Like most college students, you may need a campus student job to make ends meet. Lucky for you, Snow College offers more than 600 student jobs from library assistants, office workers, activity center assistants, event crew, custodial, and grounds to teaching assistants, graders, peer mentors, tutors, and much more!
Most student jobs are limited to 10 hours per week and students may not work more than 2 campus jobs total. To apply, you must be a “Qualified Student” which means you are registered for 6 or more credits at Snow College. For example, high school students taking concurrent enrollment classes and those doing local extension classes at other universities may not apply for Snow College student jobs. Only Snow College students may work in student campus jobs.
Student employees recently awarded Snow College supervisors a B+ for providing a quality workplace in a Spring 2018 survey. Campus Supervisors strive to provide student employees with a work environment that allows them to provide service to the campus community and gain skills in the workplace or in their program of study. Follow the link below to view complete survey results:
Jobs are added and removed daily, if you don't see something of interest check back. Registered students have a job seeker account waiting for them at snow.joinhandshake.com - just login with your firstname.lastname username and password to view and apply for jobs.
The following are a list of job definitions available at the Snow College campus:
Work Study is a federally-funded work program that you must apply for as part of your annual federal financial aid application (FAFSA.gov). You may only apply for Work Study jobs if Snow College Financial Aid approves your Work Study status as part of your student financial aid award package.
To apply for a work-to-learn position you are required to be working toward an academic degree in a related or similar field.
Hourly positions are open to any qualified student. More positions may become available after school begins. Check back often.
Please bring two original forms of ID (see the USCIS website for the list of acceptable documents) with you to school to complete your I9 form before beginning work on your first day of employment. You cannot legally begin working at Snow College until you have completed your I9 and submitted it to the Human Resources Office in the Noyes Building.
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