Student Employment

Federal Work Study - $8.00 an hour, on and off campus

The Federal Work Study program provides funding for part-time employment on and off campus to qualifying students. If you have an unmet financial need as determined by the most recent FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), you can earn money for your education while you are enrolled in school at least half-time (6 hours) and have a GPA of at least 2.0. 

Search and apply for available jobs here 

Reason why working in a Student Employment Position is beneficial:

  • Acquire valuable work experience for your resume
  • Reduce necessity for student loans
  • Valuable and practical career-related experiences
  • Exposure to the world of work

Any questions contact Linda Wright at linda.wright@kctcs.edu 

Ready To Work

The Ready to Work Program serves low-income student parents who are currently enrolled at Gateway Community & Technical College. Students in this program receive individualized services that help support their family/school/work balance including counseling, advising, and career development. Our main goal is to support and encourage students from enrollment to graduation.

Work and Learn

The Work and Learn Program serves low-income student parents who are working toward or interested in working toward their GED or high school/GED graduates who would like to brush up on basic skills before entering college.  Students in this program receive individualized services that help support their family/school/work balance including counseling, advising, and career development. Our main goal is to support and encourage students from enrollment to graduation.