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Work Study Job Listings

Search, browse and apply for student employment opportunities on and off campus available through MDC's Financial Aid Student Work Programs.

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International Students

International Students (students on an F1 Visa) interested in working on campus should contact their campus International Students Office for specific instructions and information on pertinent requirements.

Programs and Position Types

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Federal Work Study Programs

On-campus positions to assist departments with clerical work and other duties as assigned.

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Federal Community Service

On- and off-campus positions designed to benefit the community. This program includes jobs tutoring elementary school children with their reading skills in the Miami-Dade County Public School system (America Reads Program), as well as other job opportunities that are in the public interest (Community Service Work-Study).

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Florida Work Experience Program (FWEP)

On- and off-campus positions which complement and reinforce the students' educational and career goals. Off-campus positions available with a host of participating employers in the community.

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Institutional Work Study

On-campus positions available to assist departments with clerical and other duties as assigned. Positions are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Eligibility Requirements

Completion of a FAFSA is a pre-requisite to any Student Work Program. This will allow your Financial Aid Office to assess your eligibility with the exception of F1-Visa students.

Student Assistant Orientation Workshop

The Student Assistant Orientation Workshop sharpens student employees' abilities, develops their professionalism, and boosts their productivity. With an emphasis on listening and learning, this program covers a variety of topics, such as:

  • Customer service
  • Time management
  • Phone skills
  • Work habits and attitudes

Upon successful completion, students will become confident team players that understand the connection between campus work and their future careers.

Other Requirements

  • Your financial aid must be in processed status. Make sure you have submitted all your documents.
  • A minimum of 6 credit course enrollment (30 College prep limit rule applies). Once hired, you must maintain this credit minimum throughout the term and every term while in the work program.(except F-1 Visa students who must always be enrolled full time).
  • Must meet and maintain the Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress to continue participating in the program once hired.
  • All work program participants must complete the “Service Excellence Workshop”.  This workshop is mandatory for new student employees.   
  • Must not have previously received a baccalaureate degree unless enrolled in an eligible educator preparation institute (FWEP only).
  • Must have a Florida residency for tuition purposes (FWEP only).

  • Find out more about the Florida Work Experience Program (FWEP).