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Student Jobs

TMCC students can find information here regarding on-campus and off-campus employment by using the links below. All job listings are searchable to make it easier and faster to find the job you want!

Off Campus Student Jobs On Campus Student Jobs

How to Apply

Students must be enrolled in 6 credits at any Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) institution (excluding Community Service and/or audited classes), and maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA to be eligible for student employment at TMCC.

For regular student employment only, students do not need to be enrolled in the summer term; however, they must have either been enrolled in 6 credits the previous spring with a 2.0 GPA, or they must already be enrolled in 6 credits the following fall.

Application procedures for On and Off-campus positions are listed below. If you have any questions, please call us at 775-673-7072.

On-Campus Positions

On-campus jobs may be work study or regular student employment.

To apply for a work study position, you must have already applied for financial aid and have an award on MyTMCC indicating that you've been awarded work study. Students who have received and are applying for work study positions must be enrolled in 6 credits at TMCC, with a 2.0 cumulative GPA at TMCC.

Jobs are posted on the On-Campus Job Board. To apply, please follow the application instructions included with each job posting.

If you are hired, it is the responsibility of the employer to complete your hiring documents. You will need to provide employment eligibility documents to your employer before you may start working.

See Also: On-Campus Employment for International Students

Off-Campus Positions

Off-campus jobs are posted on the Off-Campus Job Board.

Note: There are a limited number of off-campus work study positions listed in the Federal Work Study section of the on-campus job board. To apply, follow the application instructions included with each job posting.

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