Federal Work Study
Federal Work Study / Student Wage (FWS) positions usually become available at the end of the Spring semester or prior to the beginning of Fall semester. Visit this site frequently for current openings. Unless otherwise indicated there is one position per department.
Federal Work Study is a federally funded Title IV program. The purpose of the program is to help students, with a demonstrated financial need, contribute financially towards their college education, and to assist the College in performing duties that do not require full-time employees. These specific duties are to directly contribute to the operation of the College as a whole.
Federal guidelines also require the College to provide community service jobs through Coconino Community College. Community Service jobs supported by the College are required to primarily benefit the community as opposed to the school. According to the US Department of Education Handbook on Student Financial Aid, "On-Campus jobs can meet the definition of community services provided that the services are open and accessible to the community."
Students who desire to work on-campus as a Federal Work Study student may complete an application for employment on-line. All employment is subject to a student's financial aid eligibility, availability of positions and available funding. Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress for the duration of their employment.
To view employment opportunities that are both on-campus and off-campus, but that are not Federal Work Study positions. You will need to register for this free service that takes you to the online job board where over 125 companies post their job openings.
FWS/SW Openings - Flagstaff Campuses:
- Financial Aid Office - July 1st start date
FWS/SW Openings - Page/Lake Powell Instructional Site:
- No open positions at this time
FWS Off Campus Community Service Positions:
Students interested in the positions listed below must complete a Federal Work Study Application through the Financial Aid Office. Eligible student applications are forwarded to the on-site supervisor for review. The on-site supervisor will contact the student for an interview.