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  2. If a job does not accept online applications, there is no check box next to the job. Follow the instructions in the job posting to apply.
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Disclaimer: Community Based Learning - Lvl 2 - 5
For 2021-22, each student may work no more than 15 hours per week across all of their MHC student jobs.

With the exception of Dining Services, jobs at Mount Holyoke College are hired by a competitive hiring process that prioritizes work-study eligible students. (Dining Services hires work-study-eligible students for entry-level roles at an open meeting held at the beginning of each semester.)

When you decide to apply for a job through JobX, you will be asked to submit a resume as part of the application. If the supervisor also requires a cover letter or other documentation, be sure to prepare the documents as one, with a page break. Include your name in the title of your document and convert it to a PDF before uploading. Avoid using special characters in your documents.

If you are applying to more than one position and you are asked to submit a cover letter for more than one of those jobs, submit those applications separately, being certain to proofread your cover letter, and sending it to the correct department.

The Career Development Center provides extensive resume and cover letter resources. Guides are provided on the JobX homepage to assist you in the process. If you would like help creating these documents, attend a workshop, schedule an appointment, or come to office hours. Workshops, office hours and appointments can be found in Handshake.

Questions? Email the Student Employment Office at student-employment@mtholyoke.edu


Disclaimer: MHC Community Job Board
The Mount Holyoke College Community Job Board acts only as a clearinghouse for the convenience of service providers and clients. The clients and providers acknowledge that Mount Holyoke College is not responsible for, and will be held harmless against, any injury, loss, or other damage arising from or related in any manner to the clients’ and providers’’ use of the Mount Holyoke College Community Job Board. Further, the College does not assume any tax or labor liability associated with the pay transaction between the client and the provider.

Mount Holyoke College is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of this employment. The College does not screen employers who post job opportunities on this board beyond checking that they are MHC community members or registered businesses located in South Hadley. By posting jobs to this Board, Mount Holyoke College does not make any representation as to the working conditions that may exist at any place of employment. You are advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with a private party. Make sure to find out what is expected of you and make sure that you are comfortable with those expectations. Applicants are advised to screen all prospective employers through an interview process and to ask for and check past references.


Disclaimer: On-Campus - Academic Year - Level 2 - 5 Jobs
For 2021-22, each student may work no more than 15 hours per week across all of their MHC student jobs.

With the exception of Dining Services, jobs at Mount Holyoke College are hired by a competitive hiring process that prioritizes work-study eligible students. (Dining Services hires work-study-eligible students for entry-level roles at an open meeting held at the beginning of each semester.)

When you decide to apply for a job through JobX, you will be asked to submit a resume as part of the application. If the supervisor also requires a cover letter or other documentation, be sure to prepare the documents as one, with a page break. Include your name in the title of your document and convert it to a PDF before uploading. Avoid using special characters in your documents.

If you are applying to more than one position and you are asked to submit a cover letter for more than one of those jobs, submit those applications separately, being certain to proofread your cover letter, and sending it to the correct department.

The Career Development Center provides extensive resume and cover letter resources. Guides are provided on the JobX homepage to assist you in the process. If you would like help creating these documents, attend a workshop, schedule an appointment, or come to office hours. Workshops, office hours and appointments can be found in Handshake.

Questions? Email the Student Employment Office at student-employment@mtholyoke.edu


Disclaimer: On-Campus - Academic Year - Level 1 Jobs
For 2021-22, each student may work no more than 15 hours per week across all of their MHC student jobs.

With the exception of Dining Services, jobs at Mount Holyoke College are hired by a competitive hiring process that prioritizes work-study eligible students. (Dining Services hires work-study-eligible students for entry-level roles at an open meeting held at the beginning of each semester.)

When you decide to apply for a job through JobX, you will be asked to submit a resume as part of the application. If the supervisor also requires a cover letter or other documentation, be sure to prepare the documents as one, with a page break. Include your name in the title of your document and convert it to a PDF before uploading. Avoid using special characters in your documents.

If you are applying to more than one position and you are asked to submit a cover letter for more than one of those jobs, submit those applications separately, being certain to proofread your cover letter, and sending it to the correct department.

The Career Development Center provides extensive resume and cover letter resources. Guides are provided on the JobX homepage to assist you in the process. If you would like help creating these documents, attend a workshop, schedule an appointment, or come to office hours. Workshops, office hours and appointments can be found in Handshake.

Questions? Email the Student Employment Office at student-employment@mtholyoke.edu


Disclaimer: Level 1 - Notetakers
For 2021-22, each student may work no more than 15 hours per week across all of their MHC student jobs.

With the exception of Dining Services, jobs at Mount Holyoke College are hired by a competitive hiring process that prioritizes work-study eligible students. (Dining Services hires work-study-eligible students for entry-level roles at an open meeting held at the beginning of each semester.)

When you decide to apply for a job through JobX, you will be asked to submit a resume as part of the application. If the supervisor also requires a cover letter or other documentation, be sure to prepare the documents as one, with a page break. Include your name in the title of your document and convert it to a PDF before uploading. Avoid using special characters in your documents.

If you are applying to more than one position and you are asked to submit a cover letter for more than one of those jobs, submit those applications separately, being certain to proofread your cover letter, and sending it to the correct department.

The Career Development Center provides extensive resume and cover letter resources. Guides are provided on the JobX homepage to assist you in the process. If you would like help creating these documents, attend a workshop, schedule an appointment, or come to office hours. Workshops, office hours and appointments can be found in Handshake.

Questions? Email the Student Employment Office at student-employment@mtholyoke.edu



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Museum Development & Marketing Assistant Employer: Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art [378]
Wage: $13.77/hr
Openings: 1
Listed: 09/24/2021
Hours: 8 to 10 hours / week
Location:
The Eric Carle Museum 125 West Bay Road Amherst MA 01002
Category: Community Service (Federally Funded Positions)

 
Student Voices Employer: Communications & Marketing [644]
Wage: $13.50/hr
Openings: 197
Listed: 01/11/2021
Hours: 6 / week
Location:
usually Zoom. You do not need to be on campus to apply for this position.
Category: Other / Miscellaneous

 

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