On-Campus Student Employment
Work study is a Federal funded program that provides eligible students an opportunity to earn money while gaining valuable work experience. Many work study positions provide students the flexibility of working up to 20 hours per week while managing the responsibilities of being a student.
Students typically work on campus or at local not-for-profit organizations.
You must apply (and be determined eligible) for financial aid to receive college work study. Funding is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Steps to Qualify for Work-study
- Complete an on-line FAFSA application at www.fafsa.gov
- Submit parents income information and your information if under 24 years of age
- If you are over 24 years of age you can apply based on your tax information
See Your Career Service Coordinator Regarding:
- Information on available work-study opportunities and additional on-campus positions (i.e. peer tutoring, student ambassadors, etc.)
- Registering with CCN for Part-time , Full-time employment
- Resume, Cover letter, Mock Interviewing assistance
Contact your local EICC Career Services Coordinator below and set-up an appointment.