This page is a listing for current Student Campus Jobs during the academic year. You do not have to be work-study eligible to apply. Please contact the individual department for more information and to apply for the position.

If you have specific questions about student employment, please contact  Kevin Adair (207-859-4131,

Showing jobs 1-5 of 28 total student jobs available

Office Clerk - Biology

Date Posted: 10/14/2020
Student needed to assist with picking up packages daily for approx. 5 - 7 hours per week. If interested, contact Mary Burns
Contact: Mary Burns - 859-5700
Department: Biology

Multi Media Coordinator

Date Posted: 09/02/2020
Seeking student that demonstrates reliability, dependability, and excellent writing skills. The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for writing a summary of events to be used in marketing and communications, as well as writing internal briefingmaterials on policy and public affairs to support event preparation. Write-up will be due within two days of the event. Liaison will work closely with the Goldfarb Center Communications Assistant.
Contact: Sherry Berard - 5319
Department: Goldfarb Center

Yearbook Intern

Date Posted: 08/19/2020
Create the design and oversee production of the memorabilia section of the 50th Reunion yearbook for the Office of Milestone Reunions. Those with an interest in graphic design or art direction encouraged to apply. There will be alumni/staff interaction, soeffective and professional communication skills required. Previous design production experience preferred. Basic knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop required; must have an eye for detail and be self-motivated. Email resume to:
Contact: Carolyn Kimberlin 859-4325
Department: College Advancement - Alumni Relations

Art and Environment Internship

Date Posted: 08/17/2020
Duties - The Lunder Institute for American Art and the Buck Lab for Climate and Environment seek two Research Assistants to work on a project related to the intersection between art and the environment. Throughout the academic year, the two RAs will work collaboratively while both are assigned to assist a renowned American artist on a remote Senior Fellowship appointment for the Lunder Institute. Together they will focus on a multimedia project that addresses issues of biodiversity and habitat loss.
Contact: Jessamine Batario - 859-5657
Department: Museum of Art

College Legal Assistant

Date Posted: 08/13/2020
Students interested in applying should submit a cover letter and résumé to the Office of General Counsel, c/o Mary Ellen Dauphinais, Executive Assistant, General Counsel and Secretary of the College, Eustis 304,, 207-859-460Candidates who apply by August 14th will be given preference.
Contact: Will Saxe - 859-4632
Department: Office of General Counsel
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