Student Employment


Minneapolis College offers a number of paid job opportunities, both on campus and in the community, to help you earn money to offset the cost of higher education. Positions are available to all students, including international and undocumented students.

Participating in the student employment program can also give you valuable hands-on experience in your field before graduating and a head-start on creating an appealing resume. Working on campus or in the community will provide unique learning opportunities outside the classroom, as well as the convenience of being able to tailor your work schedule around class time.


Applying for a Student employment Position

  1. Register with the Minneapolis College Job Bank.
  2. Work with Career Services to develop a resume and interview skills.
  3. Apply for positions you are interested in through the Job Bank or take Career Services' interest assessment.
  4. Make sure that you are prepared for an interview and keep an eye on your inbox for invitations from the position's hiring manager.
  5. Be sure to show up on time to any interviews and make a good impression.
  6. If you are selected as a finalist, your hiring manager will submit a request to hire you to the Student Employment office. Expect to hear back within five business days.
  7. Student Employment will verify that you are eligible for a student employment position. The eligibility check consists of verifying that you are enrolled in at least six credits, have completed a FAFSA if you are a US resident, and do not have an active Satisfactory Academic Progress hold or Maximum Time frame hold. Successfully appealed holds will pass the eligibility check.
  8. You will receive an email from Student Employment regarding any additional steps before you may begin working. If you are a new student employee, this will include completing forms I-9 and W-4. International students will receive additional information about obtaining a Social Security Number.
  9. Once everything is complete, you will receive your work authorization via email from Student Employment. Follow up with your supervisor to create your work schedule and confirm your first day of work.

Contact Us

For assistance with the student employment process, please contact Student Employment or Career Services.