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


Student Worker Open Positions

Position Title Application Process Contact
Student Photography Job Description Email application to
Various Positions Contact Dr. Durrell @
Game Day Operations Graduate Assistant Job Description Send resume to
Customer Service Rep Job Description Send resume to
Lifeguard Job Description Apply online at
Office Assistant Job Description Andrew Watson at
Lanier Baptist Church Job Description Contact Sandra Kennedy at
Paint Applicators Job Description Contact Ann Clark at
Woodland Christian Camp Job Description Apply at
Leader/Tutors/Mentors Application Send application to
Summer Camp Counselor Job Description
Summer Camp Counselor Job Description
Education Student Assistant Job Description
History Tutor Job Description
Intramural Sports Student Worker Job Description
Math Tutor Job Description
Science Laboratory Assistant Job Description
Soccer Coach Job Description
Student Photographer Job Description
Teacher Assistant Job Description

Student Worker 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.


Intership Title Details
Middle School Math Teacher View Full Details
Digital Asset Management Internship View Full Details
Business/Supply Chain Contact Dr. Durrell at
Sierra Nevada Journeys View Full Details
Auburn Christian Fellowship Internship View Full Details
Photography/Social Media View Full Details
Operation Cleanup Internship View Full Details
Chance Medical Academy View Full Details
Children's Ministry Internship View Full Details
Christian Encounter Ranch View Full Details


Find the major that’s right for you.

Step 1: Learn about yourself and job positions that interest you.

Take a personality test: Myers-Briggs Type or Enneagram Test

Take a job interest quiz: O*Net Online or CareerOneStop

Step 2: Learn what majors Point University offers by clicking here.

You need to decide a major by the time you accumulate around 40 credit hours because once you exceed that mark, you enter into major specific coursework.

Step 3: Learn where you can go to declare your major or change it.

First, schedule a meeting to talk to your advisor and get his or her advice. Then, email your decision to the Registrar Department or set up a meeting to discuss it in person.