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Internships, Volunteering, & Jobs
The Jobs Board
See Current Openings: the Jobs Board has listings for Federal Work Study and student employment positions, internships, and off-campus openings in the area.
Hire a Student: post an opening to the Jobs Board.
Federal Work Study Positions
The Sierra Nevada University Career Center provides part-time employment for eligible students under the Federal Work-Study Program.
Eligibility: To establish eligibility for Federal Work Study funds a student must complete the FAFSA and confirm acceptance with the Office of Financial Aid. To check eligibility and affirm participation in the program, please contact:
Find an Opening: Visit the Career Center on the third floor of Prim Library and check the Jobs Board to find current openings. In addition to working for the college, students can arrange to work under the FWS program for eligible non-profit organizations that serve and support the community.
Working on Campus
All student employees working on campus must complete employment paperwork and attend student employee orientation through the Human Resources Dept. before beginning work.
Internships & Service Learning
Sierra Nevada University has agreements for internship placement with a number of businesses, schools, resorts, and public service agencies. The internship experience complements and reinforces our classroom-based curriculum by allowing SNU students to put their creative and problem-solving skills to work in professional situations. Interns can earn up to 3 academic credits while experiencing first hand the realities and requirements of potential careers. In many cases, SNU graduates return to their intern placement sites for full-time employment.
The Internship and Service Learning Databases are good starting points for exploring internship opportunities. Please remember:
- Not all of the placements listed may still be available, or be available during your time frame.
- All SNU Tahoe students who contact organizations about internships or service learning projects are responsible for presenting themselves in a professional manner - you are representing the college!
Complete information for Students and Employers is in the Internship Handbook.
The Career Center is committed to assisting you as you begin exploring and defining who you are, what your innate talents, interests, and skills are, and what professional paths you may be interested in exploring. Career Counseling is a free service for SNU students and alumni. Get help with:
- Discovering how you could utilize your degree
- Study abroad
- Assessing your interests, values and talents in the world of work.
- Creating a focused and powerful resume
- Writing an effective cover letter
- Preparing for an interview
- Developing a job-search strategy
LinkedIn Career Tools to research current job opportunities and salary information:
For help with employment or career services please contact: