Federal Work-Study Opportunities
How to Apply
The Federal Work-Study program provides part-time employment to students attending institutions of higher education who need the earnings to help meet their costs of postsecondary education and encourages students receiving FWS assistance to participate in community service activities.
To be eligible for a work-study job, a student must have federal student aid eligibility. This means you must:
- Have completed a FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Have completed your financial aid file
- Be making satisfactory academic progress towards your NWACC degree (See SAP Policy)
- Have remaining student aid eligibility.
If you have completed your FAFSA and your financial aid file,
- Log into College Central. You can:
- Search to view available positions
- Post your resume.
- Indicate that you are interested in a work-study position
After you search for available work-study positions you may email the supervisor letting them know that you are interested in their position.
2016-2017 Work Study Positions
Academic Advising Department
AR Single Parent
Social & Behavioral Science Department
Boys & Girls Club of Benton County - Bentonville & Rogers Campus
Elmdale Elementary School Tutor
Enrollment Support Center 1 (these are three different positions)
Enrollment Support Center 2 (these are three different positions)
Enrollment Support Center 3 (these are three different positions)
Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Benton County
International Programs and Study Abroad