Bethel offers on campus jobs for traditional undergrad students. Most students working on campus have been awarded state or federal work-study as part of their financial aid package, but it's not a requirement for working at Bethel.
Students work all over campus—from catering events through dining services, to keeping up the grounds, to giving campus tours to high school students.
If you have any questions about student employment, we're always here to help. Contact us at any time.
If you’re a new student in the College of Arts & Sciences who has been awarded work-study, we’ll help place you in an on-campus job for fall semester after you apply. (The Student Employment Application closes May 10.)
Find a job on campus. Contact the supervisor directly if you're interested in a job.
You can also check with with Career Development and Calling about job opportunities off campus.
Check out what you should know once you’re hired to make sure you're ready to start working at Bethel.
Plus, we've outlined a few helpful tips for starting your new job.