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Student Workers at MSJC

Welcome to the Student Workforce Program at MSJC!

Mt. San Jacinto College offers a wonderful opportunity for students to learn about working for the district on a temporary at-will basis while progressing towards their educational goals through the Student Workforce Program (SWP). The goal of SWP is intended to provide a balance between the interests of the student and the needs of the department. We accept SWP applications for a variety of temporary, part-time, and entry-level jobs throughout the academic year at the San Jacinto, Menifee Valley, and Temecula Valley campus locations.

SWP provides access to flexible work schedules and supplemental income while pursuing your educational goals. Under department mentorship, students will gain valuable job skills and experience, build healthy workplace habits, and network with the MSJC community. Many SWP employees find the district to be an enjoyable place to work and seek permanent, full-time employment through our regular competitive selection process.

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To participate in the Student Workforce Program, the following requirements must be met:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen, a U.S. National, Permanent U.S. Resident or on a F1/F2 Student Visa
  • Be a current student with Mt. San Jacinto College at time of hire
  • Maintain at least half-time enrollment status (6+ units) for each Fall and Spring semester employed
  • For Summer, maintain enrollment in at least 3+ units or have intent to register for the Fall semester
  • Maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA each term of employment
  • Students under 18 years of age must present a high school diploma or GED at time of hire

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Jacey Cicerone, MPA
Employment Specialist, Human Resources

Hi, my name is Jacey, and I am your guide to all things related to the Student Workforce Program!

As someone who worked throughout the pursuit of my higher education, I understand the importance and power behind student employment. I am here to advocate for all departments and students in support of career readiness and professional development. If you have questions, I am here as a resource, so feel free to reach out.