A limited number of positions are available on the campus for students in good academic standing to serve as laboratory assistants, library assistants, clerical assistants, and maintenance help.
Students interested in student employment must complete the online DACC Human Resources (HR) application. Once completed the Career Services Office will distribute you Referral Form to student worker supervisors who have position openings. These supervisors contact the candidate for interviews using the contact information provided on the application.
Federal Work-Study Program
Students are eligible to participate in the Federal College Work-Study Program if they qualify under the following terms:
College Work-Study Program
Students are eligible to participate in the College Work-Study Program if they qualify under the following terms:
Career & Employment Services Center
The Student Employment service, located in this center, helps students with their full-time, part-time and seasonal employment needs. Career & Employment Services personnel serve as liaisons between DACC students, faculty/staff and potential employers. A computerized service is designed to help the DACC student acquire the skills necessary for successful job searching as well as connect the student with potential employer contacts. Job search information is available in the Career & Employment Center. The Career & Employment Services Center is located in Lincoln Hall, Room 104 or phone 217-443-8597.