Federal College Work-Study
Jobs are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need on the FAFSA and who meet the March 15th priority filing deadline. A student can earn up to $4,800 per school year by working on campus or with an off-campus community service agency. An on-campus job might include work as an office clerk, library assistant, lab assistant, data entry clerk, or business office assistant. If you wish to apply after the March 15th deadline, you may submit a Student Employment Application in addition to the FAFSA.
JSCC Campus Regular Work
This program offers jobs to students that do not qualify for need-based Federal Work-Study funds. Limited positions are available. Students may be selected by faculty members to be tutors or lab assistants. Student Office Clerk positions are also available through the JSCC Campus Regular Work program. If you are interested, you must complete the FAFSA in order to apply for this program. If you wish to apply after the March 15th deadline, you may submit a Student Employment Application in addition to the FAFSA.
Job Placement for Students
Visit Placement Services for more information.