Job listings may be found on your My.Washburn account.
Go to the "Financial Services" tab and look on the center of the page.
Under "Student Employment Information" you will see the link titled "Search Student Job Vacancies". Each job listing will state whether you need to be Federal Work study eligible or if it is a departmental job. The Federal Work Study Program is only available to undergraduate students.
Any student may apply for a departmental job but you must have an award for Federal Work Study on your listed on your Awards from the Financial Aid department to be eligible for jobs listed as FWS.
The contact person will be listed and many times the method of application will be in the job description. Most student jobs start at the current minimum wage, which is now $7.25 per hour. The maximum hours a student may work is 20 hours per week, however many of the jobs on campus are for less than the maximum.
I also recommend you sign up for the Career Services web site. You may find it at www.washburn.edu/career-services . This is a great place to look for jobs off campus. International students may not work off campus.
After you have been hired by a department, please make an appointment to complete your employment forms through your MyWashburn portal. A social security card will be needed to complete the requirements, along with whichever identification you choose for your I9.
Please bring a blank check or your banking information on another bank document if you are interested in setting up Direct Deposit with payroll.
In addition to the Social Security card you are REQUIRED to bring your Passport, I-94 and I20 forms. If you do not have a Social Security card, you need to contact the International Programs.