Work Opportunities and Eligibility
On campus/off campus job opportunities are available to students in many areas including the technology department, College social media, Admissions, and academic departments. Students are employed under the Federal Work-Study program or the MICA Work-Study program.
Federal Work-Study is a Federal Student Aid program with the purpose of providing part-time employment opportunities for undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need in order to assist them in their pursuit of a college education. Eligibility is determined based on your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) and the availability of federal funds.
Students who are not awarded Federal Work-Study may also seek campus employment through the MICA Work-Study program. Eligibility is determined based on the availability of institutional funds and demonstrated financial need.
Student employees are paid $11.75 per hour and can work up to 7 hours per week. Average work-study awards are $2,100.
Please contact George Tyree in the Financial Aid Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.