Student Jobs Available

October 27, 2013 —  

  • The College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a work-study student to assist the College's Marketing and Communications team. Duties include writing/editing content for: the College's website and bi-monthly newsletter, event announcements, social media, brochures and other marketing materials as needed.  Candidates should be creative and detail-oriented with strong writing, editing and communication skills.  A background in marketing, journalism, English or communication is preferred but not required. Interested?  Please email Diane Ketler,, with your resume and 2-3 writing samples.

  • The Department of Culture and Communication is looking for four to six students with work-study funds to assist in the Department Office. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00AM – 5:00PM.  Duties include answering phones, greeting students and other visitors, filing, photocopying, running errands on campus, and other miscellaneous duties as assigned. Students should have a strong work ethic, attention to detail, ability to work efficiently and independently, and be reliable, conscientious and organized. To apply, please contact Sharon Wallace at 215-895-2456 or by email

  • The Department of Psychology is looking for a work-study student to fill an exciting position in its front office. Front Desk positions help build connections internally (within the department) and externally (with the Drexel community). Students will greet visitors, and assist faculty and staff with routine tasks including filing, faxing, scanning, data entry, mail sorting, phones and interoffice delivery. Interested students who are eligible should contact Roseanne Lovelick, at 215-895-2543

  • Drexel Edits, a center for support of nonprofit communications, is looking for one student with work-study grants to serve as an assistant to the center's director this fall quarter. Applicants should have good organizational skills, attention to detail, familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel, minimum grade of B+ in all writing intensive courses taken to date, good interpersonal skills, and an interest in the written word and nonprofit organizations. Interested applicants should contact Lawrence Souder at

Please note that work-study students will be paid through the Federal Work Study Program (FWS). In order to qualify for the FWS, students must apply for federal assistance through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).