Part-Time & Summer Jobs
Thanks to the power of networking, we have professional contacts across campus and throughout the Bloomington community who are looking for bright and committed IU students ready to take on part-time work. These job opportunities are for work-study and non-work-study students.
Many of our contacts post their part-time positions to myJobs.
If you haven’t received a work-study award, don’t worry! There are plenty of non-work-study jobs available on campus too.
Tap Into Your Academic Network
We encourage all Hoosiers to create an ongoing dialogue with their academic units and professors. It’s an easy but effective way to network. Plus, you’ll be the first to know about any field-related part-time job opportunities. To attract a more targeted group of candidates, some departments and organizations choose to announce job openings by word-of-mouth before posting the positions officially.
Large On-Campus Organizations That Hire
Take a look at the departments and organizations listed below. They create job opportunities for students every year, but post job openings on their own websites.
|Department or Organization||Student Employees|
|Residential Programs and Services||1,022|
|Indiana Daily Student||454|
|Indiana Memorial Union||249|
|University Information Technology Services||240|
Reach out into the local Bloomington community as well, where there are job opportunities for IU students in a variety of industries. Bloomington is a vibrant, active, and cultural hub of Indiana, which attracts a diversity of businesses and nonprofits. The small size of B-town makes it quick and easy to get to work by foot, bike, car, or public transportation. Use the list below as a starting point, and inquire directly with employers you are interested in.