Student Workstudy

Student Employment at OJC

Student at work

Working on campus in a work-study position is a great way to learn skills and earn money while you are going to school. Many of the OJC departments employee students to perform important tasks for the college. OJC faculty and staff are friendly to work with and they help prepare students for the real world. 

Workstudy Application & Career Management:

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Federal Work Study

Student EmploymentFederal funds are made available to assist Colorado resident students with their college financing through part-time campus employment. Students approved for this program can be eligible to work a maximum of 15 hours per week when school is in session and 35 hours per week on breaks (depending on the position and the student's unmet financial need).

For Information on how to apply for federal work-study please contact the OJC Director of Financial Aid.

State funds are made available to assist students with their college financing through part-time campus employment. Students approved for this program can be eligible to work a maximum of 15 hours per week when school is in session and 35 hours per week on breaks (depending on the position and the student's unmet financial need).

For Information on how to apply for Colorado work-study please contact the OJC Director of Financial Aid.

Colorado No Need Work Study

State funds are made available to resident students even though they show no need for financial assistance with their college financing. This program gives no-need students an opportunity to receive on the job experience which is helpful when looking for employment after graduation. These positions have the same requirements as the other work-study positions but they are not limited by need. Students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to qualify for this program.

For Information on how to apply for Colorado No-Need work-study please contact the OJC Director of Financial Aid.