Careers offers resources for students looking for full-time or part-time jobs while they pursue their studies. We focus on assisting students with their long-term, post-graduation employment prospects. We encourage students to find work related to their area of study and career interests.
If you are looking for a job, the information below is a brief summary of your options.
To find internship, full-time, and part-time opportunities, use our two online jobs boards.
Career Successlink is a system that enables students to search and apply for jobs and internships.
Local Nonprofessional Jobs and Temporary Positions is a platform used to connect students with opportunities within the community of The New School. These off-campus positions are provided by our neighborhood residents and businesses, so check this job board if you are seeking positions in child care, tutoring, or seasonal work.
Our Resources page also offers many useful links and professional association listings that may be helpful.
Use the resources on The New School website to find part-time opportunities on campus.
All degree students taking at least 6 credits can apply for OCSE jobs (except international students with F-1 or J-1 visa status, who must be enrolled full-time to qualify). These are paid part-time jobs in offices around the university. Students can find lists of available openings and contact information. They must apply directly online for the position in which they are interested, .
If you have been granted federal Work-Study as part of your financial aid package, you can apply for a work-study job on or off campus. Information about federal Work-Study can be found online.
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