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Student Employment

Supporting Student Employment at ϲʹ

Student employees are a necessary and important resource to ϲʹ. Student employment is also an important factor in an individual’s growth.

The Student Employment Office provides human resources services to all current and prospective student employees. We develop and recruit for on campus employment opportunities and assist students with job searches by referring them to applicable positions relative to their interest.

We also provide support for all supervisors through referral of student applicants, job postings, training seminars, day-to-say employment issues, policy/procedure clarity, and literature.

Current students and ϲʹ employees may (ϲʹ login credentials required).

Types of Student Employment at ϲʹ

Students jobs are categorized in one of these two program types:

Work Study (federally funded): Work study students are paid from federal funds awarded by the Financial Aid Office. Please remember that this award is a set amount and employment is during the academic year only (while funds are available). Work study student employees are not eligible to work during winter, spring, and summer break. If a department wishes to hire a work study student during a break, they need to hire the student as a non-work study student employee.

Non-Work Study (university funded): Non-work study students are paid from the hiring department's budget. Availability of funds can be verified by contacting your budget administrator within your department or division. Please note that all summer employment jobs are non work study

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Handshake

Handshake is ϲʹ’s job and internship database offering connections with organizations regionally and nationally.

You can find part-time, full-time/non-degree, summer, temporary roles, full-time, degree required jobs as well as internships all in one location. All students already have an account created for them with your full ϲʹ email as your username and the corresponding password.