All Federal Work Study (FWS) positions for the 2020-21 Academic Year are now posted.
A few things to know:
- You must be eligible for FWS, according to your 2020-21 FAFSA. If you are unsure of your eligibility, please contact UNMC Financial Aid.
- If you are a current/returning UNMC student, you may begin working in a position any time.
- If you are an incoming/Fall 2020 UNMC student, your first day of work cannot be before the first day of classes (August 24th).
- For more information about FWS, click here.
- Reach out to the contact person for positions you are interested in, and they will provide any special application instructions.
If you have questions or need assistance, contact Brenda Nickol with COPH Career Services.
View available FWS positions at UNMC here.
Douglas County Health Department is seeking a full time temporary Data Analyst.
Description: This is an MPH student hourly worker position. The student will work for Dr. Shinobu Watanabe-Galloway and her colleagues to conduct mental health and cancer related projects. The position is open to both existing and new MPH students in any department.
There are openings for GA positions with the Nebraska state health department’s Epi Division. Most of the work will be COVID-19 related, but some other work may also be involved.
These positions will be based in Lincoln, and include compensation for some tuition and fees, in addition to wages. Students will work up to 20hrs/wk during semesters. See document below for full description and application information. Must be a COPH student, enrolled in a master’s or PhD degree program.
Nebraska Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (NGWEP) is hiring a half-time PhD level GA for our project!
NGWEP is a 5 year project funded by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The goal of this project is to collaborate with primary care providers and community based organizations to improve care for underserved, vulnerable older adults by creating “Age-friendly” health system. This is an interdisciplinary project involving College of Medicine, Public Health, Nebraska Medicine, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Indian Health Services, Alzheimer’s Association, and Eastern Nebraska Office of Aging.