On-Campus Part Time Jobs for International College Students
Although some colleges have guidelines for its students who would want to engage in part-time jobs. According to the American students’ visa guidelines, you are allowed to work only 20 hours a week and can work only on campus.
Students can work up to 20 hours a week when classes are in session and up to 40 hours a week while the classes are not going on.
So, if you happen to be in a college that doesn’t permit students to engage in part-time jobs outside the school, you can as well check the list below for on-campus part-time jobs.
24. Library Monitor
Responsibilities in this job include maintaining the decorum and quiet atmosphere in the college library and supervision of study places.
25. Teaching Assistant
If you are devoted to your academics, you can apply for these academic posts. Even as a college student.
26. Tour Guide
Campus tours are a popular campus activity in the US among prospective students and applicants along with their parents. Guided and paid tours are just a way to know the campus better.
27. Peer Tutor
Like in India, you can tutor your classmates or juniors to help them with the course. You can choose your own hours. If your university has an educational resource center, there may be a formal tutoring position you can apply for.
28. Academic Department Assistant
This is primarily a clerical job where you will have to deal with paperwork sorting and filing. Ask your Head of Department for the opportunities available.
29. Campus Tech Support
Check with your computer support department for assistant job openings. If you’re computer savvy or majoring in a technical field, look for a job at your college’s computer center.
30. Production Assistant
American universities are known for the importance they place on extra-curricular activities like dances, concerts, comedy shows, and plays. All these events require a lot of backstage and technical work.
31. College Book Store Assistant
All universities have a bookstore on campus which sells course books, reference books, works of fiction, along with school supplies.
32. Pool Service
If you know a thing or two about pools, you could also offer to help people with their pools.
33. Shovel Snow
During the winter, if you live in an area that snows, you could offer to shovel snow for your friends and neighbors.
If you have a green thumb, you could also help your friends and neighbors with their gardening.
Modeling is another potential way to earn extra money in college.
Cold calling still exists, and businesses are always looking for people willing to man the phones and make calls.
37. Personal Trainer
If you have a passion for fitness, you could consider becoming a personal trainer.
38. Event Planner
Do you enjoy managing people, tasks, and coordinating things to get something done? If so, then event planning could be a part-time job.
Catering companies are always looking for extra help because their schedules are so odd. Why not work as one?
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40. Market Researcher
Market research is a fun way to get paid. You’ll see market research studies advertised all over most college campuses, and the point of these studies is simple.
Do you speak another language? If so, you could become a translator.
If you are a fast typist and want to get paid for listening and typing, transcription work is excellent.
If you prefer more fast-paced and exciting work, consider becoming a waiter/server at a restaurant.
44. Interior Decorator
If you have a knack for interior design, becoming a decorator can be a great way to make a little extra money in college.
45. Brand Ambassador
Also known as college reps, brand ambassadors market products and services through merchandising and events.
46. Dog Walker
Animal lovers can earn money by working as a pet sitter or dog walker through Rover.
47. Bank Teller
College kids are notorious for not knowing how to manage their finances, but working as a Bank Teller ranks high on our list of good jobs for students.
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