Listings of on-campus, off-campus and tutoring opportunities for students of Western Nevada College.
Each on-campus job posting explains who to contact to schedule an interview. Once you have been offered a position, obtain a Student Employment Hiring Packet from the Financial Assistance Office. You will need to bring your completed packet back to the Financial Aid Office with required ID (listed in the packet) and meet with the Student Employment Coordinator.
For off-campus positions, apply directly with the employer or contact person shown on the job listing.
Work Study Programs provide funding for part-time jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. These programs encourage work related to the student's course of study. Most students will work 10-15 hours per week with the maximum being 20 hours. Students can earn the amount listed on their award letter.
WNC is guided by the principle that there shall be no difference in the treatment of persons because of race; color; national origin; religion; age; gender, including a pregnancy-related condition; gender identity or expression; sexual-orientation; protected veterans status; disability; or genetics; and that equal opportunity and access to facilities shall be available to all. Similarly, there shall be no difference in the treatment of persons who file charges of discrimination, participate in a discrimination proceeding, or otherwise oppose discrimination. It is our policy to comply fully with the non-discrimination provision of all state and federal regulations with regard to recruitment, admission, financial aid, activities, hiring, promotions, training, terminations, benefits