Work-Study” is money earned through employment. In order to qualify, you must qualify for financial aid. Students are eligible for part-time work (up to 16 hours per week).
Federally funded program to provide students on campus employment opportunities. Students will be considered for a variety of jobs, which may offer valuable career-related experience.
America Reads uses Federal Work Study dollars to employ students as reading tutors for preschool age children, children in elementary school, or in family literacy programs. America Counts uses federal dollars to employ students as math tutors for children elementary age through ninth grade. Students will be placed in schools or programs residing in our service district.
State funded program, where students will be placed in on campus positions relating to their major field of study and career goals or interests. Students must be Washington State residents.
State funded program to provide employers the ability to identify and hire potential permanent employees. Employers determine wage rates. Students must be Washington State residents.
Students who have been discharged from the military or who are in the selected reserves may be eligible for money for school from the Veteran’s Affairs department. There is an application process, and the student must be enrolled in an approved program. The VA Coordinator will send certification of credits enrolled for each quarter to the VA.
Please complete the required items within the Steps To Enrollment to utilize benefits. All documents may be submitted via email, FAX (1.888.820.2896), or in-person.
Eligibility for Veterans Benefits will be determined by the VA. Go to Vets.gov to apply for benefits. Veterans’ are eligible to apply for benefits under one of the following education programs:
Click HERE for more information and resources related to becoming a student and transitioning to civilian life.
For information regarding college credit for military service or schools, please see our Military Transfer Credit Policy.