Rutgers University-Camden offers a range of on-campus employment opportunities. These include assistantships, which provide full tuition and fee remission, a generous stipend, and health benefits in select programs. Additionally, students can work part-time and earn money to cover their educational expenses.
Teaching & Graduate Assistantships
The Graduate School-Camden offers Teaching and Graduate Assistantships to full-time applicants in select programs, providing students with prestigious and highly competitive opportunities.
Teaching Assistantships (TAs) may involve teaching undergraduate courses or providing grading support. Graduate Assistantships, on the other hand, support faculty and staff in research or administrative tasks. These assistantships come with a comprehensive set of benefits, including full tuition and fee remission, a generous stipend, and health benefits. Students interested in any of these positions should apply early.
Programs and divisions offering these assistantships at Rutgers University-Camden include:
- Childhood Studies – Ph.D. (GA/TA)
- Computational and Integrative Biology – Ph.D. (GA/TA)
- Creative Writing – M.F.A. (TA)
- Graduate School-Camden (GA)
- Public Affairs / Community Developments – Ph.D. (GA)
- Prevention Science – Ph.D. (GA/TA)
Additional teaching opportunities may be available in select programs. For more information, please visit the program pages and speak with the Graduate Program Director to explore the specific offerings.
Part-time employment opportunities are available for Graduate Students across various campus offices and departments. Students have the opportunity to work for Housing and Residence Life, the Paul Robeson Library, the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs, and other offices throughout the campus. These positions provide valuable work experience and contribute to the vibrant campus community.
Additionally, there are occasional part-time lecturer positions in departments across campus. These positions offer valuable work experience and an opportunity to build skills in the academic environment.
Please note: These positions are not specifically designated for graduate students and are not included in funding or admission packages.
Furthermore, Rutgers University-Camden actively participates in the Federal Work-Study program, which assists eligible students in obtaining part-time employment opportunities. Work-study positions encompass a wide range of roles, including administrative tasks in academic departments, library assistance, student services support, and responsibilities related to campus facilities.
Please note: Work-study positions are available only to domestic students who have completed the FAFSA and meet the eligibility criteria.
To explore and find part-time positions on campus, please utilize the links below.
JOB LISTINGS AND RESOURCES
Throughout the year, various offices across campus offer job opportunities specifically for current graduate students. These job listings provide students with a chance to further their professional growth and contribute to the campus community.
Looking for more job opportunities? Check out Handshake and the Human Resources Employment Opportunities page.
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