Contact the Student Employment Office if you have questions about on-campus employment. If you have any questions about resumes, internships, or off-campus employment opportunities, contact the Career Center.
Monday–Friday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Career Center, Shaw 101
About Student Employment
Student employment provides an opportunity to get connected on campus and work with faculty, staff, and other students while earning a paycheck and gaining useful experience for building a resume. Westminster employs hundreds of students each year to work in a variety of offices and departments. The Student Employment Handbook explains how the program works and outlines employment policies and procedures.
invested in 500+ on-campus student employment opportunities in 2020–21 (including Federal Work Study)
Federal Work-Study Program
Federal Work-Study is a federally funded program that provides job opportunities for students to get valuable work experience while earning money to help pay for college. If you would like to be considered for the program, make sure you select “Yes” when asked if you’re interested while filling out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students eligible for Federal Work-Study will be given priority for campus job openings.
Search for On-Campus Jobs
Submit an Application
- Get resume help from the Career Center.
- Submit your application through the Student Job Board.
- Get help practicing your interview skills with the Career Center.
- If a supervisor is interested in your application, they will call or email you to schedule an interview.
Got the Job?
- If you and your schedule are a good fit, the supervisor will offer you the job.
- Once you have accepted the position, there are several steps required of both you and your supervisor to make it official.
Complete New Hire Paperwork
- Fill out and submit the required new hire paperwork to the Career Center (Shaw 101)
during business hours.
- Required new hire paperwork includes: I-9 form, W-4 form, Direct Deposit Form
- You must show an acceptable ID to complete your I-9 form submission (original documentation is required, no photocopies will be accepted). Your paperwork will not be accepted without the proper, original identification.
- Students hired into positions with significant contact with minors will also be required to pass a background check. Your supervisor will let you know if this pertains to your new job.
Complete the FWS Authorization Form and Meet with Financial Aid
- Fill out and submit the Federal Work-Study Authorization Form (required of each student employee annually).
- Drop in or schedule a time to review your submission with a financial aid counselor.
IMPORTANT: If you secure a paid on-campus internship, understand that this position is considered student employment. Student employees may work multiple positions on campus. The total number of hours worked between all positions, including their on-campus internship, may not exceed a total of 20 hours per week while classes are in session (including finals week) during fall and spring semesters. Students are responsible for working with their supervisor to keep total hours at no more than 20 per week. Paid on-campus internships can be found through PeopleAdmin.
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