Students

EMPLOYMENT
Students may have an opportunity to participate in part-time jobs or work-study programs while enrolled at MVSU.  These opportunities allow students to earn extra cash, gain valuable work experience and networking opportunities.

Types of Student Employment

Part-Time Temporary Employment 
Students who have secured a campus job should complete and submit the following information to their immediate supervisor.  The supervisor will review the packet for completion and forward to Human Resources before the student begins work. 

      Click on each link, complete each document below and print…

  1. I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification (must include two forms of identification; see acceptable documents within the instructions)
  2. Direct Deposit (must include supporting documentation from financial institution)
Work Study 
Federal Work-study (FWS) is a federally funded, need-based student work program awarded by Financial Aid.  Interest in work-study must be indicated on the FAFSA each year in order to be considered for the award. Click below for more information.

https://www.mvsu.edu/prospective-students/financial-aid-programs/work-study

The Career Service Center is a great resource for students that are job searching.  Some local employers and campus department post positions through Career Services and Human Resources.  Career Services offers students a variety of career preparedness programs and services. 

https://www.mvsu.edu/career-services/emp-asst


WIOA (WORKFORCE INNOVATIVE OPPORTUNITY ACT)

WIOA is a program designed to help students finish school and find employment. Mississippi Valley State University is a training provider under WIOA and collaborates with the Mississippi WIN Job Center to assist students in applying for funding. Click below for mor information.

https://www.mvsu.edu/wioa

WIOA Application  (Complete only if you have visited the WIN Job Center and scored 'bronze' or above on your

career readiness test (CRT)