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Student Job Center

LEARN & EARN! The Student Job Center (SJC) can help Centralia College students find part-time jobs to supplement their educational costs. See Student Job Requirements below for more information.

Current jobs openings Off-campus work study positions include online sales coordinator, teacher assistant, diesel mechanic trainee, and reading and math tutors. Check our job board, located on the second floor of the TransAlta Commons (TAC), for current openings.

Work study. Non work study. On campus. Off campus. You must be eligible for financial aid to qualify for a work study job (available on and off campus). We do offer non work-study positions (on campus only), which are open to those who do and do not qualify for financial aid. All student employees must be enrolled in at least six college credits with SAP (grade values) in good standing.

Look for us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! Search for Centralia College Student Job Center (cc_studntJobCntr) for open positions, news and student success stories!

Student Job Center NEWS


April 10 & 11, 9am - 2pm in TAC Open to CC Students. Choose nearly new career clothes to wear at the job fair (and keep for future interviews)!


  • Mon., April 15, 12pm in TAC 120
  • Wed., April 17, 8am in LIB 003A
  • Thu., April 18, 1pm in WAH 214
  • Got experience? Education? Leadership skills? Learn how to include your history and accolades to create the best tool for your interview. These free 50-minute workshops, led by CC's newest faculty counselor Brian Rauscher, MA/MS, prep you to shine during the upcoming annual Job Fair!


    Tue., April 23, 10am to 1pm in TAC
    Representatives of nearly 70 businesses will anticipate meeting more than 300 job seekers! This event is free for students and community members to attend (dress for success and leave distractions - such as cell phones, children and pets - at home). It's also free for businesses, that plan on hiring within six months, to participate.
    Online registration is closed.
    A waiting list is available. For more information: Email Monica

    How to post a job announcement

    As a community service, we post job opening fliers for businesses (please see disclaimer below). One-page 8"X10" fliers work best. Please include: job name, job description, contact information and when the position will close. We will gladly post your job announcement on our job board and may share your announcement on our Facebook page.
    For information, stop by the student job center (TAC228) or email Monica.

    Student Job Requirements

    - On and Off Campus
    • All student jobs, including work-study, are posted on the Student Job Board (2nd floor of TAC) and are updated on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram.
    • You must be enrolled in at least six college-level credits and meet SAP standards (good grades) to be eligible for any student employment position.
    • If you have received work-study as part of your financial aid package, you are encouraged to apply for all positions that fit your focus of study, skills and abilities.
    • Learning comes first. Work schedules are flexible. Students may work up to 15 hours per week on campus; up to 19 hours a week off campus.
    • Steps to Getting Student Employment | PDF

    Student Employment Programs

    • Federal Work Study On-campus— must be financial aid (FA) eligible
    • Non-need based on-campus employment
    • Federal Work-Study Community Service on and off campus— must be FA eligible
    • State Work Study On-campus—must be FA eligible and a Washington state resident
    • State Work Study Off-campus—must be FA eligible and a Washington state resident
    • Federal Work-Study Reading/Math Tutor—must be FA eligible
    • Cooperative Work Experience Handbook—earn credits for on-the-job learning experience related to your area of study


    For employment that is non-need based (not part of work-study programs).

    Centralia College Student Job Center retains the right to refuse any employer or any job posting by any organization. SJC makes no particular recommendations regarding employers. We make no representations or guarantees about positions posted by this office. We are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of non-need based, off-campus employment. Students are urged to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting private off-campus employment.

    All hiring and compensation for work performed by student employees is handled directly between the student and the employer. SJC does not perform background checks on students applying for jobs, nor on employers posting job opportunities. Employers and students are encouraged to request reference information from each other as needed to establish qualifications, credentials and overall fit between the employer and the student applicant.

    We will not post jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, disabled or Vietnam Era veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, and genetic information. Those organizations requiring candidates to invest, purchase/rent supplies, pay a fee as a condition of employment, or are commission–only are excluded from posting positions. Private, in-home positions such as yard work, tutoring, childcare, etc., will not be approved for safety reasons, nor will positions related to the adult entertainment industry. If desired, you may request a resource list of local and regional employment companies/businesses that may be able to assist you.

    While jobs posted on our Job Board are intended to reach college students, employers must expect that jobs may be viewable by the general public.

    Student Employment Guide

    Contact Student Job Center

    Monica Brummer
    Program Coordinator
    Email Monica
    Office Hours:
    Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm