Working, while in school, is a great way to help keep loan debt down and to gain useful real-world work experience. Research indicates that many college students successfully carry a normal academic course load of 12 to 18 credit hours per term while working on a part-time basis. You may find that you are better able to manage your time as you fit your work schedule into classes, studying, and personal commitments.
Finding a Job
When applying to job vacancies it is important that you are able to speak to the required knowledge, skills, abilities, and requirements needed to perform the stated job functions. All applicants should have a resume and a cover letter ready to provide to the hiring employer. The Internship and Career Center offers assistance and review of your resume and cover letter.