Student Employment

Being employed during the academic year is a great way to earn extra money, build a professional network, and gain valuable job experience that can transfer into your desired career goals. Explore your options and decide what's right for you.

How to Apply

Step 1: Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA

Students applying for a Student Worker position are also required to complete a FAFSA application file, which include completing and turning in all required Financial Aid forms for FAFSA file. This application can be found at

Step 2: Complete the Student Worker Application

Student workers assist campus departments with a variety of needs including but not limited to clerical assistants, data entry operators, photography technicians, and more. The Student Worker Application is not specific to one position but rather assists the Career and Guidance office in finding options that best fit you.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher
  • Be enrolled in at least six (6) semester credit hours of coursework in the Spring or Fall semesters and three (3) semester credit hours of coursework in the summer semester I and summer semester II at the time of employment
  • Have completed a FAFSA file for the current academic year, unless the student is a dual credit student
  • Have completed and turned in all required Financial Aid forms
  • Must be at least 16 years of age

Step 3: Career and Guidance Center Review

Career and Guidance staff will review your application to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications for a student worker position.

Be sure to regularly check your email for updates on your application.

Step 4: You will be contacted by the employer should they be interested in interviewing you.

For additional information or questions about this position, students may contact the Career Center personnel at

Contact Us

LaTanya Graham, MBA
Career and Academic Advisor
BC Central, E 119

Trina Umadhay, J.D
Senior AOA - Placement

Arnold Ramirez
Director, Counseling and Testing