Center for Career Exploration

Campus Employment

On-campus employment helps students get involved in the Brown community while developing important professional skills such as time management, critical thinking and communication, just to name a few.

Students who engage in campus jobs are likely to build productive and rewarding relationships with Brown staff, faculty and peers. Many students and alumni also report that having a campus job helped them feel a meaningful sense of belonging and community at Brown. While campus jobs can certainly (and importantly) equip you with financial resources, they can also enhance your resume, provide insights into certain career pathways, improve your networking and storytelling skills and prepare you to secure future internships, research and employment experiences.

Student employment at Brown is centrally managed in University Human Resources (UHR). Workday is the one stop for undergraduate student workers to manage their jobs at Brown University.
If you’re not sure where to start, you might find meeting with another student as a great way to begin.

More Information About Peer Advising

Whether you are looking for something that meets the needs of your schedule or aligns with your personal career exploration goals, the Brown Center for Career Exploration can help you navigate the campus job search process. Our Peer Career Advisors can assist you with identifying campus job opportunities that are right for you, writing your resume, preparing for interviews, and navigating the student employment hub on Workday where all student jobs can be found.