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