The Student Employment Office seeks to provide Dartmouth College students with successful employment opportunities today to assist them to be the capable, ethical and effective leaders of tomorrow.
This site has been developed to assist you in your search for hourly paid employment. A great place to start is by reviewing our Student Employment Handbook (pdf).
The Student Employment Office
The Student Employment Office (SEO) assists all students in their job search for both on-campus and local community opportunities. Employment provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and to contribute to the cost of a Dartmouth education. Below are a few services SEO offers:
- managing job listings through JOBNET, the student employment database
- managing job listings through the SEO-TEMPJOBS listserv
- providing employment-related counseling for students and employers
- developing student employment opportunities on campus and in the local communities of the Upper Valley
Our office is located within the Office of Human Resources and managed by the Operations Manager (Kari Jo Grant, MSEd) and a team of student Student Administrative Assistants. Please call or email us with any questions. If we are not immediately available, we will respond within one business day.
Student Employment Office
7 Lebanon St., Suite 203
Mission & Office
The Student Employment Office provides employment resources to all students who wish to work to meet educational expenses or to gain work experience as part of their education.
The objectives of the Student Employment Office are: to provide standardized practices and procedures for Student Employment; to provide a centralized information system for student employment opportunities; to enhance the awareness of student employment; to provide learning opportunities; and to increase the number, variety, and quality of on- and off-campus employment opportunities.
About Our Office
The Student Employment Office was first established in 1994 to give Dartmouth students the opportunity to satisfy the work-study component of their financial aid package. It has since expanded to give all Dartmouth students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience while attending classes. Students are given the opportunity to contribute to their education funds, while learning skills that will benefit them in the classroom and beyond. Employers benefit from students' talents, insight and enthusiasm. The Student Employment Office (SEO) is committed to promoting employment opportunities for students on and off-campus. It is the duty of SEO to see that a variety of options are available to students. Currently, students are employed in areas such as athletics, science, community service, research positions and the arts to name a few.
Department of Labor Workplace Posters
Federal and New Hampshire state Department of Labor workplace posters, including the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), are available on this Human Resources page.