You’ve taken the first steps toward new career opportunities by pursuing an Associate degree in your field of interest. Now, do you know what you want to do after college? The Career Services staff of Terra State Community College can help you pinpoint your career goals. They are dedicated to assisting students and prospective students with:
- Finding their ideal career path
- Choosing a major that lines up with their career goals
- Learning more about the world of work
Student Employment Procedures
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All student employment is dependent on availability of funding.
All student employees must be considered in good academic standing by maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average (G.P.A.) of 2.0. In the case of a new student without a G.P.A., the first term of employment will be a probationary period with the expectation that this minimum will be met. Students not maintaining this minimum will not be eligible for student employment until the G.P.A. has been improved to the 2.0 minimum. Any exceptions to this must be discussed and approved by the Coordinator of Career Services.
Students must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours to be eligible for student employment and should be degree or certificate seeking; this includes students who are registered as transfer students. Under normal circumstances, students are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per work week during periods of enrollment. Students may work during periods of non-enrollment provided they are enrolled in the next term. Student employment ends when a student finishes his/her coursework at Terra (graduates, completes certificate and is not enrolled for the following term).
Any question of interpretation regarding the Student Employment Procedures shall be referred to the Coordinator of Career Services for final determination. The Student Employment Procedures will be reviewed every three years under the direction of the Coordinator of Career Services.
All student employment open positions are posted on the Career Services Job Board.
The application is a two step process.
- You must complete a student employment application and submit it to the Career Services office. You can find the application here.
- You must upload your resume to the Thunder job Board. (All resumes are reviewed prior to approval on the job board. You may be asked to make changes prior to approval for posting.)
Please note: some positions are posted as student FWS only positions. To be eligible for the "FWS only positions" you must meet the employment eligibility standards and be awarded FWS funding.
Are you a looking for career opportunities that will line up for your professional goals? Or would you just like to make some extra money while you’re in school? Terra State Community College has employment opportunities for eligible students. Students can work part-time days or evenings and will be considered on the basis of their skills, experience and qualifications.
If you are interested in working for Terra State Community College, please fill out our student employment application. Please submit your application along with your resume to the career services office in Roy Klay Hall, Building A-100. To apply for a student job, download the student employment application now.
Learn More about Student Jobs
For more information about student employment at Terra State Community College, please contact the career services office at 419.334.8400 or 1.866.AT.TERRA 1.866.288.3772 .