Student Employment and Leadership Opportunities

There are many ways for students to get involved at Clackamas Community College through employment and leadership opportunities. All of these opportunities provide you compensation with either an hourly wage or tuition waiver in exchange for your contribution on campus. Apply today!

RoleCompensationQualificationsHow to ApplyHours/Additional Info

Associated Student Government (ASG)

Serve on the representative body for students, while also focusing on campus events, community wellness, student grants or multicultural affairs.

Tuition waiver
  • Currently enrolled student
  • 2.0 GPA or higher
Submit Application

Varies

Different levels of positions have varied number of weekly required hours. Option to take free two-credit leadership course.

Federal Work-Study

Work in a wide variety of college departments learning job skills and helping staff in various tasks.

Hourly wage through the Federal Work Study program (financial aid)
  • Currently enrolled student
  • Qualifies for Federal Work Study (financial aid)
Federal Work Study and  Student OpportunitiesDepends on position

New Student Mentor

Provide direct outreach and support to incoming and first-term students.

Hourly wage
  • Currently enrolled student
  • Good academic standing
  • Eligible for employment
Submit Interest Form

8-10 hours per week

Option to take free two-credit leadership course.

Peer Assistant

Assist one of several front-line departments to serve fellow students.

Tuition waiver
  • Currently enrolled student
  • Good academic standing
Submit Application

Ranges between 6-10 hours per week

Option to take free two-credit leadership course.

Peer Mentor/Peer Tutor

Help students succeed in academic courses.

Hourly wage (Student Tutor) or tuition waiver (Peer Mentors)
  • Currently enrolled student
  • Prefer 3.25 GPA or higher
  • See application for specific requirements
Applications on the Tutoring Services webpageVaries

Roles and opportunities

Associated Student Government Serve on the representative body for students, while also focusing on campus events, community wellness, student grants, or multicultural affairs.

Federal Work-Study Work in a wide variety of college departments learning job skills and helping staff in various tasks.

Join a Club at Clackamas Meet new people, develop your leadership skills and contribute to the college community.

Multicultural Center Celebrate the diversity of our students and staff, and provide support services and educational opportunities to our college community.

Peer Assistant Assist one of several front-line departments to serve fellow students.

Peer Mentor/Peer Tutor Provide direct outreach and support to incoming and first-term students.