Student Employment

Career planning is a lifelong process; which means you’ll spend time gaining and changing employment. Through career exploration, professional development and employment resources, we’ll work with you as a current student to identify your calling and career interests, map out a strategy to find internships and jobs, and coach you on how to interview with confidence and craft effective résumés.

Point isn’t liable for scholarship or internship opportunities through external organizations that are not directly associated with a Point course, academic program, or directly through financial aid/admissions. If you have any questions about this, please contact the Career Center at career.center@point.edu.

 

Student Worker Open Positions

Position Title Application Process Contact
Student Ambassador Job Description Complete the student worker application below with resume.
Golf Course Attendant Job Description Complete the student worker application below with resume.
Science Laboratory Assistant Job Description Complete the student worker application below with resume.

Internships

Intership Title Details
Advancing Hispanics & Latinos Fellowship Program Click here for more details.
Advancing Black Pathways Click here for more details.
Student Ministry Coordinator Click here for more details.
Kimble Foods Click here for more details

Student Worker & Internship Application

If you are interested in applying for one of the above positions, please fill out the application below. Be sure to specify which position you are applying for.

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