There are two sources of employment for students wishing to work on campus: Federal Work-Study (FWS) and our Student Assistant program. The primary difference between the two programs lies in their source of funding.
Participating in a part-time work experience provides you with the opportunity to:
You may be able to secure a position in your major department or in an area that is of special interest. Our Career Center's ZebraNet database enables our students to tap into immediate part-time job listings, internships and volunteer opportunities.
|Cool Internships Landed by SB Undergrads:|
Girls’ Life Magazine
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Warner Music Group
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
New York City Parks Department
|Brookhaven National Lab
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
United Health Group
Family Service League
Standard and Poor’s
The Rachael Ray Show
Metropolitan Museum of Art