Students in the Bryan/College Station area should access Jobs for Aggies
to view on- and off-campus part-time positions. On-campus departments are required to post their positions on Jobs for Aggies. If you are interested in working for a specific department, you may wish to contact them directly.
Students in Galveston should access the Galveston Human Resources
website to see available on-campus positions. Students at the Texas A&M Law School can find on- and off-campus job opportunities through the Law School Career Services
First Steps when entering the Jobs for Aggies Job Board for the first time:
- Update required personal information, and add or create a resume (students cannot apply for positions until required personal information is completed and a resume is saved in the Job Board).
- Personal Information can be updated in the My Account section of the home page, found on the left-hand side.
- Resume can be uploaded to My Documents. If you do not have a resume to upload, you can create one with the Resume Builder which is found in the Documents section of the home page.
- Complete as much as your profile as possible. When you apply on Jobs for Aggies for a position, the employer will be able to view your profile, your resume, and other documents the employer may have requested in the job posting.
- Profile information can be updated in the Profile section of the home page.
- We also recommend you upload your class schedule or some document showing your available work hours.
You can narrow your job search depending on your preferences by position type (all positions on the Jobs for Aggies Job Board will be labeled as Part Time Student Employment), location (on- or off-campus) or by using keywords to find jobs of interest to you. Some examples of keywords are: Office, Lab, Computer, Recreation, and Animal Science. Job postings with these words in the job title or description will be displayed. If you have work study funding you may want to use words such as Aggie Tutors, work study required or CSP (Community Service Program) to find positions specifically looking for students with work study. Please note that using very specific terms will greatly limit your search results.
Always apply or inquire about all jobs that appeal to you. There are no guarantees that a particular employer will contact you for an interview. You should apply to multiple jobs to increase your chances of getting an interview. Be sure to follow the application instructions of the employer when applying to a job.