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Resident Assistants represent Student Employment at Curry College

Real opportunity. Real experience.

On-campus employment is a great way to develop valuable skills and enhance your overall Curry College experience. At Curry we believe our students make important contributions to our workforce community.  The on-campus Student Employment Program (SEP) is administered by the Office of Human Resources (HR) in collaboration with the Center for Career Development and Student Financial Services.

A variety of part-time on-campus jobs are available to eligible Curry College students through this Student Employment Program (SEP), and includes federal work-study jobs and general non-work-study jobs.  For student internship employment information please contact the Center for Career Development.

Details about the on-line job search and application process, employment policies, and how to get paid are provided on the myCurry Student Employment (SEP) portal page. We look forward to working with you and welcome to Curry's workplace community!

PLEASE NOTE: If you are planning to work on campus, you must bring with you to campus proper original identification to comply with the Federal Form I9 requirements. The Federal Government offers a list of specific identification which will comply. Please contact the Office of Human Resources with any questions about ID requirements.

This program provides part-time jobs for eligible undergraduate students and is administered in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations. Work-study students have an opportunity to work on campus to help pay for educational related expenses. Work-study is a great way to build a resume and recommendation/references, and to gain valuable work experience while contributing to Curry College's operations, student life, and the campus community.

If you have a Work-Study Award included on your Financial Aid Award Letter from Curry College issued by Student Financial Services then you are eligible for Work-Study positions. For information on how to apply for this type of financial aid contact Curry College's Student Financial Services.

Federal work-study (WS) positions are available in a variety of departments and the following guidelines apply to work-study (WS) employment:

  • Eligible to start working no earlier than the first day of the published Academic Year.
  • Must maintain good academic standing and carry a minimum of 6 credits per semester.
  • May not work more than 20 hours per week or not more than 1000 hours in the calendar year.
  • May work up to 40 hours per week during winter and summer break sessions only if a student's work-study award allocations are available and it will not cause the student to go over their award limit for the year.
  • May hold only one work-study (WS) position at any given time.
  • May hold non-work-study student employment (SE) simultaneously.
  • All work-study (WS) positions are performed on campus.


For more details, please reference the Federal Work Study FAQ'S.

Curry College students who do not receive a work-study award or who exhausted the annual work-study award may be eligible to work in a general non-work-study position. This program provides part-time jobs for eligible undergraduate students and is administered through the Office of human Resources. There are a number of opportunities to work on campus in various departments. Student employment is a great way to build a resume and gain valuable recommendation/reference contacts. As a campus student employee you have an opportunity to gain valuable work experience while contributing to Curry College's operations, student life, and to the campus community.

General non-work-study positions are available in a variety of departments. The following guidelines apply to non-work-study employment:

  • Eligible to start before the first day of the published Academic Year.
  • Must maintain good academic standing and carry a minimum of 6 credits per semester.
  • May not work more than 20 hours per week or not more than 1000 hours in the academic year.
  • During winter and summer break sessions students' may work up to 40 hours per week if funding is available within the department and as long as the hours do not place the student employee's hours over the 1000 hour calendar year limit.
  • May hold more than one position at any given time as long as the hours do not place the student employee's hours over the 1000 hour calendar year limit.
  • All work performed in the Student Employment Program (SEP) needs to be performed on campus. 


For more information about student employment, finding a campus job and how to apply please visit the Student Employment area of the myCurry portal.