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Student employees are an integral part of the daily operation of Smith College. The Student Employment Office, part of the Office of Student Financial Services, offers employment opportunities that support educational and personal goals, and help students achieve both professional and personal development.

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Entering Students Fall 2014

Please read the section titled For Entering Students linked at left and specify what type of student you are - first year traditional, internation, transfer or Ada Comstock for further information on how to obtain jobs. Read the College's policies, requirements resources sections, as well as on-the-job expectations..

Hiring Students for 2014-2015

Employers can advertise, interview and tentatively offer jobs to Work-Study students for the 14-15 academic year, but cannot officially hire in JobX until after July 1. BannerWeb terminates all jobs, so even continuing students must be rehired. Students do not have their financial aid packages and work-study until mid-summer. Once awarded, they may be hired. The academic year dates are September 4, 2014 through May 8, 2015.

Pay rates have increased by 25 cents for 2014-2015, $8.75 base rate on-campus and $9.25 off-campus. Payroll's web page has rates and the payroll calendar posted. Link at left.


On-The-Job Expectations

Each student must adhere to Smith College's On-the-Job Expectations, which govern the employment of all Smith students who work on campus and at off-campus work-study jobs.