Top On-Campus Jobs for Your Consideration
You need a job while you’re attending college, so why go off campus to find work? There are many jobs for your consideration, with some just steps away from your dorm room. We shall take a look at various places around campus where you might pitch in…for pay, of course.
1. The library. If you like a quiet setting, then your college library can be the perfect place for you to work. Restock books, help students find periodicals, troubleshoot computers and man the reference desk.
2. The mailroom. Do you like to sort stuff? Don’t think for a moment that a college mailroom is not a busy place. The Internet most certainly has cut down on paperwork, but there are tons of forms, documents and packages that come to the college on a regular basis.
3. The coffee shop. The days of blah coffee on campus are over. Some colleges have figured out that students want great tasting coffee and environmentally responsible coffee too, such as the Larry’s Beans coffee served at UNC. Serve up the best and enjoy sampling your favorite java too.
4. Residence life. You already live in a dorm, you know most of your dorm mates and you have a good feel for the way things run on campus. Perhaps you’re a natural fit for the role of Resident Advisor? An RA’s job responsibility can vary, but you’re in charge of making sure your dorm floor or building is running smoothly, liaising with maintenance crews as needed and reporting to college administration.
5. Tutoring office. You have a knack for advanced calculus or you have the APA style memorized. Perhaps you’re a science geek and love to help other students with their projects. Get paid for what you know and what you love to do by helping your fellow students.
6. College gallery or museum. Your college may have an art gallery or a museum on its premises. If this is so, staff is needed to handle admissions, provide tours, check coats and much more. With increasing responsibility, you may get to work with the lead curator, an important gig for art majors.
7. Career center. Students are either preparing for work or looking for work. Your college career center can help place students in part time jobs and arrange cooperative and work experience programs. Work with companies that are looking for recent graduates and build up your own contacts when you’re looking for work.
You can find work on campus in other departments too. Professors have assistants, students collect tickets at sporting events, and your college’s I.T. department is supplemented by students. Go to your college’s website and find the job listing section. Apply for jobs that are available for students.
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