Fourth-year student Alejandro Serrano has one of the coolest jobs at the Library. He spends his work hours wandering our libraries to photograph interesting people and beautiful spaces. As a photography intern for the Library Communications Office, Alejandro gets paid to build a portfolio of work that will be published on this website and in the Library’s print publications.
But Alejandro isn’t the only student employee with a pretty great gig. The Library offers a wide range of student jobs, and we encourage students to view the available positions and consider applying.
- Speak another language, such as Thai, German, Korean or Persian? Use your skills to help process our foreign-language materials.
- If you’re good with computers, check out the workstation support position.
- Like to spend time with books? Copy cataloguer and book processing positions are currently available.
Positions are always changing, so check back regularly to find the perfect fit. Perks of Library employment include an invitation to the legendary Library student employee appreciation party, held each April!
Eligibility for work study is often preferred (and sometimes required). The maximum number of hours you can work is 19.5, and the pay is $13 an hour ($14.50 for graduate students or if the position is at NRLF).
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