Student Employment

Student Employment

Our student employment team can help with: 

  • On-campus student employment
  • Off-campus student employment
  • Work Study
  • Current Student Employee Resources


On-campus student employment

Looking for a job? You should consider working as a student employee. Becoming a student employee right here at MATC offers many advantages, like:

  • Working around your class schedule.
  • A better balance between school and work.
  • Opportunities available at all four campuses.
  • Great mentoring and references for the future.
  • Work that is fun and rewarding!

All it takes to be eligible to be a MATC student employee is to be enrolled for six or more credits. To learn more about becoming a student employee, watch the short video below, and then if you’re interested in applying, select here!

A list of current available student employment opportunities can be found here:

Off-campus student employment

Consider using your work study award towards an internship or off campus experience. MATC can partner with nonprofit organizations including hospitals, community centers, schools, and government offices to arrange off campus placements. You must complete 1 full semester of on campus employment before you are eligible for off campus employment.

Contact Jim at or 414-297-6244 for more information.

Work Study

A Federal Work-Study (FWS) award can be a part of your Financial Aid Offer letter and is a part of MATC’s student employment program. If you have been awarded work study funds and are interested in earning the funds, please fill out our application to be considered for placement through student employment. 

If you accept an offer of employment through the student employment program and are eligible for work study, you will be awarded the funds. 

You have questions about your work study award, please contact the financial aid office at

Current Student Employee Resources

2020-2021 Student Payroll schedule

How to complete your time card

Video: How to find your time card

Video: How to complete your time card