Working on campus is a great option for students because Spokane Community College's supervisors can provide more flexibility with work schedules.
Transportation and travel time are seldom a problem.
Spokane Community College employs student workers in various types of jobs. Students work in our food service, library, security office, computer
labs, fitness center, individual faculty offices and a variety of departments and offices across campus.
Spokane Community College is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution and does not discriminate in its programs, services and
activities on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, age, veteran status or any other non-merit factor.
Students may become employees of off campus employers who contract with Spokane Community College. Placement is generally based on program benefits
to the students and employer needs. Priority is given to students seeking high skill level positions that relate to their major course of study.
Because funds are limited for each type of work study, we are not able to fully meet the needs of all students. In consideration for the student,
employer and institution the above priorities have been established to provide the fairest overall service.
Community Service Jobs
Spokane Community College encourages students who are eligible for work study to seek jobs that perform a community service. The Student
Employment Office has jobs available with community service and literacy agencies for students interested in placement in those jobs.
Examples of community service placements include providing services or activities in the fields of: health care, literary training, education
(including tutoring) welfare, social services, transportation, housing, public safety, crime prevention and control, recreation, rural development
and community improvement.