The following resources are available in Career and Employment Services (CES) to assist you with your search. For more information, call CES at 253.879.3161 or visit Howarth Hall, Room 101.
Currently enrolled students may apply for any (nonwork-study) jobs that are available on campus. Hiring is often competitive for the limited number of vacant positions. Openings (part-time, temporary, and seasonal) are posted in the hallway outside of CES as they become available. You can self-refer to any openings that interest you--postings contain all of the information you need to apply.
LoggerJobs features part-time, summer, and temporary jobs alongside full-time employment. Jobs cover a wide range of opportunities—everything from child-care providers, house-sitters, and local park staff to national camp counselors and paid government interns. Most summer job openings are posted between January and May, but some jobs require early application or hire begin searching for summer opportunities at the end of fall term.
Work-Study Employment (on and off-campus)
Eligible students may pursue employment on or off campus through the work-study program for the academic year and/or summer. Eligibility for work-study is based on financial need and is determined through an application process with Student Financial Services. After a work-study award is made, CES staff members are responsible for referring eligible students to work-study positions on campus, or helping to arrange off-campus work-study jobs. More details >>
Seeking an internship requires much of the same kind of preparation as any job search. There are several CES resources that provide a great place to start your search for an internship. Remember to start your search early, especially if you hope to enroll for academic credit. Arrangements should be made during the months prior to the semester or summer in which you plan to enroll.