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Student Employment


The Financial Aid Services Office provides employment assistance to currently enrolled Daytona State College students and provides employment verifications. The Student Employment Coordinator collaborates with faculty, staff and employers in providing federal work-study, institutional work-study, community service and other eligible work-based programs. The Financial Aid Services Office is located on the Daytona Beach Campus in the Wetherell Student Services Building (Building 100, Room 104). The Student Employment Coordinator may be reached at (386) 506-3023.

Federal Work-Study (FWS) - The Federal Work-Study program is a federally-funded, need-based employment program available to Daytona State students. Eligibility is based on the student's financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Jobs are located at all of the college's campuses.

Community Service (FWS) - Community service Federal Work-Study is a federally-funded, need-based employment program available to Daytona State students.  Eligibility is based on the student's financial need as determined by the FAFSA. These jobs can be located on or off campus in a non-profit organization.

Community Service "Tutors" (FWS) - Community service is a federally-funded, need-based employment program available to Daytona State students. Students work as reading or math tutors. The tutors assist children to develop reading or mathematics skills. Such skills are necessary for the children's education and for future employment.  Eligibility is based on the student's financial need as determined by the FAFSA. These jobs can be located on or off campus.

Institutional Work-Study (IWS) - The Institutional Work-Study program is funded by Daytona State. Eligibility is not based on financial need. These jobs are located on campus, and funds are limited.

Florida Work Experience Program (FWEP) - The Florida Work Experience Program is a need-based program funded by the state of Florida. The purpose of the program is to introduce eligible students to work experience that will complement and reinforce their educational program and career goals, and provide a self-help student aid program. Eligibility is based on the student's financial need as determined by the FAFSA. Students must enroll for a minimum of six credit hours and meet Florida's residency requirement. Participating in the Florida Work Experience Program is an initial stepping-stone to building your employment history.  These jobs can be located on or off campus.

Last Updated: 4/1/14