Student Employment (Work Study)
The Financial Aid Office, in conjunction with Job Placement services, administers the GHC on-campus and off-campus work programs. Work-Study employment is meant to be a productive experience for everyone involved: the student, the employer, and the institution as well as the community.
Am I Eligible?
To participate, you must complete the financial aid application process, be registered for a minimum of six (6) eligible credits per quarter and maintain satisfactory academic progress. If eligible, you will be awarded a specific amount of Work-Study funds, which will determine the number of hours per week you may work. Depending on the number of hours you work and your rate of pay, it is possible that you may not earn your entire award. Funds that are not earned will not be given to you at a later time.
Governor proclamation 21-14.1, amending proclamations 20-05 and 20-14 prohibits "Any operator of an Educational Setting from permitting a Worker to engage in work for the operator after October 18, 2021 if the Worker has not been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provided proof thereof."
This proclamation has the force of law and the college is required to comply with the order. As such all college employees from all employee groups including full-time, part-time, and work-study students are required to be vaccinated and attest to their vaccination status with proof of their vaccination by no later than October 4, 2021 or on hire date, if after October 4, 2021.
Goals of the Program
- To provide employment opportunities for eligible students to finance their college education. Students can also get experience related to their area of study and pursue career training.
- To provide opportunities for student employees to gain on-the-job training and work experience while attending school.
- To prepare students for future employment by providing experience with hiring, training, supervision, relations with the public and other staff members. Work-Study students can make career decisions and future job placement determinations while attending classes and performing their job duties.
Apply for Work Study
To be eligible for Work-Study funding, you must complete the financial aid application process with Grays Harbor College and receive a Work-Study award. Work-Study is limited and is awarded on a first come first serve basis. Receiving a Work-Study award does not guarantee you a position. You should make the priority processing deadline and apply early. To find out more about applying for financial aid go to: Apply for Financial Aid.
If you are interested in seeking a Work Study position or have questions, please email Stephanie.firstname.lastname@example.org