Tips, Tricks, and Resources to Student Employment Opportunities
Types of Student Employment
- Federal Work Study – Federal work study funds are awarded through the financial aid office. Student must apply for and obtain a position on campus to receive this federal aid.
- State Work Study – State work study funds are awarded through the financial aid office. Students must apply for and obtain an eligible position related to their educational pathway/program. These programs may be on or off campus.
- Student Help – Students of Walla Walla Community College are eligible for non-work study positions in the area, both on and off campus.
What Job Openings Are There?
All campus jobs are listed at our College Central website. Here you can find jobs on and off campus, create a resume, get tips and tricks for job preparation, applying, and interviewing. Go to http://www.collegecentral.com/wallawalla , create a registration, and get started! Please note, our staff will need 24 business hours to approve your registration to the College Central website.
How do I apply?
For on campus jobs, please fill out the student employment application and turn it in to the Career and Employment Services Center.
WorkSource is a convenient place for people to access a variety of services designed to help them achieve their employment goals. Please visit: www.worksourcewa.com or contact: 509.524.5230.
Blue Mountain Action Council
BMAC, one of a number of Community Action Programs in Washington State, is a private, nonprofit, multipurpose agency, serving residents in Southeastern Washington. For information on Adult Job Training, click here. For Youth Job Training, click here. Or contact: 509.529.4980.