Finding part-time employment on campus is a great way to offset some of your university expenses. At King's, we offer our students a wide range of opportunities to earn a few extra dollars as well as gain valuable work experience.
The Work Study program offers students the opportunity to work flexible hours on campus in jobs that accommodate their schedules. The main objective of the Work Study program is to provide a regular source of income to students in financial need, lessening their overall debt load. The program also offers students valuable job training and experience that will contribute to their skill-set for their eventual entrance into the workforce. Financial need is determined in a manner similar to the Canada and Ontario Student Loans Assessment. It involves assessing a student's program costs and living costs in comparison to the resources available to them.
The International Work Experience (I.W.E.) Program offers an opportunity for International students to work part-time on campus in jobs that accommodate their studies. The objectives of the I.W. E. Program are to offer students training and experience that will assist them in further studies and their eventual entrance into the workforce, to provide an opportunity to contribute to the well-being and success of King’s as well as to provide some source of earnings for International Students.
An on-campus job can be a convenient way to gain valuable work experience and make some money right here at King's while completing your degree. On-campus employment opportunities are available to all King's students. Positions are posted on the King's website.