If you are looking to get involved with the Berklee community while earning some money, you may want to consider applying for student employment.
The Student Employment program provides opportunities for you to work part-time on campus, thereby helping you to meet some of your living expenses. With more than 500 positions ranging from 10 to 15 hours of work per week, as well as daily opportunities for project-based temporary employment, student employment is a great opportunity for professional and educational growth.
Virtually every department at Berklee employs students. You could become a stage hand at the Berklee Performance Center, assist with the technical maintenance of Berklee’s state-of-the-art recording facilities, get involved in community outreach, or host tours of the college for prospective students and their families. These are just a few of the employment opportunities available that can help broaden and develop your set of skills while you are enrolled full-time.
Who Can Apply?
Student employment is open to all students, with eligibility based primarily on your suitability for a particular position.
How to Apply?
To apply for student employment, fill out a student employment application here.
Students interested in other types of employment opportunities should consider exploring the Berklee Career Manager, which includes jobs, gigs, internship opportunities and more from Berklee's Career Development Center, Office of Experiential Learning, and International Career Center.
If you're considering applying to Berklee, please visit the Paying for Your Education section of our website for an overview of the process of applying for aid.