Jobs and Opportunities at Binghamton University

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Binghamton University a public research university with its main campus in Binghamton, New York. This school has a 42% acceptance rate. Binghamton offers many opportunities and jobs for students to take advantage of, so here’s 7 of their student jobs!

1. Research Assistant

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Students working as research assistants are expected to help researchers with their work, including data entry/collection, table making, cleaning and more. Previous research experience and knowledge is preferred. A minimum of 20 hours per week are needed.

2. Dining Assistant

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Students who work as dining assistants help maintain and clean the dining halls, help prepare and serve food, and set up the dining halls. This job requires 10-20 hours per week, and is relatively easy to get due to its low requirements.

3. Health Services Assistant

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Students can apply for a desk job at the health services at Binghamton University. In this job, students are required to help the health services staff with schedules, calls, files, and more. Students should be available to work for at least 10-20 hrs a week.

4. Dorm Monitor

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As a dorm monitor, students should maintain and watch over dormitories at Binghamton. Students are assigned to one dorm and help sign students in and give out mail, as well as assist the security officer after hours. This job requires at least 20 hours per week.

5. Office Assistant

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The office assistant job requires students to have prior knowledge about office technology such as Excel. The office assistant is assigned to a specific office in a college and is meant to help them with calls, scheduling and more. It requires a minimum of 2o hours per week.

6. Teaching Assistant

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As a teaching assistant, students will help professors with attendance, grading, scheduling, office hours, recitations and more. This job requires a couple screening processes and can become very selective. It requires a lot of hours throughout the week due to class attendance and office hours.

7. OneClass Note Taker

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As a One Class Note Taker, you can take notes and get paid to submit them! When you take notes with OneClass, you not only earn but also get better at studying and focusing during your lectures. Your hours are completely on your own schedule!

Author: Amanda Burnes

I'm a freshman at Syracuse University, who's excited to be writing for OneClass!

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