Make The Grade By Working On Campus

Working on Campus

Spartans, we know you will be hard at work this fall studying and working on class projects so you can make the grade. Statistics show that working on campus can help you reach your academic goals. Students who work on campus at least 10 hours per week earn better grades by improving time management skills. An on campus job also allows you the opportunity to meet new friends and earn some leadership experience. You may also want to take a break here and there from studying, maybe for a road trip with friends or a night out on the town.  You will need some cash to spend and that is where on-campus jobs come in.

Residence and Hospitality Services is a great place to start when looking for jobs at MSU. Many jobs are flexible around class schedules, and offer an opportunity for advancement. Some even offer discounted meals in on-campus dining halls. Check out the jobs offered by RHS, and see what you can apply for at jobs.rhs.msu.edu. Build your resume, network and make new friends. Below is a description of some of the positions that are up for grabs:

REHS- Live On Street Team:

Members of the Live On Street Team serve as ambassadors for on-campus living at MSU. While the team is made up of a diverse group of students with a variety of majors, interests and backgrounds, they have one thing in common; they love living on campus. The team travel around campus to host events, hand out giveaways, and to let students know why living on campus is one of the best choices they could make. Students looking to work for the Live On Street Team must love MSU, live on campus, and be outgoing with tons of energy.

Culinary Services- Dining Hall Workers:

Culinary Services is hiring for a variety of student positions, ranging from general kitchen workers to human resources student assistants. Students can apply to work in a dining hall close to their residence hall for convenience, or maybe work in a different location to meet new people. Visit the prospective student sub-page at www.eatatstate.com/employment/prospective to find out more about the positions available.

Spartan Hospitality Group- Banquet Server:

The Kellogg Center Banquet Server position is a great opportunity for students in The School for Hospitality Business as well as students who want to enhance their customer service skills. Banquet servers must be able to work at least three weekday lunches (11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m.) and weekends. Banquet servers will work in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, Cowles House, and for Kellogg Catering in the Stadium Tower and MSU Union.

Students can apply for these positions and more by visiting http://jobs.rhs.msu.edu/