On-Campus Jobs

Jobnet

Jobnet is the Student Employment Office's online listing of on-campus and approved off-campus federal work-study student employment opportunities. Every position listed on Jobnet is paid by Dartmouth College. Only "active" jobs (those needing to be filled) can be viewed on Jobnet. To get the broadest possible search results, select only the Term for which you want to search, then click the "Search Jobnet" button.

Most positions are open to all students, regardless of work-study eligibility. If you do not have a Federal Work-Study award from Financial Aid, be sure to uncheck the "Work-Study only" box.

Each position announcement includes the job description and requirements, when and how to apply, and the name of the contact person.

If you do not have a Federal Work-Study award from Financial Aid, be sure to look at the 'comments' section of a position posting for the phrase "Will consider non work study as well" to know whether you are eligible for the position or not. Most positions are open to all students, regardless of work-study eligibility.

Students who are not U.S. citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents are not eligible for Federal Work-Study, but may still be eligible for on-campus employment if their visa status allows work and if they have obtained any required permission from OVIS.  If you see a position listed on Jobnet that specifies that it is "work-study only," you are NOT eligible to apply. (These are most often positions at off-campus Community Service Agencies.) Students who wish to work for one of the Dartmouth Professional schools should ensure that the payment is from Dartmouth College and should consult their OVIS advisor if they have questions.   

Each position announcement includes the job description and requirements, when and how to apply, and the name of the contact person.

Network

Talk to friends, professors and staff across campus about possible job opportunities. Not all positions are posted online. If you see another student performing a job that interests you, ask them about it. It is acceptable to ask for the supervisor to express your interest and inquire if they may be hiring!

 

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