Edison State Community College's work study program allows students to work on campus while going to school. By working at Edison, supervisors work to fit the students' work schedules in around their classes. These positions also allow students to become more involved in campus life and be able to reduce some college expenses. College work study employees are able to work up to 20 hours per week and will be paid at the current minimum wage.
Positions may be available in different areas throughout the college. Feel free to contact the Office of Human Resources for more information on available positions.
There are two college work study programs at Edison Community College:
1. The Federal Work-Study Program allows students' hourly wages to be paid from federal funds. We typically have more funding available under the federal program which allows allows for more Student Worker positions; however not applicants are eligible under the Federal Student Worker Program.
2. The Non-Federal Work-Study Program allows students' hourly wages to be paid from the departmental budget where the student works. Position availability may be limited.
In order for the Office of Financial Aid to determine eligibility, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the verification process (if selected), and any other steps necessary to determine eligibility for federal student aid.