Student Employment Opportunities

Lincoln Christian University is committed to supporting on-campus student employment to benefit the departments of the University as well as the students they employ. Student employment is a significant way that students can enhance their academic experience by applying practical learning on the job in a supportive and challenging setting. As mentors and learners, supervisors and students can build the foundation for professional career development.

Research shows that students who work on-campus:

  • Enjoy greater academic success
  • Are more connected to the University
  • Develop strong relationships with members of the University community who can help them deal with a variety of questions and concerns
  • Have employers who support their educational endeavors and coordinate work schedules with academic schedules.

Every student position can be beneficial, even if it is not significantly related to a field of study. Student positions help our students gain a better understanding of the dynamics of the working world and help students develop many of these essential job skills:

  • Computer skills
  • Communication skills
  • Customer service skills
  • Writing skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Decision-making skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Team member skills
  • Personal responsibility
  • Professional maturity

Student Employment Program: iServe

The iServe program at Lincoln Christian University is designed to help students meet educational expenses through meaningful employment. On-campus employment offers the following benefits:

  • A part-time job can help meet educational expenses
  • Many students desire the opportunity to be mentored by a faculty or staff member
  • A part-time job can provide valuable experiences and marketable skills to add to a resume
  • Supervisors can serve as references in the future
  • Student employees learn to see things from another point of view, which helps to develop analytical and critical thinking skills

Some iServe opportunities include:

  • Teaching assistants
  • Office assistance
  • Grounds workers
  • Library workers
  • Janitorial workers
  • Facility management workers
  • Coffee shop workers

Off-Campus Student Ministries Opportunities

There are opportunities for student ministry in the Lincoln area. Numerous students currently serve churches in various positions. The LCU Church Ministry Office is constantly in contact with churches seeking full-time and part-time ministry staff and will provide a list of such churches on request.