Federal Work Study
Federal College Work-Study provides eligible students the opportunity to work part-time while attending DMACC.
In order to participate in the Work-Study program, students must complete the FAFSA and be offered Work-Study by the DMACC Financial Aid Office. To determine if you have been offered Work-Study, you may review your financial aid awards on Banner Self Service available by accessing myDMACC. Additional information about the program and how to apply for Work-Study jobs is provided in the Student FAQ and Step-by-Step Guide below.
Students who are eligible for the program may apply for Work-Study positions posted on this website. Due to the limited amount of federal funds and limited availability of Work-Study positions, not every qualified student will obtain employment. Jobs are posted year-round as they come available, so check back often.
|Ankeny||Career Center||515-964-6463||Bldg 5|
|Boone||Jamie Sitterle||515-433-5023||Business Office|
|Carroll||Christy Schettler||712-792-8306||Business Office|
|Newton||Jana Van Genderen||641-791-1748||Main Office|
|Urban||Beth Low||515-248-7242||Bldg 1|
|West||Dyann Herweh||515-633-2411||Financial Aid Desk|
|Perry||Dorothy Stoltz||515-428-8100||Front Desk|
|Southridge||Carmen Ramirez||515-287-8704||Front Desk|
|Financial Aid||Sherry Untiedt||515-964-6888||Bldg 1, Financial Aid|