The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program is a need-based financial aid program. It provides funds that students earn through part-time employment to help pay the costs of their educational expenses.
Although a FWS award will appear on your award letter, funds must be earned. Funds earned are paid directly to you, monthly, and are not credited to your student account.
Click on the links to the right to learn more about work-study.
Other Work Opportunities
Mountain View College also provides a limited number of on-campus, part-time employment opportunities for students who do not demonstrate financial need. Your college
Career Center often has information on available job openings for students off-campus.
Are you interested in going to school and working on campus? If so, the MVC Federal Work-study (FWS) program could be right for you. Work study has a lot to offer. Complete the application process, and you could find a job at the college that will give you work experience, connections with college staff, and it could mean fewer student loans to repay later.
Here's how to get things started.
Once we have your application, we'll send it to the Career Development Center if you're eligible. They will contact you for an interview, and then forward your information to interested divisions and departments across campus.
When you turn in an application, you'll want to have an edge over the other students. Here are a few of our recommendations.
Curious where you might end up working? Here are some of the places on campus that may be hiring.
Job Description Summary/Essential Duties:Performs routine clerical duties; completes forms; provides information and instructions and gives hand-outs. Sorts and files records and reports. Answers telephone, conveys messages and runs errands. Sorts and distributes mail. Assists with mailings by addressing and stuffing envelopes. Makes copies and send facsimile. May performs other duties as required within the scope of the clerical position.
Physical Demands: Most incumbents work with light, easy to handle materials.
Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from high school or equivalent. Completion of Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA) and ability to meet all eligibility requirements determined by FAFSA and institutional Financial Aid policy. No experience required. Some positions require typing. Oral communications skills to support interaction with varying levels of DCCCD staff, students and the general public. *Subject to a criminal background check prior to employment with the District.*