Student Employment at Trinity
An essential part of Trinity's workforce is made up of the hundreds of students who participate in Student Employment and the Federal Work-study program.
The Student Employment Policy outlines which authorization form students need to complete before their first day of employment. Read and understand the policy in order to decide which type of job is best for you.
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Applying for a Job:
Please review the list of vacant positions for Federal Work Study or Institutional Student Employment, and select a job in which you are interested. Contact the department(s) of interest and schedule an interview.
Once hired, pick up your Federal Work Study (FWS) or Institutional (non-FWS) Employment Agreement from Human Resources. Please note, that prior to the agreement form being issued you will need to complete the I9 and W4 forms. When completing the I9 form, per law, you will be required to attest that you are a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, or an alien authorized to work. I9 List of Acceptable Documents.
Take your "approved" Employment Agreement form to your supervisor to sign, then return the signed form to Human Resources. Only after your completed form is received will you be set up for Payroll.
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