You'll find many employment opportunities at NIU, including administrative and academic work. Having a job on campus can help you:
Refine your career goals.
Gain valuable work experience.
Finance your education.
Apply knowledge learned in the classroom.
Develop professional skills.
General Student Employment
There are four types of general student employment:
Regular student employment: These jobs are open to you if you meet general eligibility requirements.
Federal work-study employment: These jobs are open to you if you were awarded federal work-study as part of your financial aid package. You can earn up to the amount on your financial aid award letter.
Community service: These jobs require federal work-study and are located in the community or with off-campus agencies.
Internships: These consist of both regular and work-study employment. They allow you to apply what you've learned in the classroom and explore career interests. Internships can be paid or unpaid, and can result in academic credit.