Federal Work Study (FWS) means JOBS on campus for students. It is a form of federal financial aid. To be eligible, you must:
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.
At this time, Financial Aid is out of Federal Work-Study funds for the Fall semester. Please check back in January for Spring 2015 openings.
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 https://www.maricopa.edu/hrweb/.
Or, see the MCC Human Resources website for temporary job openings for non-students.
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