Apply for a Federal Work-Study Job in the Financial Aid Office

Apply for a Federal Work-Study Job in the Financial Aid Office.

Just follow the steps below:


  • Have a completed FAFSA on file Hold a High School Diploma or GED Certificate
  • Demonstrate financial need (determined by the FAFSA) Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
  • Be enrolled in at least six credit hours in an eligible program Make Satisfactory Academic Progress


The process of finding a Federal Work-Study at Central Piedmont Community College begins with our online job listings:

  1. Visit Central Piedmont’s Human Resources website at edu/humanresources and click on “Careers at CPCC” on the left side of the page.
  2. Scroll down to “Career Opportunities” and click on “Full-Time and Part-Time Career Opportunities.”
  3. In the yellow “Search Jobs” section, make the following selections:
    • In the “Compensation Type” drop-down menu, select “Classified.”
    • In the “Employment Type” drop-down menu, select “Part-Time.”
    • Click the “Campus” box to select a work
    • Click the magnifying glass icon to begin your
  4. Click on the position you want to apply for and then view the functions and job duties of the
  5. If interested in the position, click on the orange “Apply Now” button located on the top left side of the page. Repeat this process for each job you’re interested in


Contact Jordan Daito, Federal Work-Study program coordinator, for Central Piedmont at 704.330.2722, ext. 3944 or at


Barnes & Noble at CPCC Hiring Temporary Bookseller

Barnes & Noble College is a retail environment like no other – uniquely focused on delivering outstanding customer service. As a temporary bookseller, you interact directly with students, faculty, administration and other customers on a day-to-day basis, turning visitors into loyal customers. You’ll be part of a team that’s passionate about what they do, providing outstanding customer service and ensuring that all customers’ needs are being met. You perform an array of tasks necessary to ensure that merchandise is available for sale and that transactions are completed accurately and promptly. You play an important role in ensuring that we operate a customer-oriented, efficient, cost-controlled, well-merchandised, and profitable bookstore that best serves the academic community and Barnes & Noble College. And best of all, you’ll be part of a company that is consistently rated as a great place to work – and where employees love what they do.

Candidates must be a minimum of 16 years of age to be considered for employment. Outstanding communication and customer service skills are required.  The ideal candidate will have the ability to multi-task and feel comfortable utilizing computers.  Candidates must be flexible with scheduling work days and hours. 

Interested? Please visit

Get Ready for the CPCC Career Fair on Thursday, March 9!

Are you getting ready to graduate and need to find a full-time job? Thinking about a part-time job for the summer? Just curious about what a career fair might be like? Career Fair

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then make time to come to the CPCC Career Fair on Thursday, March 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  It will be hosted by Career Services in the Worrell Gym on Central Campus, and will feature more than 60 employers who are all currently hiring! 

Now is the time to begin researching employers and make sure your resume is career fair-ready. Don’t have a resume yet? No problem! Stop by Career Services Drop-In Hours: Central Campus – Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in CH122; Levine Campus – Tuesdays from noon-2 p.m. in LV1408. You can also make an appointment with a career counselor:

Complete event information is available on the Career Services website: Use #CPCCGetHired to find more information on social media. See you there!


Are You Ready for the CPCC Career Fair?

Mark your calendar for Thursday March 5, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m for the CPCC Career Fair. More than 95 companies will be at the Grady Cole Center to discuss full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. 2015 Career Fair logo

What should you be doing now to get ready for next month’s job searching event?

Have your resume reviewed by a career counselor. You have three options for doing so:

Get your professional attire ready.

  • Professional dress is required for admission to the event.
  • Dress to impress the employers.
  • Visit the Career Services Pinterest board for tips on what to wear.

Research companies attending the career fair.

Be sure to visit the Career Services career fair tips page for additional resources.



Looking for a Job? Attend the Career Fair

Career Services will host more than 80 employers at the 2013 Career Fair on Thursday, March 7, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center.  More than 20 new companies have registered in the past week!  See the list of what companies are signed up here.Career Fair

Whether you’re graduating in May and looking for something full-time in your field or looking for something part-time while you attend classes, the Career Fair is a great way to get new job leads.

Why Attend the Career Fair?

  • Every company coming to the fair is hiring.
  • Standing out from the crowd can be difficult when you’re applying for jobs online – the Career Fair gives you a chance to make a great impression in-person.
  • Even if you’re not looking for a job, meeting employers and making connections will pay off in the future.

What can you do to get ready?

  • Prepare early by visiting Career Services:  Contact our Central campus office at 704.330.6551, CH 365 or view contact information for Career Services at other campuses.
  • Create a professional resume and a get a professional resume review.
  • Follow the Career Services Blog for advice.
  • Bring your CPCC Student ID  to skip long lines and be admitted at the student entrance.

The CPCC Career Fair is open to anyone who is looking for a job; please tell your friends and family!  Visit for more event info and tips to prepare.

See you March 7!