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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
DAC Student Coach


The Drexel Academic and Career Program (DAC) is a pilot program, part of the Life Course Outcomes Program at the A.J. Drexel Autism, providing an inclusive college experience for young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  The DAC program will support students in developing skills to be socially engaged, competitively employed and actively involved in the community. 

DAC Coaches will:

·    Guide, encourage and assist DAC students to achieve their personal goals

·    Support DAC students to develop career interests, make friends, and gain confidence

·    Provide academic support

·    Encourage and assist DAC students in participating in University events and activities 

Qualifications: The ideal DAC Student Coach is: • A Drexel University student in good academic standing • Genuinely interested in the welfare of the DAC student • Has knowledge of the Drexel campus community, clubs, events and services • A leader who is as a positive role model • Confident in their social skills and demonstrates an emotional maturity

Department: A.J. Drexel Autism Institute

Number of Positions: 6


Contact Information:
Elena Marta

Part-Time Administrative University City Sophomore
Disability Resources Test Proctor


​General: The Test Proctor is an integral team member of The Office of Disability Resources (ODR) and

contributes to achieving the mission in advocating for people with disabilities and providing equal

opportunities and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities at Drexel University.

This position is physically located within the alternative testing space on both the University Campus and

the Center City Hahnemann Campus. The Test Proctor will schedule, proctor, and prepare exams for pickup

at this location, assist professors who are unable to give students with disabilities their necessary

accommodations due to a lack of space and/or scheduling conflicts. The Test Proctor will gain foundational

knowledge of federal and local legislation and university policies which together, guide the provision of

disability services at Drexel.


 Efficiently scheduling exams for students upon the delivery of the Test Proctoring Form

 Proctor exams, ensuring students receive their approved accommodations and that the integrity of

exams are maintained.

 Prepare exams to be picked up by professors, further ensuring the security of the exams is


 Work closely with other ODR staff members in the creation and provision of books, exams, and

other materials in alternative formats.

 Maintaining an up-to-date list of on- and off-campus resources.

 Learn the Clockwork database used for tracking and scheduling exams.

 Provide excellent customer service to students, faculty, and staff.


Qualifications: Be a current graduate student of Drexel University  Have the ability to work 8-20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday  Possess excellent communication, organization, time management, and writing skills  Have availability for more than two terms NO EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!

Department: Office of Disability Resources

Number of Positions: 7

Location: Academic Building, 3rd Floor, 3225 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA

Contact Information:
Susan Harmon

Part-Time Administrative University City Graduate
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
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