Looking For A Job On Campus?
Working on campus is a great way to gain a variety of experiences and skills to be used in a full-time career after graduating. On campus employers understand that you are a student first, and they work with you to accommodate your academic schedule. Plus, working on campus allows you to be a part of our Seawolf community and meet more people and make connections.
Benefits of Working On-Campus
- Experience: Build your resume
- Convenience: Work in the same place you learn
- Network: Form relationships with staff and other students
- Support: Departments work around your school schedule to provide flexibility
What Types of Positions are Available?
Opportunities range from administrative office work, research opportunities with professors, events staffing, technology support, tutoring, marketing, and communications, acting as ambassadors to university departments and programs, and so much more!
What Are You Waiting For?
Visit Handshake to see who is hiring today. Handhsake is SSU's job search board where students can apply to various job and internship opportunities both on and off-campus.
On Campus Job Opportunities
Want to work at one of the coolest places on campus? Campus Recreation usually hires multiple positions each year. Interact with other Seawolves as they exercise, enjoy the climbing wall, or play table tennis! Find out more information:
We often hire students too! Are you wanting to gain professional and leadership skills on campus? Apply to be a Career Peer at the Career Center! You will have the chance to help other Seawolves prepare for career advising appointments, navigate the department’s resources, and aid in their career exploration process. See open job postings on Handshake.
If you find yourself most at home in the kitchen, it’s your time to join the Culinary Services team! Not only does Culinary Services work around your school schedule, but you get FREE meals during your shift! Find out more information:
Green Music Center
The atmosphere of the GMC is truly something special and working here is just as much fun as attending the events! Be a part of the amazing concerts with a flexible schedule, while also gaining skills in time management, communication, event management, and more. See open job postings on Handshake.
LARC provides peer academic support through three programs: the Writing Center, the Tutorial Program, and the Supplemental Instruction Program. Come join the team and help other peers. Find out more information:
Do you love to help others with the production and enjoyment of events at Sonoma State? The Student Center operations assistants and Info+Tickets staff work closely with our campus community and have a lot of fun while doing it! With professional real-life experience, you will gain skills that will ‘wow’ on a resume! Find out more information: