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.
ONLY students who already have a Spring 2015 Federal Work Study award are eligible to apply for these jobs. Even if you previously received your eligibility slip; if you have not been awarded (in your Student Center), it is now too late to receive a Spring award to work on campus.
Click on each job for more details
Must have experience with Excel spreadsheets, familiar with MS applications, experience with recruitment or sales (a plus), commitment to service excellence, outstanding communication skills (both written & verbal), energetic and self-motivated. Bilingual students are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in working in a fast paced team environment, you need to join our team today! To apply, please contact Andre Henderson or Greg Reents at 480-461-6292. You can also visit their office at the Downtown Center, at 165 N. Centennial Way, Suite 109 in Mesa. Work hours are M-F between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. (we will work around your class schedule!). The pay rate is $8.50/hr.
Collect campus recycling, clean bins, sort materials, lifting and outdoor work, observe safety guidelines, communicate effectively with employees, must be reliable and show attention to detail. Must have valid AZ Driver's License. To apply, please contact Suzi Dodt at email@example.com, and applications are hanging on the door of NU122. Work hours will be flexible on weekdays, but only between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., and you must be available for at least a minimum of 3-4 hrs. in a row. The pay rate is $8.15/hr up to 20 hrs. per week.
Answer phones, assist with walk-in clients, which consist of students, faculty and community members. Experience with Word, Excel & Publisher is preferred. Hours are Tuesdays 7:45 to 11:45 am, Wednesdays 11:30am to 2:30pm, Thursdays 7:45am to 2:15pm & attend staff meetings on Fridays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. To apply, contact Vickie Gallegos at 480-461-7393, or visit their office in the KSC/Lower Level. The pay rate is $8.50 per hour.
Duties include answering phones, assisting walk-in clients, filing and performing additional duties as assigned. Excellent Customer Service skills and experience with MS Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) is preferred. To apply, contact Jennifer Wood at 480-654-7247, or visit their office in PV 223. The pay rate is $8.50 per hour.
Nursery and urban farm assistance. Planting, weeding, watering, harvesting, helping with farmer's market. Must be able to work outdoors in all weather conditions. Must be a team player and love gardening. $8.75-$9.00/hour. Hours between 7am and 5pm. To apply, contact Peter Condon, 480-461-7125, Room TC-422.
Greet students, answer phones, run errands, sort mail, file documents, computer work (word processing, databases, etc.) and other jobs as they arise. Will also provide support for the Social Science and Honors departments as needed. $8.15/hour. Hours are any between 8am-3:30pm Monday-Friday. To apply, contact Mary Schwenck, 480-461-7348, Cultural Science Office, Building SC-14.
Provide campus tours; sandwich boards and bulletin boards; campus events/activities; identify resources for students; serve under-resourced, under-prepared, disengaged and diverse populations; assist with recruitment activities; peer-mentor students; speak at NSOs; etc. Must serve at least one term and remain in good academic standing. GPA must be at least 2.50. $8.15/hour. All hours open 7:45am-6pm. To apply, contact Trinity Ann Blackwell, 480-461-7285, KCS Building 35.
Tutor MCC students singly or in small groups in one of the following subjects: Calculus II, Physics I, Chemistry II, as well as their prerequisites. Greet visitors and students; assess and responds with action or referral. Direct students: safety issues, recordkeeping issue and more per LEC policy. Must have knowledge of course content of relevant subject areas, minimum of 30.0 GPA overall, minimum of 3.5 GPA in relevant subject area, good verbal and written communication skills. $9.57/hour. Hours btwn 9am-7pm M-Th and 12pm-1pm Fri, up to 19.5 hours/week. To apply, contact Ben Catlin, 480-461-7866, Room LB171.
Provide front line customer service for the Math/CSC dept. General office work; filing, sorting mail, running errands, taking messages, will interact with faculty, staff, administrators, students and general public. Basic office and computer skills needed. $8.00-$9.36/hour. Hours flexible between 7am-8pm Mon-Thurs. To apply, contact Marisol Chavez, 480-461-7076, MC building #5.
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://hr.maricopa.edu/jobs.
Or, see the MCC Human Resources website for temporary job openings for non-students.
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