All student employment positions on campus are competitive. Priority hiring is given to those students awarded Federal Work Study. You can access all on campus employment opportunities on the Full Time Job and Employers page under the “Explore Opportunities” tab of Launchpad. Students interested in working on campus should plan on attending the annual On-Campus Employment Showcase. This event is held during the first week of classes and provides students an opportunity to meet campus departments that utilize student employees. Students are encouraged to visit campus employers to inquire about employment opportunities. Some on-campus experiences can be turned into immersive experiences.
Drew University doesn’t guarantee job placement for any student, but we do assist and guide students through the job search process.
Returning students should begin the job search during breaks before coming back to campus. Most on-campus jobs require a résumé. For students unsure about how to start building their résumé, Market Yourself provides helpful information. Students can also schedule an appointment for a résumé review at the Career Center by stopping by Sycamore Cottage or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students working on campus for the first time must complete the required I-9 and W-4 documentation once a position has been offered and accepted. The I-9 documentation verifies authorization to work in the United States and requires a valid form of ID. All ID must be originals. Photocopies are not accepted.
Form I-9 Requirements for Domestic Students:
- One form of photo ID (driver’s license, state ID, or Drew ID) and Social Security card or birth certificate or
- Valid passport
Form I-9 Requirements for International Students:
- Valid passport
- Valid Visa
- Social Security card and
Students can stop by the Career Center located in Sycamore Cottage to complete the required documentation and provide their original identification.