Students who have been awarded work-study as part of their financial aid offer may apply for a work-study position. Work-study jobs for the 2015-2016 school year can be found below.
Before looking for a job, be sure to check out our information page where you will find answers to may frequently asked questions and gain an understanding of how the work-study program works.
Review the jobs and job descriptions below by clicking on the positions title. When you find a job you are interested in, submit your resume and introductory letter (or cover letter) to the contact person. If you click on the name of the contact person, it should bring up their email address. If hired, there will be additional paperwork to complete- but that will come later.
|Department||Position Title||Number of Positions Available||Contact Person|
|Student Engagement & Academic Success||Tutor - Literacy or Math||2||JoEllen Myslik|
|Office of Admissions||Tour Guide||CLOSED||Cecilia Santos|
|Registrar||General Office Assistant||CLOSED||Peg Solveson|
|Student Health Services||Peer Health Educator||CLOSED|
|Career Services||Office Assistant||CLOSED||James Dalske|
|University Advancement||Student Assistant||1||Sharon Culpepper|
|Mechanical Engineering||Mechanical Engineering Student Assistant||CLOSED||Jim Gutierrez|
|Police Services||Police Services Office Assistant||2||Vanessa Cofresi|
|Facilities||Office Assistant||1||Lisa Fowler|
|Office of the Commandant||Office Assistant||1||Paul Jackson|
|Office of Financial Aid||Office Assistant||CLOSED||Veronica Peralta|
|Contract Services & Procurement||Office Assistant||CLOSED||Lorrie Dineen-Thackeray|
|Student Health Services||Lead Peer Health Educator||1||Angeli Acosta|
Once you've been hired, you will need to complete the information found in the Student Employment Packet.
If you have never worked on campus before, your new hire packet can be found HERE.
If you have worked on campus in the past, even if it was not as a work-study student, you need to complete the form found HERE.