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  • Jobs and Work-Study

    Career Development offers counseling and other resources for students looking for part-time jobs while they pursue their studies. We encourage students to find work that is related to their areas of study and/or future career interests. If you're looking for a job, sign up for one of our workshops in resume writing, interviewing, and other skills for job seekers.

    Career Development is oriented toward assisting students with their longer-term, post-graduation employment prospects. We are not directly involved in finding jobs for students. For students who are looking for jobs while still enrolled at the university, the information below is a brief summary of their options.

    Off-Campus Employment

    To find part-time or full-time off-campus employment, use our online jobs board, College Central. Note: To gain the highest possible return in your search, search only ACTIVE jobs and leave all other search criteria blank.

    Our Career Development Resources page offers many useful links and professional association listings that may be helpful.

    On-Campus Student Employment (OCSE)

    All degree and professional certificate students taking at least 6 credits can apply for OCSE jobs (except international students with F-1 or J-1 visa status must be enrolled full-time to qualify). These are paid part-time jobs in offices around the university. You must apply directly to the supervisor for the position in which you are interested. Listings of available openings and contact information are found online at the New School Job Site.

    Graduate students seeking academic positions such as teaching assistantships should apply through their academic department.

    Federal Work-Study

    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 is found on the Student Financial Services website.