Jobs and student employment

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Working as a student

You may need to work in order to meet educational and living expenses or you feel the experience could be a valuable part of your education. The skills you obtain from working complement your academic performance and communicate to future employers your ability to succeed in a professional setting.

Studies have shown that students who work do just as well or better academically than non-working students and grades improve as students work more hours per week (up to 20). In addition, working students are more likely to complete a degree program than non-workers.

Handshake

Handshake is a valuable resource where you can find jobs and internships, research employers, join career events, and book a career advising appointment. All postings seek enrolled college students and alumni. Opportunities are legitimate and vetted through Career and Professional Development Services.

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Job and internship opportunities

Check out the many internships and job opportunities made available to you via asu.joinhandshake.com

On-campus jobs

Looking for a part-time job that works around your class schedule? Apply for on-campus student employment!

Visit the ASU job search website and use key-words and search terms to find positions that are right for you

Search for job opportunities on-campus

Off-campus jobs

This resource has jobs posted directly from employers. From hospitality and foodservice to childcare and private tutoring, you can find other off-campus jobs for students.

Search for job opportunities off-campus

Graduate Research Aid / Teaching Assistant information

Are you a graduate student looking for work? Graduate students can receive financial support through teaching and research assistantships as well as through student employment.

Find Research Aid/Teaching Assistant opportunities

Common red flags when searching for a job or internship

It is not uncommon for scammers to take advantage of college students, especially international students as well as anyone desperate for “quick cash.” All jobs/internships on Handshake have been vetted for the safety of students. When looking for work elsewhere, use these resources to help you avoid the scams.

Common red flags

Spotting scams

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