Friday – November 17, 2017
Upcoming open sessions for accepting student worker enrollment forms and packets:
- Monday, October 30th to Friday, November 3rd: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily
- Monday, November 13th to Friday, November 17th: 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily
What is Federal Work-Study?
When completing your financial aid, make sure to select work-study.
- You will know whether you have been awarded Federal Work-Study when you receive your financial aid award letter.
- If your award letter does not include Federal Work Study and you are interested in the program, please contact the MATC Financial Aid Office at 414-297-6282 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
- As long as you are enrolled in a minimum of six credits and qualify, you would be awarded work study funds IF you were to obtain a work study job.
See available Work Study job postings by clicking the link above in the orange box. Once you review the job postings and find a one that you would like to apply to, contact the supervisor via their preferred method of contact for an interview. If hired, your supervisor will provide you with more information.
Step 4 ORIENTATIONS
All student workers must watch a 16 minute new hire orientation video before starting work as a student worker. The orientation will cover procedures for submitting time records, work site expectations, college policies regarding student workers, and other related student worker information.
After finishing the video, you'll need to pass a ten question quiz with a 80% or higher. You can take the quiz multiple times if needed.
Orientation quiz (You will need to log in using your MATC log in and password)
Work location options:
ON CAMPUS Employment: Opportunities for employment on campus include positions in counseling areas, bookstore, Admissions, Registration, Financial Aid, math/science area, computer science area, student activities and the gym. Job duties may include peer tutoring, clerical work and data entry.
OFF CAMPUS Employment: Consider using your work-study dollars towards an internship 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 the InternConnect Office to learn more about these opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-297-6967.
A very limited number of work-study positions may be available that are paid by the college for students not eligible for the Federal Work-Study program. These positions are listed on the same site as the work-study jobs but will have the word "Budgeted" in the title.