Classes are almost in session and many students are still on the hunt for a job before they get to campus. The thing about college is that students don’t have to have any experience to do them as well. Many jobs in college allow students to work on their homework so that’s a double win by itself. Below we have listed some of the top jobs that you will find at Indiana State University.
1. Student Office Assistant – CDCSEP Dept
Are you good at working at a desk or have the qualities to potentially become one? The CDCSEP Department is looking for you! Students must be available to work at least a few hours between 8 in the morning to 7 at night. The staff will work with you to come up with the best schedule that will fit around your classes if hired.
2. Student Desk Manager for Residence Halls
As a student desk manager, students will help to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students. Students will be a part of the community development in housing. Students will also work to provide residents with a wide array of resources that are available for them right on campus.
3. Circulation Stacks Assistant
Are you good at stacking? Students will be able to work in the Circulation and Stacks Department. Students will be able to work at the circulation desk and serve stack. Students will also work in the Teaching Materials collections section where they will sort through materials.
4. Food Service Employee I – Dining Halls
Are you a cook? Dining halls are looking to employ students to help serve and assist with the prepping of food. Students don’t have to have that much experience and will assist where they are skilled at. Students will be working to provide food for students on campus.
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6. Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center
IU works with this center to provide an educational, cultural, and entertainment driven experience for others. Students will be able to work in one of the three indoor theaters, art galleries, or the amphitheater as volunteers. All positions are hands on.
7. Dog Trainer
Students who are wanting to volunteer with an animal can help to train dogs to become disability helpers. Students will mainly be working to teach dogs basic training skills. All dogs can be taken with them to class and anywhere on campus. If you love animals, this is the opportunity for you!