Working while you study

Many grads find employment in the form of Teaching Assistantships (TAs) or Research Assistantships (RAs). Many programs offer co-op opportunities as well.

Co-operative Education and Career Services has job postings for both on and on campus, manages co-op education programs, and runs workshops to help prepare for the job hunt.

The workstudy program provides work experience for students in financial need. You apply for eligibility through the Student Awards and Financial Aid office. Positions are posted here.