The Job Bank (open job listing) for 2013-14 jobs will be available on AUGUST 5, 2013.
Work-study is a jobs program for students with financial need. CalArts offers both federal work-study and institutional work-study. Work-study is a campus-based program administered by the Financial Aid Office, which sets the packaging guidelines used to award work-study. Work-study eligibility is awarded after grants, scholarships, loans and other aid for which you are entitled.
International students may be eligible for institutional work-study. Employment is limited to jobs located on campus.
You may begin to work once you have completed registration for each semester and have completed the job signup process listed below. Hourly wages are at least the federal minimum wages but may be higher depending on the position. Minimum wage is $8.00 per hour. See the Pay Calculator (pdf) to estimate your earnings. Work-study students are on payroll and are paid every other week. Paychecks can be picked up every other Friday at the Cashier's Office.
When the Institute is in academic session, you may work no more than 8 hours a day and a maximum of 25 hours per week. International students may work up to 20 hours a week. During breaks, you may work no more than 8 hours a day and up to 40 hours per week. See the Payroll Calendar (pdf) for more info.
Search for a Work-Study Job
The Federal Work-Study program encourages recipients to participate in community-based services. CalArts supports this program and has contracted with a number of community service nonprofit organizations interested in hiring students. These jobs are posted at Off-Campus Community Service Work-Study Jobs, and further information can be obtained in the work-study office.