Working as a student at Brown can bring many benefits -- the financial ones are very important, but employment can also provide involvement with a group or mentors, and personal skills development. Dining Services, the Library, and Athletics are the largest on-campus employers of students. Students work on campus in many departments and in jobs as varied as research assistants, program managers, tutors, and web assistants. The on-line Student Employment job listing includes positions on campus and some positions with off-campus employers.
Looking for a job
As a Brown student, you may visit the Student Employment website to search for, browse and apply for jobs on-line; sign up for JobMail; review the student and employer handbooks; and download important forms such as timesheets, direct deposit request, and Federal I-9 and W-4. Prior to beginning work, you must complete the Federal I-9 form to document authorization to work in the United States; additional information is available on the Student Employment website.
All international students on a nonimmigrant visa are encouraged to consult with the Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS) prior to seeking employment in the United States. Information for international students may be found on the International Student Resources website, in the Student Handbook on the Student Employment website, and by visiting the Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS).