Student Employees

The Center for Community Engagement hires Seattle U students in various roles both based at the Center and at school partners in both work-study and non-work study positions. To view all available student jobs, log on to the Redhawk Network powered by Handshake or check the links below.


Not sure what to apply for?  Just e-mail us at or come by our office at the Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation to chat with a staff member who can consult with you on what might be a good fit. We're open Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm at 901 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122


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Community Service Work Study is a federally-supported program administered by Student Financial Services at Seattle University. This form of financial aid provides students with the opportunity to be paid as they engage in community-focused work, including working with pre-kindergarten through 12th grade youth. Click here to learn more about Work Study Award Letters. 



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Jumpstart Corps are work-study positions working with preschool aged youth.  Learn more about JumpStart and the application process here.

K-12 Partner School Workstudy Positions:

  • Academic Mentoring Corps  serve all grade levels, with opportunities for mentorship, coaching, and academic support during the school day and after school. Members are placed at Bailey Gatzert Elementary, Washington Middle School, and Garfield High School. You must be work study eligible to apply for Academic Mentoring Corps. 

Learn more about positions available in our K-12 School Partnerships on ConnectSU in the Seattle University Youth Initiative (SUYI) K-12 Portal.

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Redhawk Reading Corps, and the Seattle University Math (SUM) Corps.  All K-12 Student Employment positions are part-time from 6 (minimum) up to 15 hours per week depending upon school site.

  • SUM Corps members provide leadership for math and science support in the Extended Learning Program after school at Bailey Gatzert Elementary and Washington Middle School. SUM Corps members must be students in the college of Science and Engineering. Work Study is not required.
  • Redhawk Reading Corps members provide leadership for literacy in the Extended Learning Program and school day classroom assistance at Bailey Gatzert Elementary.

To view all available student jobs, log on to the Redhawk Network powered by Handshake. 

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