Student Jobs on Campus
Making It Work—and Getting Paid for It!
Working on campus is a way to build skills, gain experience, and help to pay for your education (or simply earn cash to live on). There are two types of student employment at Wentworth:
- Federal work study – Provided by Wentworth and the U.S. government through financial aid, federal work study is designed to help first- and second-year students meet educational expenses by working while attending classes. Juniors and seniors are eligible for WIT Work, which follows the same guidelines and policies as federal work study.
- Leopardwork – The Leopardwork Program is funded entirely by Wentworth; financial need is not a determining factor for eligibility. Students wishing to apply for a Leopardwork job must be enrolled at least half-time in a degree program, maintain satisfactory academic progress, and be eligible to work in the U.S.
- To work on campus, you must complete the following documentation prior to your start date. Failure to complete your I-9 in the required timeframe is against the law and may lead to your award being rescinded.
- Read FAQs about Getting Paid
- What You Need to Know about performance expectations and the consequences of misconduct\
- Find opportunities:
- Learn about Community Service opportunities.
International students and students who are not permanent U.S. residents are required to secure a letter of clearance from the International Services Department prior to securing a job. Contact International Student Services during open office hours:
- Monday: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
- Wednesday: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
- Friday: 10:30 a.m. - noon
For more information, visit the Student Service Center at 101 Williston Hall or email email@example.com.