ATTENTION Stony Brook Students:
Suffolk County Buses are now $1.00 with your Stony Brook ID.
Why should I work part time?
Participating in a part-time work experience provides you with the opportunity to:
- Gain professional skills that will enhance marketability upon graduation
- Learn more about the professional world
- Explore potential careers
- Earn money to help pay for educational expenses
- Meet and network with new people outside the campus community
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How do I get involved?
Our exclusive Internet service database, ZebraNet, enables you to search immediate part-time job listings, internships and volunteer opportunities, both on and off campus. ZebraNet also allows you to post your resume online, view job search tools and much more!
Introducing Brookhaven's New JobHaven.org Message Board: A new way to find out about job listings directly from Brookhaven employers.
Jobs Express - Job Openings in New York State: There are current job openings in New York's 10 regional economies. New Yorkers can view the region they live in, see which industries are growing and find out what jobs are available in that economic sector.
Local employers fax job postings to the Career Center daily. You can find these jobs advertised on ZebraNet. You can also find job postings on our bulletin boards located outside the Career Center.
Additional Resources for Job Postings
Local newspapers such as Suffolk Life, This Week, Three Village Times, Port Jefferson Herald and Newsday are newspapers that have various job listings. These resources can be found at Stop & Shop, Wild By Nature and local delicatessens.
On-campus position listings are now available on-line through ZebraNet. Students may access on-campus employment opportunities including Federal Work-Study, Graduate Assistant and Student Assistant positions and on-campus internships.
The Office of Financial Aid Services, located on the ground level of the Administration building, around the corner from Admissions, provides advisement to students who want to know if they have Federal Work Study money. For further information call 632-6840. Additional opportunities are available through the Faculty Student Association. Their office is located at Suite 250, Student Union, and their phone number is 632-9306.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Karen Clemente, Student Employment Coordinator, at 632-6089.