Employment Opportunities: Student Jobs
On-Campus Jobs are open to any WNC student currently enrolled in at least six credits. Students who have been awarded Work Study as part of their financial aid have priority for all on-campus positions.
What is Work Study? Work Study is a need-based financial aid employment program. If you demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Assistance Office, you may receive Work Study as part of your financial assistance award package. If you have not been awarded Work Study you can ask to be added to the waiting list in the Financial Assistance Office.
I have work study - how to I find a job? Please visit the jobs listed here on the On Campus Job Board. Contact the department or person listed to schedule an interview. Details on how to apply are included in each job posting.
|8/14/16||TEACHER'S AIDE||Child Development Center|
|5/17/16||Veterans Resource Center Program Specialist (Student Worker)||Student Services|
|5/10/16||Typewell Trainee||Disability Support Services|
|12/27/15||WORK STUDY - HUMAN RESOURCES||Human Resources|
|12/16/15||Teaching Assistant - Jump Start||Counseling Services|
|12/1/15||ASWN Representatives||Student Activities|
|12/1/15||ASWN Senators||Student Activities|
|12/15/15||WORK STUDY - Office Worker||Fallon Campus/Rural Development|
|12/14/15||Jumpstart Peer Mentor/Teacher's Assistant||Counseling Services|
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