Hang out on campus and get paid for it - can't get much better than that! Whether you're grooming monkeys, booking bands, fixing computers, or checking out books, working on campus is a great idea!
- Network with faculty and staff
- Flexible hours
- Interact with people your peers
- Locations convenient to classes
- Use the experience to compliment your academic work
Check out the resources below to find the perfect on-campus job for you and start reaping the benefits of working close to home.
On-Campus Job Resources
Libraries: Find out about working at one of the many libraries on campus.
UW Student Job Center:Listing of both on and off campus jobs.
Steenbock Job Hunting on the Internet Tips: Career and job searching websites and resources and example resumes cover letters and over all tips.
International Careers: Thinking of going global, check out the linked site for opportunities abroad.
Office of Student Financial Aid Work Study Program:On-campus jobs limited to students who qualify for Federal Work-Study as part of their financial aid package.
Letters & Science Career Services Non-Profit Jobs:For tips on finding a job in the non-profit sector.
UW-Housing Campus Jobs - Parent Reference:A resource to answer all of the rents questions about your employment while in college.
School of Business Career Center:If you’re looking to succeed in business, the Career Center is your first step.
Environmental Career Information: Information regarding environmental careers, internships and professional development for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Rec Sports Intramural Jop Opportunities: Get involved in the behind-the-scenes aspects of the Rec Sports Program.