Jobs & Opportunities
Search for jobs at colleges throughout the University.
The CUNY/311 Project places qualified CUNY students as part-time Student Call Takers at New York City's 311 Customer Service Call Center.
The CUNY Internship Program has a partnership with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) which provides part-time employment opportunities for eligible CUNY students. Students who participate in this opportunity will be employed at the NYCHA Customer Information Center in Long Island City and will use customer service skills to provide assistance to the residents of public housing units. This position is only open to CUNY students who have at least one more year of classes to complete and have a 2.5 GPA or higher. For more information or to apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Work Study provides jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help cover education expenses.
Counseling, childcare referrals, social services liaison, job readiness, job placement and follow-up for those students receiving public assistance or who meet certain low-income guidelines and have a dependent child.
Open to graduate students, this program offers a salary of $10.00 per hour, and a tuition waiver of up to six CUNY graduate credits for each of the fall and spring semesters.
The Poll-Worker Initiative recruits and trains hundreds of students to serve as poll-workers for the city-wide primary and general elections.
As a founding member of a nationwide Higher Education Recruiting Consortium (HERC), CUNY provides resources to job-seekers on issues such as dual careers, diversity, relocation, and conducting a job search. Additionally, job vacancies from thirty-four local institutions are posted. Visit the New York/Southern Connecticut HERC site at http://www.mnyscherc.org.
Further information on careers in higher education is available from industry publications such as Inside Higher Ed (http://www.insidehighered.com) and The Chronicle of Higher Education (http://www.chronicle.com).