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Student Job Opportunities

April 22, 2016

Looking for a spring job opportunity? Apply to work with the Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages, or the offices of STS, Public Policy and Sociology.

Program Assistant Work Study: Department of Global Studies & Modern Languages
The Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages, home to the programs in International Area Studies, Africana Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, and Modern Languages, is looking for a program assistant. Duties include organizing events, research for the programs, and general office duties.

Our ideal candidate must be reliable, preferably self-directed and interested in any of the fields we represent. 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.

Regrettably, current IAS majors/minors, as well as WGST, AFAS and language minors, cannot be considered for this position. Please make sure that you are work-study eligible before applying.

Please contact Kate Hughes for more information at

Department Assistant Work Study: Offices of STS, Public Policy & Sociology
The Centers for Science, Technology and Society (STS) and Public Policy, and the Department of Sociology, are looking for a work-study department assistant. The position involves physical and electronic filing, information collection and organization, light editing, help with set-up and breakdown of lectures and panel discussions, deliveries (not heavy) and other duties as assigned by the assistant director.

Applicants must be responsible, prompt, organized, detail-oriented, and able to do light Internet research and work in Excel and Word. Graphic design skills or image research skills are a plus but not necessary. Opportunities are available for students to work 10-20 hours per week. Must have federal work-study in financial aid package. The position pays $9.50 per hour for undergraduates, and $10.50 per hour for grad students.

Please contact Irene Cho for more information at