• Work-Study


    Coastal Bend College offers student employment through a program called work-study. The Federal and Texas Work-Study programs are employment opportunities given to students based on need. These programs allow the student to work on campus while attending Coastal Bend College.  


    Frequently Asked Questions:   Additional Information   
    Work-Study Opportunities

    How do I become a work-study?
    Students must first complete the FAFSA and additional paperwork required by the CBC's Financial Aid Department. Students will sign up in the Financial Aid office if interested in work-study. Calls will be made the second week of school to perspective students to set up interviews with the Financial Aid Director. Students will meet with the director to discuss available employment and be sent to interview with offices. 

    Why should I become a work-study?
       • Flexible work schedule around classes
       • Work 10-15 per week
       • Paid federal minimum wage of $7.25
       • Excellent resume builder
       • Great way to create work references

    Who is eligible for work-study?
    Students must have documented financial need based on their FAFSA, EFC, and awards. They must be enrolled in six hours per semester and be in good academic standing with the Financial Aid Office.

    The following departments are currently involved in utilizing work-study students: 
    Beeville    Alice   Kingsville   Pleasanton  
    Accounting  Academic Success
    Academic Success Coach  Academic Success Coach 
    Admissions  Administrative Office   Administrative Office   Administrative Office 
    Art Department  Business Technology Department  Cosmetology Department  Library 
    Athletics   Library  Library     
    Biology Department  Talent Search     
    Business Office  Welding Department       
    CIT Department         
    Financial Aid         
    Human Resources         
    Radiology Department          
    Student Success Center            
    Talent Search          
    Testing Center          
    Upward Bound           
    Upward Bound Rural