The Student Employment Program helps promote student learning by finding jobs on campus and off campus through Department Funded Work Study, Federal Work Study, or CalWORKs Work Study positions. All college work study positions are part time and limited to a maximum of 20 hours per week.
Employers and supervisors are encouraged to provide work hours that fit within your class schedule. Hourly pay rates vary and currently start at the minimum wage; however, some positions may start at a higher rate of pay. For information on California minimum wage please click here.
You must have a valid Social Security card and picture ID under the same name you used to register for classes. Additionally, each program requires specific reporting documentation.
College Work-Study Eligibility Requirements:
- Must enroll in and maintain at least half-time enrollment (minimum of 6.0 units in Fall or Spring semesters, and minimum of 3.0 units in Summer or Winter sessions)
- Must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA (waived for new students)
- Must designate Norco College as your home college (although, students may take classes at any of the colleges within the district)
- NOTE: Other requirements apply to students participating in the Federal Work Study and CalWORKs Work Study programs. For a complete list of student employment eligibility requirements, click here.
Visit www.norcocollege.edu/ncconnect to view college work-study job postings.
Hours & Location
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of in-person services, questions regarding the Student Employment Office and work-study program should be directed via e-mail to our Student Employment Personnel Specialist, Carmen Parra, at email@example.com.