More than 70% of Mount Holyoke’s undergraduates work on-campus - in labs, dining rooms, the computing center, the library and more. In these areas, and in many others, you will find an opportunity to build your resume and practice skills you will be able to use in any future job or internship.
Students and On-Campus Supervisors can find manuals and resources on my.mtholyoke.edu under Student Employment.
Search for Jobs
Log into our student employment database, JobX, to search for all available on-campus jobs. You can also sign up for JobMail to receive email alerts when new jobs are posted that meet your criteria.
All on-campus jobs require a cover letter and resume when applying. Come to the CDC to polish your application materials and interviewing skills.
For off-campus student employment and community service information, visit Community Based Learning.