Hire a Student Worker/Intern
Are you a faculty or staff member at Armstrong seeking to hire a student worker or intern for your office? Please read below about the various ways students can be employed on campus. Should you need any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 912.344.2563.
Student workers at Armstrong fall into two categories: federal work study and institutional work study. All positions must be posted through the Student Employment Center.
The federal work study process is handled by Financial Aid. Federal work study students work a maximum of 16 hours per week and earn minimum wage. A student applying to a federal work study position must first qualify for it through filling out the FAFSA. If you would like to request that your department be assigned a work study position, please contact Tracee Hickman at Tracee.Hickman@armstrong.edu . Once your department is assigned a work study position, all federal work study openings must be advertised through the Student Employment Center. Human Resources will assist you in creating an account and posting your open position.
The institutional Work Study Program is non-need based and is funded through departmental budgets. In this program, the student may not work for more than 19 hours a week and they are paid bi-weekly. Institutional work study positions must also be advertised through the Student Employment Center. Human Resources can assist you with this process.
For more information on federal or institutional work study positions, please see the Financial Aid website.
For frequently asked questions about student employment at Armstrong, please visit the Student Employment Center website.
Many academic departments at Armstrong allow students to perform internships for academic credit. The requirements of the internship vary based upon the student’s academic major. If you are interested in learning more about internships or the requirements of various academic departments, please view our Armstrong Internship Guide pdf. If you would like to post an internship opportunity for current students, you can do so on CareerWeb.