Work Study & Jobs on Campus

Work Study Federal Work Study (FWS) means JOBS on campus for students. It is a form of federal financial aid. To be eligible, you must:

  • have a complete FAFSA on file at MCC
  • have an unmet financial need
  • enroll in at least six (6) credit hours (may vary for summer FWS)

To determine your eligibility for this program, go to MCC Enrollment Services and get your "FWS eligibility slip." (Click here for Student Procedures to getting a Federal Work Study job.)  You can then apply for jobs on campus.  See below for details about the current available openings. The FWS job application process at MCC is very competitive. You are applying for a real job and, as such, you should dress and act like you are applying for a job.  You should be prepared to tell the supervisors what skills you possess and relate any past job history or pertinent experience.  There are many more eligible students looking for jobs in the work-study program than there are jobs available, so make sure you look and act as professional as possible.  Remember to bring an up-to-date resume to your interview, or submit it by email if directed.   If you need assistance with job search techniques, please meet with a Career Services Advisor.

Student FWS Forms for 2014-15:

Fall 2014 FWS Job Openings

Below are the Current Openings for Fall 2014 Semester:

Part-Time Office Assistant, Career Services -- Duties and qualifications include the following:  Greet visitors at the Front Desk, determine visitor's need, sign them in and refer them to appropriate advisor (or make appts. in Google calendar); assist visitors using the career lab; make copies; run campus errands; create fliers (in Word & Publisher); update job books and job boards.  Must have excellent customer service skills, good computer usage skills (in MS Office), like to help others, and a current driver's license is preferred (to become certified to drive the campus Utility Cart).  Also should be able to do light lifting of sandwich boards (and other office items/supplies).  Hours will be up to 19.5 hrs. per week, and between the hours of 8am to 7pm/M-Th and 8am-5pm on Fridays.  If interested, please contact Laurie Black at 480-461-7590, or  You may also visit the Career Center to complete an application at the Front Desk, and leave it for Laurie (in AD42/Rm. 18).  

Part-Time Computer Lab Assistant, Business & Information Systems -- Work in the computer lab to assist students with their assignments.  Candidates must have strong computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Access), and possess excellent customer service skills, be friendly and reliable.  Hours are based on student's schedule and availability Mon-Sat from 7am to 4pm. $8.25/hr. Please contact Connie DeRosa at 480-461-7097, or visit the Business office in BA #40 if you are interested in applying for this position.

Office Assistant, Center for Community & Civic Engagement -- Students must be able to work one of the following three shifts, and be able to attend a student/staff meeting every Friday from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.; available shifts include 7:45-11:30am, 11:15am-3:15pm and 3:00-7:00pm.  Job duties include customer service, assisting with events, typing, filing, making copies & more.  Applicants must be reliable and a team player.  Only positive-minded students need apply.  Please contact Vickie Gallegos at 480-461-7243, or visit their office in the lower level of the Kirk Student Center to apply.

Student Worker, Counseling -- Student must possess customer service skills, answer phones, schedule appointments, greet guests, assist students, faculty & staff, create fliers, utilize various MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), make copies, send faxes, conduct internet research, and be familiar with the student/college process.  Hours will be available between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please contact Karen Hardin at 480-461-7588 or visit their department on the second floor of the Library.

Recycling Collector, Occupational Health & Safety -- Student must provide FWS eligibility information on the application.  Job duties will include collecting campus recycling, cleaning bins, sorting materials, lifting and outdoor work, observing safety guidelines, and communicating effectively with employees.  Student should be reliable, demonstrate attention to detail, and must have a Valid AZ Driver's License.  Hours available are ONLY between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.; however, students must be available at least 3 or 4 hours in a row.  If you are interested, email Suzi Dodt at, or stop by NU122 to pick up an application hanging on the door.

Student Worker, English Department -- Students in this position will provide high quality customer service to prospective and current students, faculty, other department staff and the general public, both in person and on the phone.  They will use various online programs and locate data through file navigation, assist with photocopying, scan and fill out forms, prepare documents using various computer programs, and run campus errands.  Students must be proactive and motivated to learn. Must also be able to lift up to 30 lbs.  Previous customer service experience is preferred.  If you are interested, please contact Joy Bickham at 480-461-7679, or pick up an application in the English Dept. Front Desk in the LA3 Building.

Student Worker/Office Assistant, Office of Development -- Students in this position will answer phones, make calls, create files and file confidential documents.  Also prepare and print thank you letters, archive files, and other office duties as assigned.  Student must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite (with proven expertise in Excel).  Preference will be given to those with FileMaker Pro and/or other database software experience.  Student should also be detail-oriented and know how to prioritize.  If you are interested, please contact Tanya Smith at 480-461-7200, or pick up an application in AD42/Rm. 148.

Student Secretary, Life Science - Watch computer lab, help students with questions, get supplies for lab, answer phones, run errands, process mail. $8.33/hr. To apply, contact Sandra Coates, 480-461-7115, Building NU6, Room NU170.

Student Lab Assistant, Life Science, - Wash dishes, clean and stock lab rooms, prepare solutions and media, test emergency equipment, care for live collections and assist lab techs with lab prep. Must adhere to safety protoccols, be reliable, communicate effectively and demonstrate attention to detail. Science majors encouraged to apply! $9.00/hr. Hours are flexible. Please email your resume to Carrie Lipka at

Office Assistant, Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) - Perform a variety of internet research, use email, word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software. Maintain files and databases, audio and copy typing, letter writing, answer phones and email inquiries, data entry. Maintain CTL work areas. Provide support for events, ensure excellent service to all users. Other duties as assigned. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, be detail oriented, accurate, organized, flexible and ability to multitask. Be self-directed and work with minimal supervision. Knowledge of email, internet, spreadsheets, and presentation software. $8.25/hr. Hours are 8-12 or 12-4.  To apply, contact Cheryl Patton at 480-461-7366, Room AS160.

Connection Specialist, Enrollment Services at Red Mountain Campus -- FWS employee with Enrollment Services at RM Campus.  Assists in the triage, files documents, answers phones, creates ID cards, enters data and provides front counter coverage.   Hours arranged around class schedule. $8.44/hr. Please contact Gerri Subia Silva at 480-654-7810 or 654-7732. You may also pick up and complete an application in the Enrollment Services Department at the RM Campus in the Mesquite Bldg.

Assistant Science Lab Technician, Physical Science/Instructional Support at the Red Mountain Campus -- This position is for a Physical Science stockroom, half-time student lab assistant. Responsibilities include assisting lab techs with lab preparation, washing dishes, general cleaning, office maintenance and other duties as assigned. Hours will be dependent upon the student's availability, class schedule and the Physical Science stock room need. Students will be scheduled some time between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. If interested, please contact Claire Abbruscato at 480-654-7823 or go to the Palo Verde Building, Rm. P115D.

MCC Federal Work-Study Supervisors

Use the FWS Job Order Form to post your openings.  Complete the form and forward to Debby Smith in Career Services.  Please also remember to let us know when you have filled an opening, so we can keep our records current.

Supervisor Forms and Hiring Procedures for 2014-15:

Other Jobs on Campus

If you are a student who does not qualify for Federal Work-Study and looking for an on-campus job, stop by Career Services.  There may be some non-work-study (department budget) student employment positions.  Come in and see what we have posted. Also, there are lots of employers close to campus who advertise job openings. Check out our Maricopa Career Network  job board.

If you are not a MCC student, but interested in working on campus, please visit the MCCCD Human Resources web site for current openings.  Go to

Or, see the MCC Human Resources website for temporary job openings for non-students.