Graders & Peer Facilitators for STEM courses at UW Bothell, Winter 2024 Faculty in the School of STEM will need graders/readers and peer facilitators for their Autumn 2023 courses. See the Application Instructions for how to apply. You may apply for more than one course. To see the instructors for the courses, please consult the Winter 2024 Time Schedule. Course descriptions can be found in the UW Bothell Course Catalog. All positions are subject to course enrollment. Positions remain open …
Working on campus is convenient, flexible, and a great way to meet people. Gain experience while exploring career options, developing career-ready skills and building your resume.
What is on-campus student employment?
- Student employment roles are paid, on-campus jobs intended to be held by current UW students.
- As a matter of UW policy, on-campus student employment roles are for a maximum of 19.5 hours per week during the academic year, with options for more hours during breaks. Learn more about official UW policy on student employment.
- Student employment opportunities exist in many different departments, schools, colleges and buildings across campus.
What are some potential benefits of an on-campus student job?
- Gain professional experience right here on campus.
- Grow and expand your UW networks and communities.
- The maximum weekly number of hours can help ensure that you have time to devote to coursework and other elements of your Husky Experience.
How do I find an on-campus job?
What if I have a Work Study Award as part of my federal or state financial aid package?
How do I prepare materials for an on-campus job application?
- The exact application process may vary from role to role, but you’ll generally need a tailored resume and cover letter.
- We have a variety of resources to help you develop those materials and strategize about your job search.
What if I have questions about student employment?
- Consult official UW policy on student employment for logistical or eligibility questions
- Schedule an appointment to consult with one of our career coaches about strategy and materials
- Utilize LiveWell’s Student Employee Resiliency Group or schedule an appointment with a Peer Wellness Coach to discuss effectively managing student employment, schoolwork, life, and other priorities all at once.
Please note: this page and the content contained within it is intended to refer to general on-campus student employment opportunities, and not graduate-level Assistantships (TA, RA or Assistant Opportunities). Information about Graduate Staff Assistantships can be accessed here.