Students have a chance to get a job on or even off campus. Most jobs work with students to work around their full schedule of classes and clubs that they have joined. Jobs in college often require little to no work experience. Below we have listed some of those jobs so that you too can find the perfect fit for you at Jacksonville State University.
1. Learning Resource Center Student Worker
This job consists of working in an office and gym. Students will assist faculty and staff with preparation to conduct research and classroom instruction. Students will also be able to learn about the operational and administrative skills needed for operating a front desk.
2. Student Assistant – Career Services
Students will be able to perform research and administrative duties for the Career Center. Students will also be able to assist students at the front desk to check into the career Center. This center is to promote internship and job opportunities to those on and off campus.
3. Resident Assistant
Do you want a chance to interact with students and give back to your community all while getting paid for it? Resident assistants will live in the dorms reduced or free and advise residents in their hall. Students will be assigned to a resident adviser as they become available.
4. ACE Athlete Tutor
This job consists of tutoring athletes. Students on athletic teams are called a student-athlete for a reason, they are a student first. Grades are just as important because they are what keep athletes on their sports teams and eligible to continue to play. Tutors will be able to tutor different subjects based on what they already know.
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6. University Student Assistant-Telemarketer
This job will consist of working on the phone. Students will develop communication skills that are needed for providing friendly services to others. Students will also learn about telecommunication technology during their training sessions.
7. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
This is a volunteer opportunity that consists of working with the Community Response Emergency Team. Students will be able to learn about basic disaster responsible skills, fire safety, search and rescue, and basic medical skills. Students will also be provided with free training.