On Campus Jobs
The following are departments or services on campus that hire student workers. Please contact the individual area for current availability.
Job types: Basketball Scoreboard/Scorebook
Description: During women's basketball season watch the game from press row and take care of the scoreboard, shot/game clock or scorebook. Extreme reliability a must. Some athletics knowledge preferred. Games are nights and weekends. Pay is $40 per game.
Job Type: Student Assistant
Description: The Tutoring Center looking for a 10 hour a week assistant to work on campus at the Academic Support Center. The position would support the tutoring center but would not involve academic tutoring.
We are looking for an assistant to greet incoming students and assist with the check in process, perform light clerical duties & help with organizing and cleaning during our open hours (M/T/W, 10-6pm.). Student must be receiving financial aid and be eligible for work study
Job types: Bookseller
Description: Greet customers, answer questions, and assist with the purchase of merchandise or services. Shelve, arrange, clean, and organize product or space within the store to maintain an appealing sales floor Assist with processing sales transactions involving cash, credit, or financial aid payments. Temporary positions require weekly availability for a short-term basis of 90 days or less. Please send resume and cover letter to contact below.
Contact: Araceli Lopez
Job types: Student Assistants
Description: Log 8 to 18 hours a week as an office assistant, answering/sending emails, calling EOPS students, scheduling appointments, helping students apply to EOPS, participating in EOPS outreach events and assisting with events and projects.
Pay starts at $15.75 per hour. Please send resume and cover letter to contact below.
Contact: Amanda Marshall, Assistant Director
Job types: Baristas for Gillmor and Student Engagement Centers
Description: We are looking for outgoing, friendly, baristas who know how to have fun while working hard. We understand school is the priority and will work around your class schedule. We are in need of a student from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Life is too short for bad coffee or grouchy servers! Please email your resume, a few sentences about why you think you are the perfect hire, and your Monday-Friday availability. Pay is $17 or more per hour (depending on experience and availability) + tips.
Contact: Katherine Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Job types: Graphic Design Intern
Description: The graphic design intern will be overseen by the Marketing Office's Graphic Designer and perform tasks such as creating campus logos, campus collateral such as flyers, posters and newsletters, as well as HD screens for promotion of the college's programs.
Hiring is usually done during the late Spring semester. The position is 18 hours a week. Please send resume, portfolio and cover letter to contact below.
Requirements: 6.0 units in the semester and a year commitment
Contact: Niall Adler, Director of Marketing
Job types: Tutors, Academic Excellence Workshop Facilitators, Student Assistants, Peer Mentors
Description: Our MESA student staff support our MESA students academically and socially, creating a STEM environment dedicated to both STEM equity and helping near-peers cultivate the motivation to continue along the transfer pathway. Our Academic Excellence Workshop Facilitators also work with general STEM students, leading weekly study groups for a variety of STEM classes. Are you a MESA student? You’ll have first priority for all student staff positions. Hourly rate dependent on position. Please send resume and cover letter to contact below.
Contact: Edrina Rashidi, MESA Director
Police/Public Safey Department
Job types: Community Service Officer
Description: No previous experience needed! All training needed is provided on the job. Worried about class? We have extremely flexible scheduling with day and evening shifts available. Patrol ensures the safety and security of the campus.
They enforce parking regulations, crowd and traffic control, special events patrol, provide escorts and asssit District Police during an emergency. Pay is $15.75 to start and regular increases up to $18.75 per hout. $22 per hour during special events. Work up to 18 hours per week and 37.5 hours during the summer.
Requirements: 6.0 units in the semester, valid driver's license and pass a background check.
Contact: Visit the District Police Office or call 408-855-5435 next to the Bookstore in the Campus Center.
Job types: Cashier or Cook
Description: Located in the Campus Center, the Saints Cafe offers a wide range of food options. They are currently open weekdays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cooks earn $20 per hour and Cashiers earn $17 per hour. Please send resume and cover letter to contact below.
Contact: Anwar Mustafa, email@example.com
Job Type: Brand Ambassador
Description: We are seeking two bilingual Basic Needs Ambassadors, preferably Spanish speakers, for the remainder of the academic year. These students will play a critical role in supporting their fellow students and connecting them with resources on and off campus, including CalFRESH benefits. Interested candidates can contact me directly and the starting pay is $17.00/hour.
Contact: Connor Keese, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
TRIO (2 opportunities)
Job types Student Assistant
Description: TRIO student assistants will staff the front desk and perform basic office functions; respond to inquires about the program and refer them to the appropriate staff; schedule appointments for managerial personnel with Outlook and Cranium Cafe; assist students in applying for TRIO and help and main filing systems and databases, some of which may be of sensitive nature.
Job type: Statistics Tutor
Description: Respond to inquiries about the program. Refer students to appropriate campus and/or community resources. Be knowledgeable in how to apply and fill out paperwork as it pertains to the program. Provide individual and small group tutoring to students. Schedule tutoring appointments for students using an online appointment software system. Document tutoring sessions and input data into Student Access, an online database. Provide academic support through building rapport. Share experiences and information on student success. Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to
clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Review class material, discuss the text, predicting test questions, formulating ideas for papers, or work on solutions to problems. Coordinate at least one community building event per semester. Assist program faculty and staff with special projects as assigned
Contact: Manuel Salazar, Director of TRIO, email@example.com
Job types: Student Ambassador
Description: As a Student Ambassador in the Mission College Welcome Center, you will gain experience in customer service, and more! This position is perfect for someone who is passionate about giving back to their community and wants to gain meaningful work experience.
Hiring will begin in late Spring 2022 and students hired may work a maximum of 15 hours per week. Working knowledge of computer a must. Billingual preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to contact below.
Requirements: 6.0 units in the semester and a one year commitment
Contact: Julie Vu, Welcome Center Director, firstname.lastname@example.org