*Please describe any special skills, training, or experience that you have that would qualify you
for a specific type of work. For example, computer skills, computer programs, communication skills, etc.
For current GSC students, at least one reference should be from an on-campus contact, such as an advisor, professor, coach, or supervisor. For new GSC students, references may include high school teachers, coaches, club advisors, and other adults who can attest to your character and work ethic.
If students are eligible for and accept the federal workstudy award offered as part of a financial aid package and are interested in finding a job on campus, they must still fill out an application for on-campus employment during the open application period. The college also has some positions that are non-need based, called workship. A FAFSA form is not required for these positions.
Because of the limited amount of workstudy and workship positions available, there is no guarantee that you will get a job. However, your chances of finding one will increase greatly if you understand and follow the procedures outlined here.
The open application period for the Summer semester begins April 1st and closes on May 15th. Enrolled students have this timeframe to review the On-Campus Job Announcements and then submit their application online. Applications are reviewed by supervisors, who interview applicants who meet their criteria and then hire the best candidates.
If you submitted your application for employment before the April 1st opening, you will need to resubmit a new application after the new open application period begins.
If you are an upperclassman and worked on campus last year and plan to return to the same position, you do not have to fill out a new application. If you filled out an application last school year and were not placed, you must complete a new application to be considered for a position for this semester.
Upon employment, students must complete all necessary payroll documentation before they can be paid. Student workers are directed to visit the Academic Center to fill out these forms and also submit copies of their driver’s license/ID card and social security card for identity verification and a blank voided check or bank statement to establish direct deposit.
Students are not allowed to work over 20 hours a week during a period of enrollment. All students work at minimum wage.
All student employees must maintain a 2.0 each semester and 2.0 cumulative grade point average in order to maintain the privilege of student employment. Student workers failing to meet GPA requirements will be placed on probation the following semester. Failure to meet GPA standards during the probationary semester can result in a loss of the privilege of student employment until the student meets both 2.0 GPA benchmarks.
Any student worker with an FIW is placed on immediate student employment probation.
All student workers will be paid every other Friday. Students must update their time in the time management system
(Kronos) each day they work and must turn in the time sheet to their supervisor on the 24th of each month.
Student employees are directed to read the Student Employment Handbook. Any questions regarding Student Employment procedures can be directed to immediate supervisors and/or the Career Services Counselor.
Glenville State College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.