UWM at Waukesha has two types of student employment available on campus.
Work-Study Employment: Work-study is a federal student aid program that is based on need and awarded as part of the total financial aid package. A FAFSA application must be completed to be considered for the Federal Work-Study Program. Check your UWM PAWS account to see if you qualify, or reach out to the Career and Internship Coordinator for help. You must be enrolled in at least 6 credits during the semester for these on-campus jobs.
Regular Employment: These jobs are available to all students enrolled in at UWM at Waukesha. Work-study is not a requirement for these on-campus jobs.
Activities Coordination Team (A.C.T.) Staff
- Work in a team environment to create programs and activities
- Coordinate all aspects of programs, including marketing, day-of coordination, clean-up, and evaluation
- Recruit volunteer help
- Engage with the student body to determine programs of interest
- Ability to communicate and work with others
- Be punctual and responsible
- Be creative and flexible
- Ability to work independently and problem solve when needed
- Ability to create marketing materials preferred
Pay rate: $10.00 per hour
- Ability to work 5-10 hours per week
- Mondays from 12:00 – 12:45pm required
- One of the following: Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday from 12:00 – 12:45pm required
- Availability from 11:00 – 12:00pm and/or 1:00 – 2:00pm preferred
- Be willing to adjust schedule with prior notice for large events (Mardi Gras, Spring Fling, etc.)
Interested? Contact Sue Kalinka at email@example.com. Application deadline is February 11.
Looking for peer tutors in math, writing, and various subject areas (biology, chemistry, psychology, business, and nursing).
- Work one-on-one with students and/or lead group study sessions
- Preference is given to students who maintain a 3.5 GPA in their subject area and a 3.0 GPA overall
Interested? Email Sara Pagliaroni at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Development Office Assistant
Looking for a positive, organized and energetic Student Development Office Assistant who can multi-task, take a lead role on projects, follows directions and works on their own promoting, marketing and running events for our office. Other assignments include:
- Preparing, promoting, setting up/take down for events and administrative work as assigned
- Help will also be needed in the Maker’s Space in the Union, facilitating crafts, set up and clean up
- There will be weekly tasks assigned as well a variety of projects which may come up unexpectedly, in this fun and interactive office
- Looking for a student who is willing to connect with other students while promoting and executing Student Development events
Interested? Email Candy Decker at email@example.com.
- Lead campus tours for groups of prospective students and guests
- Assist with campus recruitment events as well as campus-wide events
- Assist with event preparation
- Looking for students who have verbal communication and presentation skills as well as leadership skills
- Have the ability to take initiative when working independently
- Have familiarity with the branch campus you attend
- And a positive and welcoming attitude
Interested? Email Nicolette Fugarino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Provide academic and social support to students in grades 6-12th
- Assist with program preparation and presentations on college, careers, life skills, and leadership
- Serve as a positive role model and assist students in their personal and academic development
Interested? Email Millie Wenzel at email@example.com.
Diversity & Pre-College Office Assistant
- Assist in managing the DPC, promoting and assisting campus events, assist with planning office events, speakers, and workshops
- Serve as a campus resource for students by promoting academic success and student development
- Must be comfortable promoting and being a diversity ally and maintaining a professional office environment
Interested? Email Millie Wenzel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Information Technology Technician
- Demonstrates an intermediate level of technical proficiency
- Responsible for maintaining, repairing, and ensuring the functioning of campus technology in classrooms, meeting rooms and anywhere else supported technology is installed
- Provides support consisting of, but not limited to end-user technical support, audio visual installation, maintenance and support, desktop & laptop hardware support, Operating System support, software support, end-user training and documentation as requested
Qualifications & Expectations:
- Proficient in troubleshooting hardware, software and network issues
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Ability to maintain a professional demeanor in stressful situations
- Work independently and follow through on assigned tasks to successful completion
- Detail oriented
- Prior knowledge and familiarity with technology and connection types preferred
- Prior knowledge and familiarity with computer hardware and operating systems preferred
- Abide by all CTS work rules/practices specifically outlined but not limited to the Student Employment Handbook and handbooks and/or rules outlined by your department
- Starting pay is $11.50/hour
- 20 hours per week, preferably 2-6 or 8 M-Th and Fridays during the day
Interested? Email Bill Herrick at email@example.com.
Library Student Assistant
Student library assistants generally work 4 – 10 hours/week. Work hours are scheduled around classes and any other work or personal commitments. Student work schedules may include evening hours. Scheduled hours are effective for the entire semester.
Primary responsibilities of library student assistants include:
- Checking in/out of library materials, including reserve material, at the Circulation Desk
- Providing directions for patrons and referring reference questions to staff librarians
- Answering and transferring phone calls
- Shelving books, magazines, and other library materials
- Light cleaning of library study areas, including vacuuming, wiping off tables, and emptying trash containers
- Special independent projects as assigned by library staff
Special skills and qualifications:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. All positions require some familiarity with computers, computer software, and office equipment such as copiers and printers. Student assistants must be able to follow detailed instructions and complete tasks assigned to them. Students working evening hours must be able to work without supervision.
Starting wage for student assistants is currently $10.50/hour. Interested? Contact J.P. Slater at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find and apply for on-campus positions on Handshake:
- Go to Handshake.
- Click the blue button labeled University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1Login
- Enter your UWM epantherID and password
- Answer the preliminary questions to set your career plan preferences.
- We recommend completing your profile. Click on your name in the top right corner, then “My Profile”.
- Search “UW-Milwaukee College of General Studies On-Campus Employment Office” in the search bar on your account to view the current, open on-campus positions.
Log onto Handshake to also view off-campus jobs and internships.
Have questions about on and off-campus employment?
- Schedule an appointment with the Career and Internship Program Coordinator for help.