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Student Aids

Student-aid positions are funded through NYIT and are available to all students. These jobs are mainly in the computing labs and at the learning centers. If you receive a student-aid job, you will be awarded a specific amount of money. You work on campus and are paid an hourly rate. When you have earned all the money allocated, you must stop working immediately or ask your supervisor if you are eligible for an award increase. If you receive an increase, you must notify the Office of Student Employment so that your time sheet can be updated.

Departments seeking student aids usually advertise the positions at the end of August. The jobs run from Sept. 1 through Aug. 31 or until your student-aid funds run out.

How to Search for a Student Aid- On Campus job:

  1. Log onto NYIT’s Career Net (see instructions at the top of webpage on how to log in)
  2. Update your student profile
  3. Student Employment recommends every student should have their resume reviewed by Career Services before applying for a position. To receive your resume review from Career Services, upload your resume by using; My Account, My Documents (it will take 24-48 business hours to get feedback from a Career Counselor)
  4. To search for a Student Aid job, Click on Job Search tab
  5.  Under “Position Type”, select Student Aid-On Campus and click Search
  6. Once you have selected a job that interest you, contact the supervisor that is listed and set up an interview to meet with them.
  7. Download FWS forms from the Resource Library (which can be found on the left hand side of the Career Net webpage) and bring them with you to the interview.
  8. All forms must be completed by the student, as well as signed by your supervisor.
  9. Bring all forms to Student Employment, along with the proper ID’s (see I9 for details), before you start working.

PLEASE NOTE: All forms must be approved by Student Employment and student employees will not be paid for hours worked prior to the date approved and stamped by the Office of Student Employment.****