Depending on the type of position you are seeking, there are different methods for identifying and applying for part-time position openings. Read through the options below to learn more about how you can search for part-time work.
For part-time, off-campus jobs, check out Jobs for Tars. To access Part-time/Summer opportunities, login to your
R-CareerLink account using your Fox ID (same username and password you use to access e-mail, Blackboard, and FoxLink) through the homepage of the Career Services website.
From the R-CareerLink homepage, select the “Jobs and Internships” tab and then “Jobs for Tars”; once in the Jobs for Tars database, go to “Position Type” and select “Part-time/Summer” from the drop-down menu. Next, complete the field that asks for “Jobs located within __ miles of zip code ______” (for example, “Jobs located within 1 mile of the Rollins zip code 32789), then hit “Submit” to see your search results. You can tailor your results further by using the “Advanced Search” option.
Follow the directions to apply for each position of interest. If you need help with your resume or cover letter, attend one of our upcoming workshops or call the Office of Career Services (407-646-2195) to make an appointment.
The new Office of Student Employment (OSE) serves as a central office for students seeking on-campus employment. Through the office’s new website, you can learn about and apply for on-campus jobs.
Through this website, you will also learn that there are two different types of part-time, on-campus employment at Rollins for undergraduate students: Federal Work Study positions and Rollins Student positions. Both involve students assisting departments with their day-to-day operations. The differences between the two are only in the funding source and student eligibility. For more information, review the OSE website, including the new student application portal. Positions are limited, so check the website often!
If you are seeking work with a local family doing child care, tutoring, lawn maintenance or a similar type of independent work, check out the job postings in Dave’s Down Under (the lower level of Cornell Campus Center). These postings, submitted by members of the community, are located at the bottom of the stairwell.