They take their first steps into their professional identities as innovators, critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and team players not only in the classroom, but also within Whittier College offices and operations.
The Student Employment Program allows students to work and apply earnings towards tuition or keep for personal expenses. Student Employment positions are funded by a Financial Aid Work Award or through Departmental Exception Funding.
Once employed on campus, the Guide to Career Development Plans for the Whittier College Student Workforce can be used to develop a short-term career development plan-of-action so students can use, develop, and track development of critical career competencies in their on-campus paraprofessional roles.
For more information about obtaining an on-campus job, contact Stephanie Lopez, HR Office and Student Employment Manager at 562.907.4200 (extension 4615) or emailing email@example.com.
College students are frequently targeted by scammers who propose illegitimate job offers. Be on the lookout and protect yourself. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. And, never pay an entry fee in exchange for work.