Fill in that long break in between classes, get to know other students and learn more about campus, all while gaining valuable job skills. Delta's student employees play a significant role in day-to-day operations, from dining to organizational duties and more.
Working on campus means your job is just a short walk from whichever campus wing or
building you're in. Office and departments will work to accommodate your work schedule
with your class schedule and other responsibilities.
Job openings and instructions
See a list of on-campus job openings on the Pioneer Job Board at collegecentral.com/delta. Search for "Student Employment" to find a position that is perfect for you.
- Must be registered for six Delta College credits or more during student employment
- Must have an account in the Pioneer Job Board
- Student views job postings and follows the application instructions within each job
- Student supplies necessary documents to hiring department to apply for the job
Although not required for many on-campus student positions, check with the Financial Aid office about your possible eligibility for the work study program. Some college departments only hire students through the work study program.
If you're offered the position (congrats!), visit Human Resources (J101) to complete the hiring process. The hiring supervisor will contact you with a schedule and start date once HR approves you to begin work.
But first, be prepared
Found a job you're interested in? Great! Before you apply, Delta's dedicated team of advisors can help you develop your resume, look over your social media accounts and practice for interviews.
Book an appointment
Book a resume and cover letter critique session or a virtual appointment to practice your interview skills on Pioneer Connect.