Student Employment Opportunities
At CCBC, we want students to have an educational experience that provides an efficient, effective, and integrated classroom/work experience. Whether you have years of work experience or are just starting to build workplace skills, working at CCBC can provide you extra income, help you build connections with members of the CCBC community, allow you to work around your class schedule, and help you gain work skills related to a college environment!
One type of on-campus employment is Work Study. To see if you are eligible for the Work Study Program, follow these steps:
1. Complete a FAFSA.
2. Download and complete a Work Study Application.
3. Return the application to the Financial Aid Office.
4. The Financial Aid Office will determine your eligibility and provide you with an award letter.
5. Go to the bottom of this page for a list of departmental openings.
6. Chose the department to which you want to apply and follow the application procedures described in the job description.
7. The supervisor will contact you directly for an interview.
8. Prior to your interview, stop in the Financial Aid office for your Work Study Hire Form and Checklist.
9. If you are hired then you will need to complete an orientation with Career Services.
10. If hired, you must also provide Human Resources with two forms of ID and complete all forms required prior to your first day of work.
See www.ccbc.edu/typesofaid for more information on the work study program.
List of available Work Study positions on campus:
Work Study - PT - Student Activities - CCBC - 1-2-18.pdf
You can also apply to be a student worker on campus when departments have positions open and available!!
Check this page often for listings of open postiions, click on the links once they are posted for instructions on how to apply!
List of student worker positions on campus:
Please contact the financial aid office at 724-480-3501 with question regarding your eligibility.
The Community College of Beaver County is an EEO employer and does not discriminate in its programs, activities, or employment on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability, veteran's status, age or national origin.