Wayne State University

Student Employment


On-Campus College Work Study


Students who receive a work-study award from WSU's Office of Student Financial Aid can visit Career Services to review federal work-study job listings. Assistance is available in matching student interests to jobs. In addition, some positions involve community service work within the local community. These include direct and indirect services, both on and off the campus, in the areas of supportive education, legal aid, counseling, tutoring, child care, and more.

Job postings may be viewed in-office or online. To view student jobs online, please register with Career Services via CSO by clicking on the link below.

About CSO, Job Postings and Registration 

Effective January 1, 2017, the State of Michigan
minimum hourly wage will be $8.90.

 

College Work Study Start & End Dates

Start: April 24, 2017

End: August 27, 2017

 


On-Campus Student Assistant


Students who are seeking non-work study student employment can visit Career Services (1001 Faculty/Administration Building) to find the listing of student employment jobs.  Placement assistance is available in matching students to their interests. 

Job postings may be viewed in-office or online. To view student jobs online, please register with Career Services via CSO by clicking on the link below.

About CSO, Job Postings and Registration