completed other office tasks as needed
  • Aided Bellarmine faculty in everyday office tasks (electronic filing, book cataloging, copying).
  • Conducted on and off-site field experiment Maintained department research database Performed basic office tasks
  • Carried out office tasks asked of such as organizing pamphlets and flyers, shredding documents and organizing storage spaces.

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29. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Assisted the Office's personnel in publicizing events by creating, addressing and posting materials on the bulletin boards around campus.
  • Assisted the Center's personnel in keeping the bulletin boards organized and up-to-date.
  • Maintained appearance and information of multiple bulletin boards for current events on campus.
  • Decorated bulletin boards, answered the phone, mostly office work.
  • Updated Career Center Bulletin Boards, Work Study Boards, and Marketing Boards; Design of flyers and labels.
  • Assisted with marketing activities for residence hall by designing and disseminating advertising media and keeping bulletin boards updated.

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30. New Faculty

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Here's how New Faculty is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Developed the annual newsletter to be distributed at the National Communication Association conference to alumni, prospective students and new faculty.
  • Created brochures and welcome packets for new faculty.
  • Assisted in the preparation of packets for various events such as New Faculty Orientation.
  • Worked as a team for upcoming freshmen, new faculty and international students
  • Involved in the planning and assisted with new faculty member orientation.
  • Aided in process of interviewing and hiring new faculty.

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31. File Papers

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Here's how File Papers is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Reorganized files and file papers.
  • Shred and file papers Answer phone Greet family members House keeping Run company errands
  • Assisted with homework Changed diapers Organized activities Answered phones Assisted director File papers Assisted parents Assisted students Prepared meals
  • Organized and file papers, Deliver papers to teachers and students, answer phones
  • United Stated File papers Operated switchboard Run errands Direct contact with students and parents

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32. Computer Software

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Here's how Computer Software is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Answered faculty and student inquiries regarding computer software or printer hardware operation to resolve problems.
  • Installed Microsoft computer software and performed troubleshooting actions as needed.
  • Assisted with analysis of accounts receivable and computer software utilization.
  • Developed familiarity with standard computer software programs.
  • Assisted students with FAFSA, registration, Administration, computer software systems, and showing them around the campus.
  • Designed functioning parts using computer software and printed such parts by means of a 3-dimensional printer.
  • Created visual concepts for college posters using computer software to communicate ideas for consumers.
  • Assisted students with in-class appliances, computer software, and assignments.
  • Operated and maintained the bowling lanes with computer software.
  • Trained on librarian assistant computer software Maintained bulletin boards around the campus.

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33. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Assisted in arranging community meetings, notification of appointments and special events.
  • Maintained phone correspondence with various alumni and current students, informing them of special events and other items of note.
  • Planned and managed special events, such as career fairs, guest speakers, and mock interviews.
  • Formatted Word Documents for special events and tasks; formatted Excel spreadsheets for work schedule.
  • Assisted Special Events Specialist with organizing and hosting Agnes Scott College cultural events.
  • Provided printed materials needed by faculty for meetings, training and special events.
  • Assisted with office management duties and literature for special events.
  • Cleaned dorm restrooms and set up for special events on campus
  • Supported the Education and Maintenance Crew to help run the museum and worked at special events Service Experience
  • Created flyers for special events, Sunday services and Bible Studies.
  • Assisted Mrs. Sisco with her workflow and the processing and planning of events of special events around the campus.
  • Helped with display and set-up of store Rang up purchases Helped with special events, advertising, etc.

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34. Important Documents

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Here's how Important Documents is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Retrieved and distributed important documents with various departments on campus.
  • Managed many confidential and important documents and information concerning students.
  • Conducted errands and deliveries across campus with important documents.
  • Maintained confidentiality standards while filing and scanning important documents.
  • Managed incoming mails and important documents.
  • Delivered important documents between University departments.
  • Filed important documents into proper cabinets.
  • Answered the phone and assisted with questions, run errands for supervisor, filed important documents, logged data and entered transcripts
  • Analyzed departmental documents for appropriate distribution and, filing important documents, answering the phone for emergencies calls, parking appeals.
  • Filed important documents and skilled in Microsoft office, fax machine, printers, and computers.
  • Handled daily clerical tasks, which included answering calls, filling important documents, etc.
  • Worked secretarial jobs, faxed and filed important documents, worked along-side professors.
  • Handled and distributed mail * Responsible for copying and faxing important documents.
  • Organized important documents for the head of the Legal Studies Department.
  • Filed and organized important documents at the Registrar's Office.
  • Helped scan and file important documents.
  • Managed and Filed Important Documents.
  • Organized and reviewed important documents in the Department of Psychology Collaborated with other work studies to administer work and run errands
  • Advised student of important documents needed to complete financialaid file.
  • Filled out and delivered important documents in a timely manner.

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35. Student Activities

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Here's how Student Activities is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Reported productivity of students to Director of Student Activities.
  • Assisted in the planning of student activities, and provide support to Sanford Brown College student learning center.
  • Organized, promoted, set up, and implemented student activities such as Spring Carnival and Semi-Formals.
  • Helped design the Student Activities Board with monthly events and Worked with the SGA budget.
  • Provided various clerical and receptionist assistance to management staff in the Office of Student Activities.
  • Provided students with information regarding classes, student activities, and required paperwork.
  • Coordinated student activities, mentor new students, edited websites, advertised events
  • Assisted students with logging into our computer network and monitored student activities.
  • Assisted the Director of Student Activities by maintaining the office-filing system.
  • Supported Student Activities Staff in planning and executing programs for students.
  • Organized student activities on campus.
  • Worked at the Office of Student Activities at Hostos Community College.
  • Created and printed flyers and posters to market various student activities Designed and developed Volunteer Activity Chart for Student Government Association Involvement
  • Answered calls and took messages Made copies and filed important documents Managed and delivered mail Coordinated student activities and events
  • Assisted student activities coordinator Labels and fillings Created flyers and announcement boards Monitored SGA lab

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36. Fax Machines

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Here's how Fax Machines is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Gained experience with the use of microphones as well as Xerox, lamination, shredding, and fax machines.
  • Learned to use fax machines, laminating machines, and school's database.
  • Completed mailings by using copiers, and fax machines.
  • Used and coordinated maintenance of office equipment, such as copiers, scanners, fax machines and computers.
  • Experienced in working with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Points, copier machines and fax machines.
  • Used and coordinated maintenance of office equipment, such as copiers, fax machines, computers.

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37. Office Staff

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Here's how Office Staff is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Worked with the office staff at Allen College to assist with their daily operations.
  • Developed work schedules to maintain constant coverage for the office staff.
  • Assisted office staff typing filing, ordering supplies, answering phones
  • Forwarded phone calls and messages to office staff.
  • Answered incoming phone calls for office staff.
  • Worked with and assisted office staff.
  • Performed clerical duties for office staff while participating in professional development trainings such as Myers Briggs Type Indicator.
  • Answered multi-line telephones, took messages for office staff, filed, made copies, delivered daily mail.
  • Filed student's information daily Sorted mail and distributed to office staff
  • Assisted office director, administrative assistants, and advisors in daily activities Assisted guests, students, and other office staff.
  • Filed paperwork Organized paperwork for Controllers Office Sorted student information Completed task for office staff as needed

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38. Clerical Tasks

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Here's how Clerical Tasks is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Organized paperwork and completed clerical tasks upon request from administrative assistants.
  • Performed clerical tasks as necessary.
  • Performed clerical tasks in the Financial Aid Office, such as alphabetizing and filing other work study students' time sheets.
  • Assisted Human Resources Liaison along with the Manger of Nursing, clinical and administrative staff with clerical tasks.
  • Worked in the Business and Computer Coaching Center assisting the staff with various clerical tasks.
  • Performed clerical tasks in the museum gift shop.
  • Assisted supervisor with clerical tasks in the office.
  • Attended to various clerical tasks as assigned.
  • Performed clerical tasks for staff and faculty
  • Performed various clerical tasks as assigned.

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39. Computer Programs

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Here's how Computer Programs is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Learned new computer programs and terminology.
  • Gained proficiency with various computer programs.
  • Performed administrative duties such as filing, answering phones, and inputting data into computer programs.
  • Operated library computer programs to search catalog and check out library materials.
  • Learned computer programs to do spreadsheets, letters, and mass mailings.
  • Worked with several computer programs and basic computer tasks.
  • Provided students with training for Adobe computer programs.
  • Assisted college students with basic computer programs.
  • Acquired skills in various content management and computer programs such as Synthenet, the Adobe Suite applications and Final Cut.

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40. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Organized and maintained patient's medical records and other personal records including personal information, medical history.
  • Assessed the eligibility of potential subjects through medical records.
  • Developed and implemented of a new file and tracking system for approximately 25,000 archived medical records.
  • Transported medical records, x-rays and specimens to laboratories and various departments throughout the hospital.
  • Designed and coordinated a medical records room in our classroom for the undergraduates.
  • Looked up information in medical records for compliance studies of cesarean sections.
  • Checked for and annotate errors in patients' electronic medical records.
  • Used terminal - digit filing and created patient medical records.
  • Processed evidence, medical records, and incoming mail.
  • Maintained exemplary public relations and patient confidentiality Obtained & maintained medical records.
  • Interfaced with clients and all parties associated with cases Managed medical records acquisition; assisted in preparation of claims forms
  • Aided in the Medical Records maintenance and filing Provided administrative support for the doctors Educated Patients on insurance policies and referral coordination

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41. File Documents

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Here's how File Documents is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Created and labeled student files, access and file documents, make calls to students regarding graduation.

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42. Office Machines

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Here's how Office Machines is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Operated office machines such as typewriter, adding, calculating and duplicating Machines
  • Answered telephones and routed calls and messages Filed documents Entered data into computer Operated office machines
  • Operated standard office machines Reviewed loan files/accuracy Prepared labels and envelopes Scanned/Shredded documents Organized/Upgraded filing system Searched E-command data criteria
  • Created patient files from an accumulation of patient documents Maintained file system Distributed mail to staff Operated office machines
  • Operated office machines such as typewriter, calculating and duplicating machines.
  • Created documents, assembled new preceptor packets, ordered supplies, scheduled maintenance for office machines, and maintained files.

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43. Personal Computers

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Here's how Personal Computers is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Operated and fixed office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners,facsimile machines, voicemail systems, and personal computers.
  • Inspected personal computers, eliminating software issues and optimizing operating systems.
  • Operated office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems, and personal computers.
  • Operated office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems, and personal computers.
  • Applied knowledge of personal computers and various software applications to accomplish work activities.
  • Operated office machines including personal computers, photocopy, and fax machines.

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44. General Information

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Here's how General Information is used in Work Study Student jobs:
  • Provided general information to students regarding any issues or concerns and directing them to the correct department.
  • Provided general information regarding services provided by the ADWS.
  • Answered multiline phone service providing general information to students, faculty, and outside vendors about departmental resources.
  • Interacted with students and professors on a daily basis, providing general information about the College.
  • Provided general information for students .
  • Participated in new student orientation giving students and parents campus life and general information regarding procedures and common concerns.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Work Study Student

Work-Study29.7%
Financial Aid12.2%
Customer Service6.5%
Student Records3.6%
Front Office3.5%
Computer Lab3.4%
Powerpoint2.7%
Internet2.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Work Study Student

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Work-Study
Work-Study
29.7%
29.7%
2
2
Financial Aid
Financial Aid
12.2%
12.2%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
6.5%
6.5%
4
4
Student Records
Student Records
3.6%
3.6%
5
5
Front Office
Front Office
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Computer Lab
Computer Lab
3.4%
3.4%
7
7
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
2.7%
2.7%
8
8
Internet
Internet
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Alumni
Alumni
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Administrative Tasks
Administrative Tasks
2.1%
2.1%
11
11
Contact Information
Contact Information
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Windows
Windows
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
GPA
GPA
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Veterans
Veterans
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Confidential Information
Confidential Information
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Telephone Calls
Telephone Calls
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
Fafsa
Fafsa
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Word Processing
Word Processing
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Communication
Communication
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Clerical Support
Clerical Support
1%
1%
22
22
Education Department
Education Department
1%
1%
23
23
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
1%
1%
24
24
Staff Members
Staff Members
1%
1%
25
25
Taking Messages
Taking Messages
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
RUN Errands
RUN Errands
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Computer System
Computer System
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Office Tasks
Office Tasks
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
New Faculty
New Faculty
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
File Papers
File Papers
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Computer Software
Computer Software
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Special Events
Special Events
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Important Documents
Important Documents
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Student Activities
Student Activities
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Fax Machines
Fax Machines
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Office Staff
Office Staff
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Clerical Tasks
Clerical Tasks
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Computer Programs
Computer Programs
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
File Documents
File Documents
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Office Machines
Office Machines
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Personal Computers
Personal Computers
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
General Information
General Information
0.4%
0.4%

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