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Em ploy m ent service to operate secon d session
From Staff Reports
A service to help UNC students find part
time jobs both on and off campus will begin
operating about July 12, Student Body Presi
dent Mike Vandenbergh said this week.
The Student Employment Service will co
ordinate local job openings with students'
job requests, Vandenbergh said. Local busi
lesses may list job openings with the service
and employment service volunteers will con
tact student applicants to tell them about
the openings. "The rest is up to the student,"
Phil Armstrong, director of the employ
ment service for the summer, said he had
asked the Chapel HillCarrboro Chamber of
Commerce to encourage local businesses to
list job openings with the service.
Not all students will be eligible to apply
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for jobs through the Student Employment
Service. Students on financial aid, for exam
ple, could lose some of their grant money
were they to get a job.
The ineligibility is "really true of any kind
of employment," said Mary Garren, assistant
director for unemployment at UNCs Finan
cial Aid Office. "We have awarded them
(money), then if they come up and get a job
after the fact they may have to repay part
of their grant. " ; ;
Vandenbergh said the financial aid office
would be sent a copy of every application
for employment and would check to see if
the student applying was eligible to get a job
without losing financial aid funds.
Although the Student Employment Ser
vice will be staffed entirely by volunteers, it
will present, a substantial cost to Student
Government, Vandenbergh said. Most of the
costs will be brought on by setting up the of
fice and printing up applications and bro
chures, he said.
Vandenbergh said he planned to spend
about a third of his $2,200 Executive Budget
on the employment service. He may ask the
Campus Governing Council to fund the ser
vice this fall, he added.
The Student Employment Service will be
located in Suite B of the Carolina Union and
will operate from 1-4 p.m. Monday through
Thursday during summer school.
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