Santa Rosa Junior College: On Campus Student Employment

About Santa Rosa Junior College: On Campus Student Employment

The Career Hub Embraces SRJC's commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence and prepares students with the professional knowledge, skills, and connections to thrive as they launch their career journey's. On Campus Student Employment positions are considered temporary positions, but you may be rehired beyond the date shown on the job posting. If offered an interview, it is important to ask the length of time the job is anticipated to be for to ensure it's a good fit for your goals.

Who can apply to On Campus Student Employment positions?
• International Students who are enrolled in the minimum number of units as follows:
o Fall/Spring Semester: 12 units
o Summer Session: 3 units

• All non-international students are who enrolled in the minimum number of units as follows:
o Fall/Spring Semester: 6 units
o Summer Session: 3 units

Steps to apply:
1. Complete an eligibility application located at:
2. Once we verify eligibility in the minimum units required, you will receive an email indicating your approval or denial.
3. Apply to specific positions on Handshake and upload all required documents. Please note that transcripts are never required for SRJC on campus positions, but you will be required to upload a copy of your Eligibility Application in this location.

If you would like assistance with creating a resume, cover letter, or practice interviewing please look at the events section of Handshake for the next workshops to assist with these. You can also book an appointment with one of our Career Services staff for assistance.

After applying:
1. Individual departments make the decision on whom they wish to interview. If the department chooses you as a candidate to interview, they will contact you directly.
2. When the department makes a decision on whom to hire, the department will make an offer to the candidate directly.
3. The hiring department will contact the Career Hub who will begin routing paperwork within 72 hours via Adobe Sign and email.
Steps for the new hire process will be included in the first email you receive from the Career Hub.

*Employees must provide documentation to their employers to show their identity and authorization to work. The list of acceptable documents can be found at: acceptable-documents. Questions regarding this can be directly to


Student Employee/Researcher

January 2022 Santa Rosa, CA
“I learned so much about so many different cultures, especially local Native American tribes. I got to examine, research, and handle so many beautiful artifacts and artworks. The ability to apply my passions and skills in art, history, etc. in my everyday job - previously I've worked in customer/food service, where I could make decent money but I wasn't fulfilling any of my personal interests. I feel this job has greatly improved many skills I need for the future in my fields of interest; analyzing trends in art history and history in general, researching from minimal or difficult sources, organizing and curating exhibits, writing professionally and academically ... and the daunting world of Microsoft Office programs and Photoshop. I greatly enjoyed any time I got to use my drawing/artistic skills.”
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