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Jobs for College Students at Bishop’s University

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Drew Pierce

If you want to have some extra cash while you are a student, you should apply for a job. This allows you to fully enjoy your time at school. You will not have to say no to going out with your friends because you will have money. Here are jobs for college students at Bishop’s University!

1. Student Safety First Aider

The first cool job for you to keep in mind is the Student Safety First Aider job. You will spend your time helping students and conducting basic first aid. All you need to do is know some basic techniques when it comes to health. You will also get paid a very good amount of money. 

a first aid kit

2. Student Recruitment

An interesting option that you have is to become a Student Recruiter. This is a position that works directly under the office of admissions. You will help bring new students into the university. This is a moderate paying job that has very little opportunities to run up the ladder. 

Recruitment and Admissions staff

3. Computer Science Assistant Professor

If you are good with computers, you should apply to be a Computer Science Assistant Professor. You will help professors grade papers and pass out information. This is also a great way to get some real teaching experience. You will work about 20 hours per week. 

a graphic of computer science

4. Manager of Counseling

The Manager of Counseling position is a great one to have if you are looking to make a lot of money. However, you need to apply early and get your name out there as much as you can. This is because this is a highly sought after job that many students at the school want to have. 

Terms relating to counseling

5. Personal cleaner 

One of the off-campus jobs that you can get is to be a personal cleaner. You will get your name out there and travel around the town while cleaning peoples homes. This is a great freelancing option that lets you pick your own hours. You will even be able to charge your own rates. 

Some cleaning supplies

6. Project coordinator

The final on-campus option that you have is to be a project coordinator. Every event and project needs someone behind the scenes to plan it. This is a great job that truly lets you be creative and yourself. This is a moderate paying job that lets you work anywhere from 15 to 25 hours per week. 

a graphic of project coordinator

7. OneClass

 Take notes with OneClass and get paid while you go to class. When you take notes with OneClass, you not only earn but also get better at studying and focusing during your lectures. Become a notetaker today. 

The logo of OneClass


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