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Where can I find a job?

A frequent question asked by a prospective student is in regards to finding work opportunities in the area. The Wheaton area provides an abundant supply of job opportunities for the ambitious, hard-working graduate student. The following list provides choices for your consideration.

On-Campus Employment Opportunities

During the first week of school many students find that the Campus Job Fair provides an opportunity to find part-time work on-campus. A listing of the on-campus jobs is posted at the Student Employment Desk and made available to students attending the Job Fair. Prospective students wanting full-time employment with Wheaton College should check out the Human Resources web site at http://www.wheaton.edu/HR/.

Off-Campus Employment Opportunities

Information about part-time work available in the surrounding communities with local business and non-profit organizations is made available at the Student Employment Desk at the Career Services Office on the second floor of the Student Services Building.

Part-time job notices are also posted on the Graduate School Job Board, located on the 2nd floor of the Billy Graham Center.

Students or spouses who are interested in part-time jobs are encouraged to wait until they arrive in the area to secure employment since there are abundant opportunities, and few employers will hire anyone sight unseen.

Where can I find a job?

A frequent question asked by a prospective student is in regards to finding work opportunities in the area. The Wheaton area provides an abundant supply of job opportunities for the ambitious, hard-working graduate student. The following list provides choices for your consideration.

On-Campus Employment Opportunities

During the first week of school many students find that the Campus Job Fair provides an opportunity to find part-time work on-campus. A listing of the on-campus jobs is posted at the Student Employment Desk and made available to students attending the Job Fair. Prospective students wanting full-time employment with Wheaton College should check out the Human Resources web site at http://www.wheaton.edu/HR/.

Off-Campus Employment Opportunities

Information about part-time work available in the surrounding communities with local business and non-profit organizations is made available at the Student Employment Desk at the Career Services Office on the second floor of the Student Services Building.

Part-time job notices are also posted on the Graduate School Job Board, located on the 2nd floor of the Billy Graham Center.

Students or spouses who are interested in part-time jobs are encouraged to wait until they arrive in the area to secure employment since there are abundant opportunities, and few employers will hire anyone sight unseen.