Students at job fair

Student Employment

Student Employment is coordinated through the Office of Career Services on each NYIT campus to provide a variety of on-campus employment and off-campus paid community service opportunities for NYIT students, which foster and promote career and leadership development.

In a part-time job on campus, or working off campus at a nonprofit community service organization, students may enhance their academic experiences by applying learned skills and theories in a practical setting while earning income to assist with college expenses. Student Employment also allows the student an opportunity to interact in a global community and meet critical needs of the college as well as learn skills for career preparedness.

In support of the academic mission of the college, the Office of Student Employment provides a variety of on-campus and off-campus paid employment opportunities for NYIT students.

These opportunities foster and promote career, personal and professional development and aids in the ability to enhance the necessary skills needed for success after graduation.Students have the ability to apply learned skills and theories in a practical setting while earning income to assist with college expenses.

The Office of Student Employment strives to:

  • Support the recruitment and retention goals of NYIT
  • Assist students seeking part-time employment that will complement and support their academic experience
  • Provide training for career and professional development
  • Expose students to experiences that foster lifelong learning and job development
  • Assist students in financing their education
  • Educate and assist supervisors and employers in their role as supervisors
  • Deliver administrative and technical support to employers and the NYIT community

Student Employment is available to students who are in good academic standing and, for a number of jobs on campus, have demonstrated financial need. Financial need is determined by the Office of Financial Aid, and is based on information provided in the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. If you are unaware of your Federal Work-Study status, please go to the Office of Financial Aid and meet with a representative. Although international students are not eligible for federal aid, they can apply for other on-campus student employment funded through the Student Aid Program, which is administered through Student Employment.

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