Student Employment

Working helps reduce your student debt, builds your resume and increases your chance of success in college. Jobs are always being added to our job postings, so check back often if you don’t see a good fit.

To work on campus during the school year, you must take at least 12 credit hours of classes at WWU. For summer employment on campus, you must be enrolled for summer classes or be accepted and pre-registered for at least 12 credit hours of classes at WWU for the fall quarter.

Check Job Scene for recent job postings both on and off campus.

Step 1

Find your perfect position on Job Scene

Job Scene hosts on- and off-campus opportunities for employment and internships. 


Step 2

Fill out an application for your job of choice

You can apply to multiple positions with one application. Your submitted application will be sent to the Student Employment office and you can request that it be forwarded to the employer of your choice.


Step 3

Check that you have the required documents to work

If you have questions, our office would love to help! Call (509) 527-2357


Step 4

Call, email, or visit the Student Employment office to complete your application process

The Student Employment office will forward your application to the employer of your choice.

Questions?

Heidi Lindstrom, Manager of Student Employment
(800) 656-2357
(509) 527-2357
stuemp@wallawalla.edu


Student employee of the year 2019

Please join the office of Student Employment on congratulating Phai Bui, a junior and Walla Walla University’s 2019 Student Employee of the Year. 

Phai will receive a $1300 scholarship which will be presented at The Awards Ceremony in his honor. He was nominated by his supervisor Michael Trethewey in the Grounds Department. Runners-up Sophie Bailey (Marketing and University Relations) and Sarah Halversen (Athletics Department) will receive $700 scholarships.

Phai’s supervisor has this to say about him:

“His quality of work, extreme reliability and natural leadership abilities are so important to The Grounds Department. Phai's leadership style is one of a friend, mentor, and fun guy. He is very careful to not exceed the parameters set for him and assume authority where unfit. And at the same time, he is able to work within his undefined role as a leader with extreme effectiveness. The impact that Phai has made on our department is invaluable.”

“Phai consistently exemplifies to the younger students how to be professional AND have fun at the same time. Phai’s biggest contribution is his leadership.  Phai, being a husband and parent to 2 kids, has a “big brother” aura that exudes confidence and compassion.  He talks a lot and gets the other students to open up, have discussions and feel good about being on GROUNDS crew.  All this morale boosting and comradery is achieved while he leads and directs students how to work, too.” 


2018-2019 Student Employee of the Year nominees

Student

Department

Class standing

Nominator

Phai BuiGroundsJuniorMichael Trethewey
Sophie BaileyMarketing and University RelationsSeniorChris Drake
Sarah HalversenAthleticsJuniorEric Cantrell
Nolan AlinsodGroundsSophomoreMichael Trethewey
Courtney CadyMarketing and Enrollment ServicesSeniorRenee Unterseher
Morgan DoyleAthletics/Sports infoSeniorLogan Adams
Giovanna GirottoStudent Development CenterSeniorDavid Lindstrom
Regan HinshawCommunications and LanguagesSeniorDeborah Silva
Connor HubinTechnology DepartmentJuniorJefre Humbert
Adela YanezSocial Work and SociologySeniorMarianne Goltz
LilliAnne YarlottStudent Loan CenterJuniorAmanda Fleck

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