Work between classes to gain experience with work-study
Work-study is a great opportunity to gain relevant skills to put on a resume and earn income between your classes. Our work-study students fill important roles in labs, financial aid, and the library. Since you are working on campus, we will work to make sure your classes and work schedule do not conflict. Employers look at work experience almost as much as education, and you will enter the workforce with office or technical experience.
Departments looking for work-study students include:
- Computer Support Services
- Division of Arts & Sciences
- Institutional Advancement (marketing & social media)
- Career and College Readiness (High School Equivalency and ESL)
- Science (labs)
- Financial Aid
- Continuing Education (intake/registration)
- Division of Business, Technology & Public Services
- Mechanical Engineering
- Off-campus tutoring
Work-study is a great way to fill gaps in your financial aid for the fall. As you plan your fall and spring semesters, stop by the financial aid office to learn more about work-study.