If you're interested in employment at TJC, you must complete an application and return it to the Office of Human Resources (HR) with a copy of your class schedule for the semester you would like to work.
Human Resources does not assist in finding employment; students must inquire with departments across campus to secure a position. A list of departments that typically hire students is provided here: Student Employment Process
"Being a student assistant/work-study student can be a rewarding experience. You'll work on campus, preferably in the area of your major. You'll be working with quality people and learning a 'hands-on' education as well. It's great for references, friendships, and maturity. Plus, you get paid for it!" - A quote from a TJC Work-Study student.
What's in it for me?
- 18 hours of work a week
- Flexible work hours
- Excellent references
- Career experience
What is the difference between a Student Assistant job and a Work-Study job?
Any student may be hired as a Student Assistant provided they meet the basic qualifications. Some Student Assistants may qualify for Work Study. The primary difference involves the funding source for the position.
How do I apply?
- Apply for a Student Assistant/Work-Study position.
- To qualify for Work Study, you must apply for Federal Financial Aid
- View available Work-Study Opportunities
Who is Eligible to be a Work-Study student?
Work Study provides jobs to students who demonstrate the greatest financial need. A student must maintain at least six (6) credit hours and meet satisfactory academic progress standards. This program is only offered to students attending the regular fall/spring terms. The state work-study allocation of funds can only be awarded to Texas residents.