The Alamo Colleges District encourages you to seek part-time, career-related employment to build your resume and begin building your professional career pathway. Employers want college graduates to have work experience, and ideally, work experience in the applicant’s major field of study.
Through our community-based work-study program, students eligible for work-study can choose to work off-campus to gain professional experience in a non-profit or governmental workplace. You can gain in-demand skills, help the community and make career connections while earning the work-study award.
Mention of the Public Fellow and Scholars Interns will not be made until both programs are approved.