Looking for a way to help pay tuition? Need something to help cover your portion of the monthly rent? No matter your needs, there are job opportunities that suit any experience level available right here on campus.

    Benefits of Working on Campus

    • Make connections on-campus.
    • Be a part of a team that makes a difference.
    • Convenient way to balance work and studies.
    • Great way to earn money for entry-level work.

    Job Types

    There are two types of on-campus work opportunities available to students: Student Help and Work Study.

    Student Help Positions

    • Student Help jobs are on-campus positions funded and supported through individual departments. Examples of student employment include working as a tutor, front desk staff, custodial worker, or food service assistant.
    • International students may apply for on-campus “student help” positions.

    Work Study 

    • The Federal Work Study program provides jobs for students with financial need. The amount of Federal Work Study awarded depends on financial need as determined by the FAFSA, the amount of other financial aid awarded, and the availability of funds at Madison College.
    • International students and other non-residents are not eligible for Work Study jobs.

    Search for a Campus Job 

    For Student Help and Federal Work Study positions, students must be enrolled in 6 degree-based credits and are limited to working 20 hours per week during the academic year.  

    To search and apply for on- and off-campus student jobs: 

    1. Access our job posting platform Handshake. Log into Handshake using your @madisoncollege.edu email address.   
    2. Create your account and upload your resume. 
    3. Search any of the job categories with “Madison College: Student Job” in the title. 
    4. Click on positions that interest you to learn more about the requirements. 
    5. Apply directly through the Handshake platform. 

    Get started on your job hunt

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    Put your best foot forward

    We encourage you to write a cover letter and include it with your job application. If you need cover letter-writing assistance, please visit the Career and Employment Services.