At GCA, students are given the opportunity to participate in an on- or off-campus work program. We believe that learning to work, being punctual, and faithfully performing assigned duties is as much a part of education as any other aspect of school life. Earnings from these positions are used to offset tuition costs
Below are the opportunities available:
||Outreach ministry for the elderly of our community, in association with Southern Adventist University.|
|Dormitory Workers||Duties range from receptionists and janitorial crew, to resident hall assistants.|
|Readers||Students work with teachers in grading, cleaning, and organizing offices.|
|Administrative||Work assignments range from bookkeeping in the Business Office, to serving as a receptionist at the front desk, to working with the Marketing and Development Office.|
|Cafeteria||Students perform various duties, including cooking to cleaning, to help provide great food service for our campus.|
|Grounds and Maintenance||Duties are labor oriented and include mowing lawns, weeding flower beds, raking leaves, fixing showers, and working on vehicles.|
|Computer Help Desk||Students help on a variety of computer-related issues and projects such as graphic design, streaming, internet servers and switches, and laptop repair. A resume and two non-family recommendations are required for a job with the Help Desk.|
Students help on a variety of computer-related issues and projects such as graphic arts, streaming, internet servers and switches, and laptop repair. A resume and two non-family recommendations are required for a job with the Help Desk.
- Estimated earnings range between $1600–$2000 for the school year.
- Every student who desires to work is given an employment opportunity.
Georgia-Cumberland Academy, in partnership with Southern Adventist University’s ASSIST grant program, has the opportunity to offer unique tuition assistance to our students. Through this service-oriented program, our participating students are paired with elderly adults in our community in a mutually-beneficial way.
Students in the ASSIST program provide help to senior citizens by performing light housecleaning and/or yard work. They also have fun with their elderly friends through activities such as visiting, reading, and playing games. As the young people build generational bridges, they also benefit from the wisdom and mentorship of the older adults. In the process, their time together helps finance the student’s Christian education.
Not only are these students developing skills needed to be successful—commitment, leadership, communication and interpersonal skills, empathy, and collaboration—they are also learning the value of service.
If you would like more information, please contact: Marty Sutton (706) 625-7139.