Consider a work-study position at one of SFSC’s campuses!

A number of student work-study positions for the 2023-24 academic year are becoming available. All positions begin in the fall 2023 term. Most will continue into the spring 2024 term and a few may extend into summer.

All positions pay $12.50/hour and are for a maximum of 10-20 hours/week depending upon student need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Work schedules vary and are arranged by each employing department.

To qualify, you must:

  • Have a current FAFSA on file in the SFSC Financial Aid Office and document an unmet financial need (for federal work-study positions)
  • Be enrolled for each term of the work-study employment for at least 6 credit hours
  • Have an overall GPA of at least 2.0

To apply:

  • Complete the Financial Aid Federal Work-Study Student Inquiry form.
  • Create/activate your student account now in College Central ( if you have not done so already.
  • Once the Financial Aid Office has notified you that you have been approved to participate in work-study, the Career Development Center will email you instructions on how to apply and interview for the specific work-study jobs in which you have an interest.

Some of the positions typically available are:

  • Tutoring (Adult Education, Math Lab, Writing Lab, Spanish Lab, Science Lab)
  • Student Office Assistants (Dean’s offices, Career Development Center, Financial Aid Office, Business Office, etc.)
  • Student Office Assistants (DeSoto and Hardee campuses and Lake Placid Center)
  • Off-campus Tutors (at community service agencies or public schools)
  • Student Life Assistants (for PAC/Panther GamePad)
  • Recruitment/Student Ambassadors
  • Museum of Florida Art and Culture (MOFAC)
  • and more!