College of the Mainland offers students excellent training plus the opportunity to obtain hands-on workplace experience.
Work-study students gain financial assistance, expand their professional experience and develop interpersonal skills. College of the Mainland offers three work-study programs:
- College Employment Program
- Federal Work-Study Program
Work-Study Job Description Form
All prospective work-study employers must complete the Work-Study Job Description Form to begin the process of requesting a work-study student employee.
Submit the completed form to the Financial Services Office, Attn: Work-Study Coordinator (Electra Long James) through institutional mail, fax it to 409-935-2435 or drop it off at the office Room A-149 (Enrollment Center). This information will help the Financial Services Office match the needs of the hiring department with the most qualified work-study student. Only one form needs to be submitted per position, but more than one work-study student can be employed in the same job if the hiring department has the need.
If you have questions about the form, please contact Electra Long James at 409-933-8399.
Student Employment Application
To apply, students must complete all parts of the following packet:
Submit completed forms to:
Electra Long James
Student Financial Services Office
Room A-149 (Enrollment Center)
Students will need two forms of identification when submitting the application (e.g. driver's license, birth certificate, Texas ID, Social Security card, COM Student ID). For questions regarding the application, contact Electra Long James at 409-938-8399.
All students applying for work-study positions must consent to a criminal background check. Students not approved for employment as a result of the background check will be re-evaluated for placement by the director of human resources or his/her designee. No student can begin working until all required paperwork is completed and reviewed and the work-study coordinator has issued authorization to begin working.