Student Job Opportunities

We are currently seeking students to support departments within Auxiliary Services. Below is a list of the positions that are currently open for applications:

Auxiliary Services
Graphic Design Intern

Job responsibilities will include supporting the design of monthly newsletters, departmental communications and other fun projects. Applicants must demonstrate intermediate design skills and be available to maintain a consistent schedule of 5-10 hours per week which will include regular office hours. Interested applicants must submit a resume and relevant work samples. [[auxiliary,Apply Here]]

 
B&N College Bookstore
Bookseller

Deliver outstanding customer service to students, faculty, administration, and other customers on a day-to-day basis. Work to support an efficient, cost-controlled, well-merchandised, and profitable bookstore that best serves the academic community and Barnes & Noble College.  Job DescriptionApply Here

 

Conference & Event Services
 
Conference Ambassador

The Conference & Event Ambassadors (CEAs) provide summer support to William & Mary’s full-time Conference and Event Services team. Ambassadors will be expected to represent the college to external clients with a high level of professionalism while delivering excellent customer service and event assistance. Job Description 

 

Dining Services
 
Student Dining Ambassador

Promote W&M Dining events and initiatives through various channels including digital, print, and in-person opportunities. Ambassadors will work with specific dining locations across campus to support the marketing and branding of these facilities.  Job Description

 

Parking & Transportation Services
 
Student Driver 

Drive for college events as they are submitted to the Office of Parking and Transportation. Some of these events may take place off campus. Drivers are needed to transport students to and from area airports as Airport Shuttles before, during, and after Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Winter Break, and Spring Break.  Job Description

 

Updated April 8, 2019