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Student Worker Qualifications

 

You must be a student enrolled in high school or in a post-secondary or graduate program.

 

Further details:

 

 

 


Related Majors

 

Accounting

Architecture

CAD

Civil Engineering

Civil Technology

Communications

Drafting

Finance

Geography

GIS

Graphics

Human Resources

Information Technology

Landscape Architecture

Law

Mechanical Drafting

Planning

Radio Technicians

Real Estate

Research

Surveying

Urban Studies

Web Design

 


Student Worker Opportunities
(Non Seeds or Phoenix Program)

 

Student workers have a strong presence here at MnDOT. This is due to our commitment, as a workplace of choice, to build and maintain a diverse workforce of individuals with a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences and qualifications. Our student workers bring fresh perspectives, openness to growth and an eagerness to learn.

What is a student worker?

Student worker jobs are designed to provide students in secondary, post-secondary and graduate study with employment that assists them in reaching identifiable educational goals. Please note: MnDOT also offers student internships which differ from student workers. Interns are not considered MnDOT employees. See MnDOT student internship opportunities for more information.

 

Hours
Students typically work part-time during the school year and full-time during the summer and on breaks; specific hours will be determined based on student’s availability and office/supervisor need.

 

Pay
Rates are between $9.70 and $16.17 per hour depending on qualifications and positions available.

 

Benefits
Depending on length of employment and hours worked, students may be eligible for:

 

Students are not eligible for health or dental insurance, pension or other benefits.

 

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