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Welcome to Student Employment!

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All currently enrolled Middlesex Community College students are eligable to apply for on-campus employment. In conjunction with the Career Development Office, we promote career development as a lifelong learning process. 

HOW TO FIND A JOB ON-CAMPUS?

There are many opportunities for students to work on-campus at MCC! The icon below is linked to our newest job board called Handshake where all our employment opportunities are posted.  

STEP 1: Login to Handshake through the MyMCC Portal. Click on "My Career Path Tools" and on the current student resources page click Handshake.  Dual enrollment students can create a Handshake profile by clicking the link below, and using their MCC email as a username to connect with "Middlesex Community College-MA". 

STEP 2: Using the job search tool filter jobs by clicking "On-Campus".  This will filter all jobs available on campus. Students interested in applying for Federal Work Study positions please contact Dany Mot, Federal Work Study Coordinator at motd@middlesex.mass.edu to find out your FWS eligability before applying. 

STEP 3: All students applying for on-campus jobs at MCC are required to submit a professional resume and cover letter. If you need assistance with creating or reviewing your resume and cover letter prior to applying please make an appointment with a career counselor via Handshake. 

STEP 4: After you submit your application the hiring supervisor will contact you for an interview and next steps.  

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CLICK THE HANDSHAKE ICON TO SEARCH ALL ON CAMPUS STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES!

Not sure how to upload your resume and cover letter to apply?  Use this Student Employment Handshake Guide!

Need more assistance on completing a Handshake profile? Use this How to Complete a Handshake Profile!

Additional Information:

For more information regarding work study positions, check out MCC's Work Study Webpage.

If you need help preparing for an interview or applying for a job, connect with the Career Development Office.

 

 

 

 

Last Modified: 10/28/21