Non-profit organizations may be eligible to participate in the Federal Work-Study (FWS) employer program to hire eligible Dartmouth undergraduate students to work part-time for their organization at a reduced cost. These unique work experiences offer eligible students the opportunity to work in non-profit organizations throughout the Upper Valley and beyond. Federal Work-Study will cover 75% of the student’s wages and the contracted non-profit organization is responsible for the remaining 25%.
In order to be eligible for this program, an organization must be a non-profit organization and be able to submit proof of that status. A job description for the student will need to be filled out. This job cannot displace any current worker nor can the non-profit organization have other members of the organization doing this same job without pay. If the organization hires someone other than a work-study student for this same job, that person will also have to be paid the same gross wage that the work-study student is paid. More details are available in our Non-Profit FWS Program Employer Guide.
If you are a non-profit organization interested in considering this opportunity, please contact the Student Employment Office.
Local private individuals or businesses who wish to hire Dartmouth students on a part-time (often 'short-term') basis are welcome to post these off-campus employment opportunities through our Student Employment Portal.
Retail, office, childcare, yard care, and tutoring positions are some examples of current and past postings. Summer job listings from near and far are also welcome. We will post jobs for food servers, but for liability reasons, we do not post positions looking for student bartenders for private or home parties. Additionally, we will never post positions that are 'commission-only', where applicants must pay a fee, unpaid opportunities, or on behalf of third-party recruiters who cannot disclose the company and brand name they are representing.
Please note: All internship opportunities or professional, post-graduate employment listings should be posted on the Center for Professional Development website.
Follow the steps outlined in the Non-Dartmouth Employer JobX Instructions training materials (pdf) to request access (pgs. 1-6). Once your access has been granted, continue on page 7 of the training materials to create & post a job.
To create & list a job, follow the steps outlined in the Non-Dartmouth (External) Employer JobX Instructions
- How do students find these jobs?
- How do students apply for my job?
- How do I review applicants if I opted to use Dartmouth’s online application?
- How can I remove my job after I no longer need it listed?
Students can review the job listings in the JobX system, and they also are encouraged to register for JobMail alerts. If a student registers for JobMail, they receive and email when a new job is posted that matches their interests.
It depends on what you indicated when you created it! If you opted to use our online application, they can apply with one click upon reviewing the job. If you indicated a different preference in your job listing, they will follow the instructions you provide in your listing.
Follow the instructions to Manage applications (review, interview, decline applicants & report hires to Dartmouth): pdf
Follow the instructions to Edit or update a job’s details or status: pdf (move to Active, Not Listed to remove the listing)
Dartmouth College Student Employment listing services are provided free of charge to employers and to student job seekers.
- All hiring and compensation for work performed by student employees is handled directly between the student and the employer.
- All conversations regarding pay-rate, expected hours, dress, code of conduct and expectations of employment should be discussed prior to the student being hired.
- It is expected that the job will pay minimum wage or higher. The Student Employment Office does not mandate specific wages for particular student jobs.
- The Student Employment Office does not perform background checks on students applying for jobs, nor on employers posting job opportunities. Employers and students are encouraged to request reference information from each other as needed to establish qualifications, credentials and overall fit between the employer and the student applicant.
All job listings are posted at the discretion of the Student Employment Office (SEO). SEO will not post jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of age, sex, pregnancy, race, color, marital status, religion, sexual harassment, national origin, physical disability, mental disability or sexual orientation. Additionally, we will never post positions that are 'commission-only', where applicants must pay a fee, unpaid opportunities, or on behalf of third-party recruiters who cannot disclose the company and brand name they are representing. SEO reserves the right to refuse to post jobs that do not support the interests of the college and/or the students.
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 position listed through the JobX, 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.
While job listings are intended to reach Dartmouth College students, employers must expect that jobs may be viewable by the general public.