Work Study

The BC3 work-study program is  part-time employment available to  students who qualify based on their FAFSA.   

Students who participate in the work-study program

How do I know if I am work study eligible?

Did you file a FAFSA (free application for federal student aid)?
  • No – In order to determine your financial need and work study eligibility, you first must file a FAFSA. For assistance, please contact the BC3 Financial Aid Office.
  • Yes – Once your FAFSA is submitted, you can submit a Work Study Application. You will be notified via email regarding your eligibility. For assistance, please contact the Student Employment Specialist in the Career Services Office.

How do I apply for a work study job?

  1. Visit College Central and click the students box.
    1. If you have already activated or created an account, log in. If you have not, follow the instructions below.
  2. Under the log in box, click the activate link.
  3. Enter your 7 digit BC3 student ID (without the b) and your myBC3 email address. Click activate account. You will be prompted to create a password and add additional information to your profile.
  4. On the home screen, aka dashboard, select Experiential Learning from the left side menu.
  5. Click Submit New Work Study Agreement.
  6. Read all instructions carefully and fill out the work study application. Submit when complete.
  7. Refer to College Central Network account and myBC3 email for further instructions and details.

What types of work study jobs are available?

Many offices at BC3, and some nonprofit organizations close to BC3 campuses, have positions designated specifically for students to gain professional experience while assisting in daily office operations. For assistance with finding and securing employment, please contact Emma Lee Hartle in the Career Services Office.

What if I am not work study eligible, but still want to work while attending college?

If you receive notification after submitting your application that you are not work study eligible, there are many part time jobs in the area for you to pursue. You can utilize College Central Network's Search – My School's Jobs feature to see all the current job postings and apply for part time jobs that interest you. For assistance, please contact the Career Services Office.

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