The questions below are the ones most frequently asked by Dartmouth Students regarding the TempJobs Listserv. If you have other questions or concerns, please contact us!
All kinds! Short term and miscellaneous jobs like child care, yard work, computer set – up, data entry, tutoring, moving help, etc. We also post full time summer work opportunities for near and far locations. The most common full-time summer positions are requests for camp counselors, au pairs, etc.
These jobs are sent via email to subscribers of the SEO TempJob listserv. SEO TempJob is an our online job notification service for part-time jobs that are offered by local private individuals or businesses.
If you wish to be alerted to these job opportunities, you may subscribe to the SEO TempJob listserv and will receive notifications as employment opportunities arise.
You must contact the employer directly. The contact information for each employer will be given in the TempJob email. You are encouraged to respond to these postings as soon as you can because these types of jobs are filled quickly.
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In almost every case, the answer to this question is "no". Students who are not in U.S. or U. S. Permanent Residence status should not accept employment without confirmation that their status in the United States allows work. Students on a Dartmouth sponsored F-1 or J-1 visa may only engage in on-campus employment with Dartmouth College as the employer, unless they have received separate work authorization from the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) and US Citizenship & Immigration Service, and the work is in their field of study.
SEO does not ever recommend that you respond to emails about off-campus employment that you did not personally solicit. Additionally, you should never share any personal information (i.e. social security number) with or send money to anyone you do not personally know. It is a good practice to investigate any company that offers you employment, by using the Better Business Bureau or asking which state the business is registered in. You can look-up businesses registered in the state of New Hampshire here. The Federal Trade Commission website contains lots of hehlpful information you can use if trying to determine whether or not an 'opportunity' is really a scam.Top of page
SEO acts only as a referral service and makes no particular recommendations regarding potential employers or employees. Neither Dartmouth College nor the Student Employment Office makes any representation or guarantee whatsoever about any positions listed through the SEO TempJobs listserv, nor does Dartmouth College or the Student Employment Office assume any responsibility for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of off – campus employment.
Last Updated: 7/22/13