Student Employment at Indiana University is coordinated out of the Career Development Center.
Student Employment has three primary purposes:
- To provide financial self-help so students may further their education.
- To provide work opportunities that enhance and complement classroom learning; develop new skills, responsibilities, habits, attitudes, and self-development that can be highlighted in future job searches or the graduate school application process.
- To increase interaction with faculty and the community so students may more readily adjust to university life.
Maintaining a part-time job—even a summer job—throughout your academic career shows loyalty to an organization, work ethic, ability to manage time and to multitask, and can help you prepare for career success.