Tag: college jobs

What Is Work-Study? Your Top Questions, Answered

Freelance Writer

Work-study programs are a great way for you to get paid in college while gaining valuable career skills. Here are the answers to your biggest questions. read more

6 Part-Time Jobs Good for Your Résumé and Your Major

Writer & Editor-in-Chief, Classrooms.com

Part-time jobs are a great way to add experience to your résumé and make extra money while you're in college. Here are some major-relevant jobs to consider! read more

9 of the Best College Jobs for Artistic Students

General Manager, The Grove at Auburn

If you're going to college and find yourself in need of a job, don't fret! There's plenty of work out there that won't stifle your artistic expression. read more

'Tis the Season for the Holiday Job Search


Hiring for holiday jobs starts as early as summer! Access a bevy of resources focused on seasonal work for students and hit the ground running with your search. read more

The Best Way to Pay for College as a Music Major: Become a Private Teacher

Owner and CEO, YourMusicLessons.com; Music Teacher

Music majors: did you know you could make $40+ an hour before graduating by teaching what you love? Here's how to become a private music teacher to make extra cash for college. read more

8 Essential College Internship Search and Interview Tips

CollegeXpress Student Writer, Elmhurst College

A college internship is a must-have these days! To help you find and land one, here are eight important tips to keep in mind during your search and interview. read more

Papers and Paychecks: Part-Time Jobs for Working Students

Assistant Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Around this time of the school year, students might start feeling like their wallets are a bit lighter than when they started the semester. If this is you, you're not alone. read more

4 Awesome Reasons to Be an RA

Public Relations Associate, Carnegie Communications

As with any position that requires this level of responsibility, the RA role is everything you make of it, and the opportunity should be part of your considerations as you enter, or continue, your college career. read more