Student Employment is based on the principle that work is not only necessary, but that it is essential to a satisfying, productive and creative life, and contributes positively to one’s sense of well-being.
Student Forms & Resources
Student Manual, On Campus Student Employment
Rights and Responsibilities, On Campus Student Employment
Earnings Monitoring Form
Acceptable Documentation for I-9 Forms
State Work Study Timesheet
On Campus Supervisor Resources
Supervisor Manual, On Campus Student Employment
State Work Study Timesheets
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Off Campus Employer Resources
For information on participation in the Washington State Work Study program, please contact Katrina Rambo in the Student Employment Office at 509-313-6218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.