Student employees are vital to providing Library Services
Over 30 students are employed by the library in many positions and offices. We offer work experience at the Library that will help to prepare students for future career opportunities. Students learn time management, responsibility, gain leadership and earn money to help finance educational costs. Students develop strong work habits and job skills and have an excellent resource for future job references. The student employment experience enables students to explore career options, discover strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, and to see how academic learning applies to the world of work.
Any Job Openings?
Vacant positions are posted throughout the year with on the Academic & Career Advising website using Handshake’s career recruitment platform.
Both Work-Study, non Work-Study students, and international students with or without library experience are eligible for employment in the Library and peak hiring times are August/September and January/February. Library student employees may work in a number of specialized units including:
- Access Services
- Brain Booth
- Government Documents
- Interlibrary Loan
- Special Collections
Applying is easy
- Student Employee Application Form and Schedule (pdf)
- Resume, including three references (For resume writing help, please visit the Writing Studio for support.)
SkillShops - Continued Learning & Professional Development
At the Library we encourage our student employees to participate in SkillShops. SkillShops are 50-minute drop-in workshops offered to introduce and develop skills in important areas for student success. We developed the thematic SkillShop structure for our drop-in workshops.
For further information about student employment in the Library, please contact Jessica Welch in the Library’s Administration Office (707) 826-3441.