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Student Job Opportunities

May 21, 2019

Sharpen your professional and research skills, earn extra money and gain valuable experience with these work study job opportunities!

College of Arts and Sciences

Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Assistant

The College of Arts and Sciences is hiring a work-study student for its Marketing, Communications and Recruitment team! Applicants should be creative, organized and possess strong communication and time-management skills.

Projects include, but are not limited to: booking rooms and catering orders for College events, managing the College’s weekly events email, ordering promotional items, preparing marketing materials and assisting with day-of tasks for College events, scheduling meetings, writing and editing select College communications, and other duties as assigned.

Interested? Contact Diane Holliday, assistant director of marketing and communications, at

Global Studies and Modern Languages

Academic Office Assistant

The ideal candidate is reliable, self-directed and interested in any of the fields related to the global studies and modern languages department. A basic understanding of Word and Excel is desirable. Our office maintains a genial and inviting environment, and allows for flexibility in the work-study schedule. Duties include event support, program research, and general office duties.

Students cannot be a current global studies major, on co-op, or pursuing a minor in global studies, anthropology or women’s and gender studies. Contact Jessica Kratzer, department administrator for global studies and modern languages, for more information.

Modern Languages Tutor

Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Korean, Japanese and Spanish

Language tutors are nominated and trained by language faculty to assist lower-level students with speaking and writing assignments in one-one-one sessions. Language tutors do not correct grammar or vocabulary directly; they identify patterns of mistakes (such as verbs, pronouns, pronunciation, etc.) and go over those grammatical points with the student.

Some knowledge of grammar and how learning a second language works is required (i.e., being a native speaker is not enough). Contact Brenda Dyer, director of modern languages and associate teaching professor of French, at for more information.