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Student Employment Opportunities

The Service-Learning program provides meaningful employment related to your interests or career goals. Students schedule work hours around their classes, gain relevant life and work experience, and work 10-16 hours per week (maximum 20).

Michaela Johnson, poses with George, a Great Basin Gopher Snake. Michaela’s service-learning job is at MK Nature Center.

Our positions offer high-level professional development so you can build your network and resume, as well as get the experience you need to secure professional work post-graduation. Be a part of our program and start growing your career today!


Accepting Applications: 24-25 School Year:

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Step 1 – Complete this form

We support you and answer your questions along the way!

We will stay connected as you apply.

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Step 2 – Apply when ready:

Send your resume with work, volunteer, and leadership experience
Cover letter addressing position(s) that you are interested in
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Service-Learning Student Employment FAQs

What is the Community Work-Study Program?

The Federal Community Work-Study program provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students who have been awarded work-study funds through financial aid.

Do I need a Work-Study Award to apply?

No. The Service-Learning program has opportunities for students both with and without a work-study award. Review the available positions to see which ones you are eligible for.

How do I know if I am Work Study eligible?

Verify that you qualify for work-study by viewing your financial aid package on BroncoWeb (under Finances, click View My Financial Aid). Visit Financial Aid to find out more about receiving work study.