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Student Employment

The Student Employment Office provides resources for students seeking part–time and summer employment opportunities throughout their careers at Michigan State University. Various types of positions are available, both on–campus and off–campus. Students interested in employment after graduation will find assistance through Career Services and Placement.

Students who qualify for financial aid through the federal Work–Study Programs will find job opportunities listed on the Career Services Web site, MySpartanCareer, for jobs located both on–campus and off–campus.

A student who plans to work will need to provide identification and an original Social Security card in order to complete the W–4 and I–9 forms to comply with federal laws. A complete list of acceptable documents and more specific information is available at the Career Services, 113 Student Services Building, 1-517-355-9510.

Besides listing job opportunities, Career Services offers many other services and resources to students during their careers at Michigan State University.  Services include workshops offered throughout the year to aid students in their job searches, resume critiquing, advising about specific aspects of jobs searches and employment, a career–related referral service for paid internships, on–campus interviewing for summer positions, and a summer Employment Fair, held every February.