Student workers play an important role at NWHSU. They assist departments in a wide variety of positions. This experience provides students with the opportunity to gain professional skills and build relationships, while earning money for their higher education expenses. Student employment can be through federal work-study and university funding. We encourage you to make the most out of your student experience.
Faculty and staff
Student employment programs
Federal Work Study
NWHSU participates in the Federal Work Study (FWS) Program, which provides campus-based job to financially eligible students. FWS must be a part of your financial aid package. Students may work up to 20 hours per week.
Community Service Program
NWHSU also participates in the Community Service Program, which pays FWS-eligible students for jobs involved in community service activities. Opportunities include community events, literacy or reading programs, library and clinic positions.
Students who are not eligible for Federal Work Study (FWS) Program, including Canadian and international students, may obtain student employment through NWHSU for up to 20 hours per week. Please review student job opportunities for further details.