Boise State University VA Work-Study Opportunities
Veteran Services Center VA Work-Study Location:
Use the application and form below to apply to be a VA Work-Study at the Veteran Services Center located on the Boise State University Campus!
If you are interested in other locations besides the Veteran Services Center below the application fields you will find other opportunities, their contact information, and their application.
Dean of Students VA Work-Study Location:
If you would like to be a work-study at the Dean of Students’ location on the campus, you must apply directly with them. You can get an application from Lauren Oe at email@example.com or call (208) 426-1527.
Office of the Registrar VA Work-Study Location:
If you would like to be a work-study at the Office of the Registrars’ location on the campus, you must apply directly with them. You can get an application from Josh Wilkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 426-4191.
VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Work-Study at Boise State University
All Veterans with a 10% or higher service-connected disability rating are encouraged to apply for VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) benefits. VR&E benefits can often provide benefits beyond what the GI Bill provides. Typical benefits for a student attending a college or university include: tuition, fees, books, parking permit, supplies, computer, medical, dental, job placement, and other benefits that help the student veteran transition to a suitable civilian career.
To apply for VR&E benefits follow the instructions on the link below: VA Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment
Further questions can be directed to Sean Burlile in Veteran Services.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM and 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 12:00
Sean Burlile, Ph.D.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Other Job Opportunities
Boise State University Career Services – We are here to help you with your career planning needs, and we have a variety of in-person and online services available. Our in-person services include individual career counseling and job search advising appointments, career assessments, workshops, networking events, and on-campus recruiting opportunities. Our online services include BroncoJobs, virtual workshops, career information databases, and other online career planning tools. We can help you with just about anything related to planning for your career, including career and major exploration, creating a career preparation plan, searching for internships, searching for any type of job, networking strategies, personal branding, your online presence, LinkedIn, resumes, cover letters, and interviewing.
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The Department of Labor has a Daily Job List, which is a listing of the new jobs for the day from the Boise, Meridian, Canyon County, Payette, Emmett, McCall, and Mountain Home Labor offices. This listing is available at 4 p.m. each day from any of the offices. If you are interested in receiving this listing and other job information such as State Announcements, Federal Announcements, and many more by e-mail, let me know and I will add you to our email list. The occupational codes you have listed on your registration allow us to email you regarding jobs in these occupations, you can list up to six different occupational codes. The more codes listed, the more opportunities for getting called on job openings. You can access your registration online at http://www.labor.idaho.gov or http://www.idahoworks.gov. Our office does not guarantee placement into a job, nor does it research any positions listed. Please apply at your own risk.
If the need should arise, you may be asked to present a copy of your DD-214. If you do not have a copy of it, you can order a copy of your military records from the VA here: Veteran Affairs Request Military Records It will take 7 to 10 days to receive.