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In order to secure an on-campus job at Skyline College, a student must be enrolled at either Skyline College, Cañada College, or CSM. Students must be enrolled in 6 or more units during the Fall and Spring semesters, and 3 or more units during the Summer session.

To apply for Federal Work-Study (FWS) positions, you must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen, have completed a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the school year, and have received a Federal Work-Study offer. For questions about Federal Work-Study eligibility, please contact the Skyline Financial Aid Office.

FWS – Dual Enrollment Student Assistant

  • Strategic Partnerships & Workforce Development
  • Bldg. 1 - Rm. 319
  • $19.12 – $20.12 USD / Year
  • Salary: $19.12 – $20.12
  • Federal Work Study
Position Description
Under the supervision of Program Services Coordinators, the Student Assistant (SA) will assist the DE Team by:

  • Onboarding 9th-12th grade students through the application and registration process for Skyline College. This may be accomplished in groups or individually virtually on Zoom and/or in person at school sites (eg. in San Mateo County)
  • Handling clerical duties such as updating, maintaining and processing confidential student files, spreadsheets, and information
  • Meeting regularly with DE Team to discuss, plan, and report on activities and assignments
  • Attending all mandatory monthly trainings, workshops, and programs.
  • Assisting with making logistical arrangements for the DE program and other SPWD division related tasks/events/activities as assigned by staff
  • Communicating to students about the many opportunities and benefits of enrolling at Skyline College
  • Sharing information about early college programs such as: Dual Enrollment, Concurrent Enrollment and Middle College
  • Assisting students with the Student Success Link (SSL) consent process to allow for registration in Dual Enrollment courses
  • Representing Skyline College at high schools, on campus and in the greater community. Events included but not limited to: staffing information tables, campus tours, high school career and college fairs, and application workshops
  • Follow-up with potential students who have applied to Dual Enrollment but have not registered
  • Taking initiative to be knowledgeable about college programs (e.g. College certificates, associate degrees, transfer services, honors program, etc.) and services (e.g. Financial aid, Promise Scholars Program, EOPS, ASCC, Puente, SparkPoint, STEM Center etc.)
  • Maintaining working relationships with college departments that participate in recruitment and outreach efforts
  • Assisting in the collaboration and distribution of college/recruitment materials such as catalogs, schedules, enrollment forms, and promotional items
  • Participating in bi-weekly staff meetings and mandatory training
  • Maintaining professional uniformed attire when actively serving as a Student Ambassador
  • Preparing promotional materials which will include lifting objects of up to 35lbs
Requirements and Desirable Skills
  • This is a Federal Work Study position and applicants must be eligible
  • Must be a Skyline College student in good academic standing (2.0 GPA), enrolled in a minimum of 6 units workload during Fall 2024
  • Customer Service Friendly and Student-First Forward attitude
  • Must be dependable, proactive, have strong presentation and oral/written communication skills
  • Must be able to multitask and work independently with minimum supervision and maintain effective work relationships
  • Must have general office computer skills, including fluency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Suite (Drive, Doc, Sheets, Slides) and Zoom
  • General record keeping of confidential files and data management practices
  • Knowledge of matriculation to the Community College and other segments of higher education
  • Communication skills in a second language is desirable
  • Skills to perform administrative and customer service-related tasks
  • Lift printed materials weighing up to 35lbs
  • Subject to a background check and TB test
  • Have a valid CA license and able to drive to and from schools and community organizations as needed
Hours Required Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters (approximately 6-20 Hours/Week). Minimum 8:30-3 pm per shift. One-Year Commitment required.Since our work revolves around the schedules and needs of the schools we serve, the number of work hours available will depend on the availability of the Student Assistants; we cannot guarantee a minimum number of work hours per week.
Department Strategic Partnerships & Workforce Development
Contact for Information Alex Fuentes:
Federal Work Study? Yes

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