September 20th, 2010
I figure this is the best place to ask... I'm looking to pad my finances a bit, and thus I'm wondering about jobs on campus. Do you know where I would go to ask for information and whatnot?
I don't mean a shop in particular (though I figure that might be nescessary too) but something that the school itself, or the student government runs? Is there anything of the sort?
Thanks in advance!
I saw that earlier, but wasn't sure it's what I'm looking for. I'm not (yet) trying to find a job in the industry using the degree I'm studying for, but mainly a part time thing to help pad the finances. Is that still the place to look?
Yes. They can help you find a job on campus if there are any. If they can't help you that way, they can at least help build your resume and interview skills
Ah, excellent. Thanks a lot! :)
|Date:||September 21st, 2010 12:06 pm (UTC)|| |
I don't know which department you are in, but sometimes (When I was at UCF--which was only 2 years ago) your department may have an opening for a grader or a TA--if you ask. But those jobs are usually fairly time intensive and more demanding than say swiping a credit card at the student union.
But if they do have something open for you, it could give you something a little more relevent to put on your resume.
Being in languages (german/french), I'm not really sure what openings there truly are :)
|Date:||September 22nd, 2010 01:34 am (UTC)|| |
Aww, well languages are really interesting! I wish I paid more attention when I was studying French. It turns out, ten years later, I need it...
I lucked out being in chemistry down there.
Anyways, check your LJ private message...I send you some other stuff through there, I just don't want to write my job history out on UCF LJ
Also, if a simple on-campus job is what you're looking for I'd check with the Aramark offices (right behind Marketplace in Apollo), or with the UCF Arena. Plus, you can run by financial aid to see if they have any more Work Study to give out. They hardly ever run out of that money, and the only thing you have to do is fill out a FAFSA. Even if you don't qualify for aid you can still get work study.