What Employers Are Saying About Hiring WWU Students
Post a Job: Employers
Hiring a Walla Walla University student part-time can bring energy and ideas to your business—at
And, if the position qualifies for the Work-Study Program, you’ll get 40% of their wages paid by the state or federal government if your business is for-profit and 70% if you’re a nonprofit.
To see which other Walla Walla businesses are hiring students, or to read 10 Reasons to Hire a WWU Student Part-time, click here.
Then go ahead. Post your job for free and hire a student. You’ll become part of a community-wide effort to support WWU’s new low-debt and no-debt tracks, which minimize college debt for hard-working students.
And who knows? You may just find your next great hire.
Find a Job: Students
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. If you would like to apply for a campus job, complete the on-campus job application.
Here are the documents you’ll need to fill out once you’ve found your job, prior to starting work.
Can I work off campus? Yes. Here's more information on off-campus jobs.
Heidi Lindstrom, Manager of Student Employment
Last update on April 22, 2015