Many college students find it helpful to make some extra cash on the side, especially with their schedule that’s already full. Some find it difficult to have a full time job, so part time jobs are always an option for many! They require little to no experience, and sometime students may even get away with doing their homework on site. Below are some of the top jobs and opportunities at Utah State University that you can find!
1. Library Assistant
Are you looking for a job where you can make some easy money? Students will be able to become a library assistant. Library assistants usually help students checkout books at the circulation desk, monitor certain areas, and put books and other materials away as needed.
2. USU Tour Guide
Do you know your way around campus? Remember when it was your first day and you were searching for your classes? Become a tour guide to help your fellow peers search for their classes. Tour guides will help students who are interested in the university learn more about the university as well.
3. Theater Stage/Tech Crew – College of the Arts
Are you interested in learning about the backstage processes of the arts and performances? Students will be able to apply to be on the theater and tech crew. This crew helps to assemble scenery and props for productions, assists with lighting and sound, and more! No experience is needed at all!
4. TRIO-SSS- Statistics Tutor/Mentor
Are you good at statistics? Become a student tutor for the statistics department today! TRIO is looking for you! Students who have a 3.0 at least in their classes are eligible to apply. Tutors have a chance to help other students who are looking for extra help in their classes.
Do you like to take notes or study on your own time? Why not make money for doing it too? Take notes with OneClass and get paid while you go to class. When you take Notes with OneClass, you not only earn but also get better at studying and focusing during your lectures. Become a Notetaker today.
6. USU Recycling Center Volunteer
Student shave the opportunity to volunteer at the Recycling Center. This opportunity requires students to be hands on. You will likely be sorting through paper to put in bins, helping to upkeep the Recycling Center, and emptying out bins from classrooms around campus.
7. USU Health Peer Educator
The Health Center is looking to educate you so that you can educate others! Students will be able to become a peer educator by going through training. Peer Educators create health campaigns for the health department and study the give areas of life. Students will teach others around campus about health.