On-Campus Jobs

Human Resources uses an online applicant tracking system. If you are interested in working on campus  you will need to complete the online non-exempt application. Once you have completed this application you will need to apply for the position "Student On Campus Summer 2011 Employment." This is a generic position that will identify you as a student looking for employment. When you apply for this position, there will be a required question, "Please list all departments that you would be willing to work in plus list all open positions for which you want to apply." All departments with open positions will be listed in the beginning of the position announcement under Position Specifications. Please enter all positions you are interested in. This will help us to get your application reviewed by the appropriate supervisor. Please use the link below to go to the CWC Employment site.

For employment each semester, you will need to apply to the positions called "On Campus Student Summer Employment," "On Campus Fall Student Employment" or "On Campus Spring Student Employment" respectively depending on when you are looking for employment.

  CWC employment site for more information.

To qualify for on campus student employment during the fall and spring semesters you must be taking 6 credits or more. To qualify for  on campus summer employment you must have taken at least 6 credits in the spring semester or be taking one or more credits during the summer or be registered for at least six credits for the upcoming fall semester. 

Each semester there are numerous jobs available to students on campus. Jobs are usually available in almost every area of the campus and every effort will be made to place you in your area of interest or where your skills will be best utilized.

 All students will receive $7.75 per hour for their first 450 hours worked. After working 450 hours in the same department, students will receive $8.25 per hour.

Many students may be eligible for Federal Work Study. This is determined by the Financial Aid Office and the money allocated to you will be used to pay your salary.

Some departments also have institutional funds available for student employment.

Please contact Lance Goede, counselor, for all off-campus employment information.

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