Student Employment Options

Studies show that students who engage in part-time work have a higher grade point average and are more likely to complete college. Students who work part time learn to manage their time effectively and interact in a professional setting, all while creating meaningful mentor relationships and acquiring important job skills. In addition to the resources listed below, visit this site for additional opportunities.

The Student Employment Center offers students a variety of job listings for on- and off-campus employment in both Work Study and non-Work Study positions, as well as community service opportunities.

Old Main 245, 360-650-3158,,

The Career Services Center helps students connect academic interests and strengths with careers, develop post-graduation goals, gain internship and career-related experience, and make a successful transition after graduation whether to employment or continuing education. Access to individual support and recruitment events available to current students and alumni.

Old Main 280,,

The ASWWU employs nearly 200 students each year in exciting and empowering positions that foster community and positive change on campus and beyond. Most positions are filled in Spring/Summer, but openings are available all year long.,

The Foundation for WWU & Alumni strengthens Western by building strong and caring relationships that make a difference among our students, alumni, friends and the greater University community. The Foundation not only provides meaningful connections for WWU graduates, they also assist current students with support through alumni scholarships, mentorship programs and providing valuable career contacts.

Old Main 430,