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Student Employment

Thank you for your interest in joining the Office of Student Involvement as a student leader at Clover Park Technical College. At CPTC, there are a variety of ways that students can get involved on campus. Supported by the Services and Activities Fees collected from every student’s tuition, the Office of Student Involvement and Associated Student Government (ASG) provides programming, campus organizations, and leadership opportunities to all students. 

We are looking for students to fill the following positions which are paid $10.43/hour, job descriptions included below:

  • Peer Ambassador (8-12 hours/week)
  • Club and Organizations Officer (Student Council) (12-16 hours/week)
  • Committee member (2-6 hours/month)

To Apply for these positions, please fill out the online application and submit it no later than Tuesday, August 30.  After you submit you application, along with the name of a reference, we will contact that reference by email to fill out a Confidential Reference Form.  You must complete the online application as well has have a Confidential Reference Form submitted in order to be considered for a position.

Click here for ONLINE APPLICATION - Note, you must complete the application in one sitting.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to stop by The Office of Student Involvement or email us!

Cal Erwin-Svoboda  
Director of Student Involvement & Event Services or 253-589-5644


Peer Ambassador (8-12 hours/week)

The Peer Ambassador Program is coordinated by the Office of Student Involvement. The program serves as a leadership opportunity for students who are dedicated to serving and representing Clover Park Technical College. Ambassadors are paid student employees who coordinate peer help desk activities, conduct walking tours of the campus, and participate in special events related to student retention.

Club and Organizations Officer (Student Council) (12-16 hours/week)

Serve on Student Council.  Be responsible for student advocacy, support the coordination efforts of all emergency services such as assisting students with information regarding social and health services.  They shall work as an advocate for clubs, student funded organizations, initiatives and co-curricular programs. Advocate for, and be direct contact for concerns, for South Hill Campus.

Committee member (2-6 hours/month)

Clover Park student have an opportunity to serve on a variety of committees as part of shared governance and the decision making process of the Associated Student Government.  Past example of committee have been: the S&A budget committee, appeals hearings, tenure committees, and special focus groups.  You would be called upon, on an as needed basis.