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Student Employment

Listed below are available student employment opportunities for on-campus positions. If you have questions about or are interested in a position, please contact the contact person in the job listing.

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The maximum hourly rate for undergraduate student employees is $10/hour and the maximum hourly rate for graduate student employees is $15/hour.

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Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
English Language Center (ELC) Summer Programs Assistant


​The English Language Center on Drexel's campus hosts several summer programs for international students. There are 3 opportunities to help with the programs from July-September 2017. The 3 programs and job descriptions are listed below:

1. Fullbright Scholars ProgramA 4-week summer training program for incoming international graduate scholars. July 22-August 19. Student workers would meet the Fulbright scholars at the airport and provide other assistance during orientation.

2. International Teaching Assitant Training Program: A 4-week summer training program for incoming international PhD students who will become Drexel TAs. August 11-September 8. Student workers would observe the TAs "mini-lessons" and offer feedback to help them improve their language and teaching skills.

3. University Preparation: A 4-week summer training program for incoming international freshmen. August 12-September 13. Student workers would assist with orientaiton and partcipate in conversation groups. 

Qualifications: 1. must be a current undergraduate Drexel student 2. must be eligible to work in the U.S. 3. must not be working over 20 hours on all on-campus jobs

Department: English Language Center (ELC)

Number of Positions: 15


Contact Information:
Anne Politz

Part-Time College of Arts and Sciences Center City
Social Media Assistant


Action for Early Learning (AFEL) is a collaborative initiative to support quality early childhood education in the 19104 zip code led by Drexel University. AFEL believes that education begins at birth and to that end we primarily focus on: early literacy, quality improvement at 19 childcare centers, knowledge building of parents and families, and kindergarten readiness.

AFEL’s Social Media Assistant will assist with envisioning, creating and managing the community engagement and communication efforts of AFEL through its social media platforms. This includes generating media posts multiple times a week on various platforms, assisting in developing a monthly newsletter to AFEL partners, attending and documenting AFEL events, and assisting in editing promotional items, including videos, flyers, and more. This position could include inputting data into Salesforce and other platforms.

The Social Media Assistant is supervised by the Project Coordinator, who will provide direction to develop communication, project management, and community outreach skills, and ensure the communication work is aligned with AFEL’s long-term project goals. 

Qualifications: Required: Minimum GPA of 2.90 Skills: Fluency with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and WordPress. Ability to generate content from data, empirical work, and community events. Self-motivated with excellent time and project management skills. Strong writing and communication skills for media audience. Graphic design experience. Interest in education, civic engagement, social justice, and community outreach. Attention to detail is a must. Must be available for some evening and weekend events. Applicaiton Intructions: Please submite resume and cover letter to Jillian Reilly at

Department: University & Community Partnerships - Action for Early Learning

Number of Positions: 1

Location: ExCITe Center

Contact Information:
Jillian Reilly

Part-Time Administrative University City Sophomore
Student graphic designer


​Help create designs for a training booklet and other intervention materials for a research project.  This is a paid position. Flexible work hours.

Qualifications: Junior or senior enrolled in a digital design, multimedia or equivalent program. Please send us your resume and portfolio.

Department: Environmental Health and Sciences

Number of Positions: 1


Contact Information:
Katie Hsieh

Part-Time School of Public Health University City Junior
Student video animation artist


​Help create a series of training explainer videos for a research project with nail salon workers.  This is a paid position.  Flexible hours.

Qualifications: Junior or senior enrolled in a digital design, multimedia or equivalent program. Please send us your portfolio.

Department: Environmental and Occuaptional Health

Number of Positions: 1

Location: Nesbitt Hall, 3215 Market St.

Contact Information:
Katie Hsieh

Part-Time School of Public Health University City Junior
Tutor - Math Resource Center


​The Math Resource Center is looking for math tutors in the fall, 2017. The candidate must be confident, have a strong aptitude towards math and able to communicate effectively to the students. Follow the rules and regulations of the center.Treat everyone with respect and willingness to accommodate a diverse group of students. Good customer skill and able to work in a group.  Extra help as needed. The andidate must be trustworthy and dependable. Follow the instructions from the Manager and the Program Assistant.

Qualifications: Completed Math 121 and higher courses with a B+ and higher grade. Able to tutor all math classes lower than Math 121.

Department: Mathematics

Number of Positions: 5

Location: Korman

Contact Information:
Sobha Philip

Part-Time College of Arts and Sciences University City No Particular Level