Federal Work Study Program

The FWS Program provides funds that are earned through part-time employment to assist students in financing the costs of postsecondary education.  This program allows students to earn money while gaining work experience.

Eligibility is based on the student's resources and is determined by a formula developed by the U.S. Department of Education; therefore, applicants must complete the FAFSA.

A Federal Work Study Application is also required.  Positions are limited so students should apply early.

  • Jobs are available on-campus and at some off-campus locations.
  • Job postings can be found on Piedmont Technical College’s website and Facebook Page.
  • Currently this program pays $7.25-$8.00 per hour. 
  • Student must be meeting standards of the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy.
  • A listing of the Types of Federal Work Study Jobs for 2015-2016 can be found here.

If you have questions regarding this program, contact DeShawn Morgan at morgan.d@ptc.edu.

Current Openings

Department: Processing Center 2
Supervisor: Renae Frazier
Job Description: Providing office assistance – copying, filing, assisting with outgoing mailings, creating packets and mailers, calling projects, scanning into BDMS and other duties as requested.
Special Skills Required: Typing at least 35 CWPM, knowledge of Microsoft Word, Publisher and Excel, etc.
Pay rate: $7.25

 

Department: Center for Advanced Manufacturing
Supervisor: Jennifer Wilbanks
Job Description: Perform basic administrative functions: greetings, visitors, directing visitors, answering telephone, etc.
Special Skills Required: Excellent customer service, communication, and organization skills needed. Experience
Pay rate: $7.25

 

Department: Building Construction
Supervisor: Bobby Roche
Job Description: Maintaining all shop equipment and also working on various projects as assigned
Special Skills Required: Will have needed knowledge
Pay rate: $7.25

 

Please Note:

Students must complete a 2015-2016 Federal Work Study Application to determine their eligible for work study. 2015-2016 Federal Work Study Applications are submitted into the Financial Aid Office.