Find On-Campus Student Employment

Schreiner University typically employs over 400 students each year, through a combination of work-study positions, other types of student employment jobs and MOUNTAINEER Internships. Working at Schreiner is ideal for students due to convenient location, flexible scheduling, social networking, and developing relevant, transferable skills. If you need extra funds to meet expenses, then working at Schreiner University can help.

How to FIND and APPLY for an ON-CAMPUS job:

  1. Go to HANDSHAKE and complete your profile: Upload documents such as your Resume, Cover Letter, Recommendation Letters and a Work-Study Employment Application form: Schreiner_Work-Study_Employment_Application.pdf) to Handshake. Be sure to upload your resume and your Work-Study Application form as they are required to apply for jobs. NOTE: If you haven’t logged on to Handshake before, you must register an account with your Schreiner student email.
  2. Search for and apply to jobs: Click on Jobs in the upper right corner of your profile page and filter by clicking the On-campus button. This will show you available jobs on campus, listed in the left margin of your page. Click on each job to read the description and Apply for as many as you choose.
  3. Supervisors are notified by email when you apply. It is up to them to contact you for a job interview at their discretion. If you don’t hear back from them within a week, contact them directly through Schreiner email. NOTE: Contact the Coordinator of Meaningful Work for specific Supervisor information.
  4. Once you have received and accept a job offer, you must complete payroll orientation before beginning work (see below).

Types of Student Employment:

(Note: All types of Student Employment fulfill a Meaningful Work Certificate requirement)

Work-Study Positions:

  • There are three types of work-study positions open to Schreiner students:
    1. Federal Work-Study
    2. Institutional Work-Study
    3. Community Service Work-Study
  • Federal Work-Study is open to Schreiner students who have received and accepted Federal Work-Study in their Financial Aid Package. If you have not received a Federal Work-Study offer in your Financial Aid package, but you believe you may qualify for work-study, please contact Financial Services – Financial aid | Schreiner University
  • Institutional Work-Study is open to those students who do not qualify for Federal Work-Study.
  • Community Service Work-Study is open to students who receive federal work-study and who are interested in working with a local nonprofit or public agency off campus.
  • Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week.
  • Pay rates are as follows: Level I-$10.00/hr., Level II-11.00/hr., Level III-$12.00.
  • Contact David Reast for more information about Work-Study positions:

Other types of Student Employment:

  • All Schreiner students are eligible for jobs that are not part of the work-study program. These include Schreiner Ambassadors, Mountaineer Mentors, Resident Assistants, Research Assistants, Lifeguards and others.
  • Students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week.
  • Compensation for these positions may be in the form of tuition assistance, scholarships, grants, and in-kind benefits.
  • Campus jobs and paid internships are also available with Chartwells, our campus food services and catering provider (Careers – Chartwells Higher Ed).
  • Contact David Reast for more information about the various types of student employment:

 Mountaineer Internships:

  • Open to all Schreiner students.
  • Paid on-campus internship in a department related to your major (eligible for Work-Study).
  • Minimum of 10 weeks.
  • Typically one semester, but the potential to extend into an additional semester.
  • Limited positions on campus.
  • Fulfills a Meaningful Work Certificate requirement.
  • Students may also use this program for academic credit (subject to requirements of major/degree plan).
  • Contact David Reast for more information about Mountaineer Internships:

Information and Training for Student Employees:

  • Students new to campus employment must attend a payroll orientation session BEFORE beginning work. Payroll Orientation is conducted every Wednesday and Thursday from 2:00-3:30 pm in the Human Resource Services office.
  • Please contact David Reast with any questions regarding work-study and/or internships:
  • Please contact Carrie Rodgers ( with any questions regarding payroll.