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Are campus jobs available for students who need work?
The Admissions Office:Most students receiving financial aid have a part-time campus job as part of their aid package. First-year students may work up to eight hours per week. College jobs on campus include assignments in food service, academic and administrative offices, custodial, library, residence halls and facilities. Incoming new students fill out a job preference form with their skills and interests, which helps Student Financial Services match them with available jobs.
I work at the Student Computing and Information Center (SCIC). It's a great job, and I'm having a great time learning about computers and meeting lots of Carleton students.
I’m a writer for the web team (I write articles for the web magazine, Shout, and blog for Admissions). I think it’s an incredible job, because I thought I would have to wait until after graduation to make money writing. I’m getting to improve my journalistic writing, which I’d never done before, and write for a blog that’s read by people other than my friends.
I'm an admissions blogger. It's got to be the best job there is. Yes, better even than the campus Post Office. Take that, Post Office.