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3 TYPES OF PROGRAMS Campus Employment On-Campus Federal Work Study Off-Campus Federal Work Study Students in both programs are paid hourly according to the pay scales of the Manhattanville College’s Student Employment Job Classification System.  Most campus jobs are listed in August for the Fall semester and December for the Spring semester, but opportunities may develop midsemester.

CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT The College employs a large number of full-time students and pays them from its own resources. Students who are not eligible for Federal WorkStudy awards may apply for employment under the Campus Employment Program (Non-Federal Work-Study) at the beginning of the each semester. To be eligible, the student must be a current Manhattanville undergraduate.   Please note that certain departments may have only Federal Work-Study positions available. 

FEDERAL WORK STUDY Federal Work-Study (FWS) is a financial award which allows a student with demonstrated financial need to earn a portion of his/her educational expenses by working in a position on or off campus. Once hired, students are paid biweekly.  Earnings are not directly applied to student accounts.   To determine eligibility or apply for FWS please contact the Financial Aid Office. If a student chooses not to earn the FWS money, the award remains unclaimed. The award may not be transferred to the next academic year or to another student.       FWS students can also be paid from their award for working in Off-campus community service for approved public or private not-for-profit organizations.   Off Campus Federal Work Study In addition to on-campus jobs, the Center for Career Development maintains up-to-date part-time, fulltime, and temporary employment opportunities for students with Federal Work Study funds. 


information for international students Students on F-1 visas may work under limited circumstances. In most cases, international students cannot work offcampus without the prior authorization of the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services.   They should review the regulations in the OISS before coming to the CCD. International students are not eligible for the Federal Work-Study Program.

Office of International Students and Scholars

914-323-5168 Founders Gallery / Room E or F

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR NEW HIRES & RE-HIRES Student Employment Agreement Hiring Addendum Copy of your  Web Advisor schedule

Tax Forms: W-4 Form, I-9 Form, IT2104 Form  (new hires


Forms of Identification          

(new hires only)

Blank forms are available online at the CCD website or in Founders G-4. All new hires must present acceptable I.D.s to establish identity and employment eligibility. Some acceptable documents include: Original Social Security Card, U.S. Passport, U.S. Birth Certificate, or Resident Alien Card.

These regulations are administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. As per their instructions, we can only accept original ID’s. (Please see page 5 of the I-9 Form for a full list of acceptable IDs.)

HOW TO APPLY TO CAMPUS JOBS Log In to your Handshake account! Students may consult the job listings on Handshake. Students may also inquire at individual offices and departments about available positions.  Students are encouraged to actively investigate job opportunities. No student is guaranteed on-campus employment.   Most campus jobs are listed in early August for the Fall semester and December for the Spring semester. 


TO VIEW JOB LISTINGS STEP 1: LOG-IN & COMPLETE YOUR PROFILE 1. Go to: 2. Select: LDAP Authentication 3. Enter your Manhattanville Username (email) and Password. (same as your Web Advisor) 4. Complete your profile.  5. Upload a resume (will need to be approved by a CCD staff member)

STEP 2: SEARCH FOR & APPLY TO ON-CAMPUS JOBS 6. On your home page, click Jobs on the top menu bar 7. Click On-Campus to filter your results 8. Select the position(s) of interest 9. Click the green Apply button (you must have an approved resume on file)

TYPICAL CAMPUS JOBS OFFICES THAT HIRE TYPICAL POSITIONS STUDENTS OFFERED Academic Advising Admissions Annual Fund Biology Career Development Chartwell Catering Chemistry Dance & Theatre Facilities IT Library Post office Res Life Student Center

Office Assistant Office Assistant/Tour Guide Phonathon Assistant Lab Assistant Office Assistant Food Services Asst Lab Assistant Scene/Set Shop Assistant Castle Receptionist Help Desk Assistant Library Assistant Post Office Assistant Maintenance Assistant Fitness Center Monitor

OFF-CAMPUS FWS ORGANIZATIONS Carver Center ** Coachman Family Center ** Purchase Community House * Purchase Free Library * White Plains Public Library White Plains Youth Bureau **

Carver Tutor Coachman Tutor Recreation Leader Library Assistant WPPL Tutor WPYB Tutor

** = Transportation     Provided * = In Walking      Distance

THINKING ABOUT DIRECT DEPOSIT? Determine how you want to get paid!

PROS: • It saves trips to your bank. • It saves time in depositing or cashing checks—no more waiting in long lines. • It eliminates the possibility of lost or stolen  checks. • Your money is deposited faster—reduces   the possibility of overdrafts. • No more worries on picking up paychecks  from your campus mailbox during college  breaks or holidays.   CONS:   None

Stop by our main office in Founders G-4 to pick up a Direct Deposit enrollment form!

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS? Contact our office at, or call us at (914)-323-5484

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