Student Employment Opportunities
Office of Retention & Student Success Initiatives
Due to COVID-19, all student positions in this office will be working remotely from home in autumn semester 2020 for the majority of the time. There will limited in-person responsibilities conducted on campus.
Are you interested in being a student employee at Newark next year?
Do you have experience and the strengths to be a peer mentor?
Do you want to work in a dynamic and flexible environment?
If so, then you should consider applying for a position as an Academic Peer Coach and Student Assistant in the Office of Retention & Student Success Initiatives!
Be a part of a great team by mentoring students in one of our learning communities, which supports new college students as they transition from high school to college and throughout their first year.
Get involved in student success initiatives beyond the learning communities as well by helping to ensure all students have the necessary supports, both inside and outside the classroom at Newark!
Learn More About Our Positions
Details of each position and eligibility requirements are included below. Academic Peer Coach positions are incredibly visible student employment positions on campus and afford students many great benefits beyond just receiving a paycheck.
Watch our virtual session to learn more and hear from current academic peer coaches and staff!
Don’t wait…apply now while positions are still available!
Academic Peer Coach and Student Assistant - Buckeye Generation Learning Community for first-generation students
Academic Peer Coach and Student Assistant – Engineering Learning Community for engineering and pre-engineering students (do not have to be an engineering major to apply)
Apply by completing a Student Employment Application, AVAILABLE HERE!
We look forward to reviewing all applications!
Office of Retention & Student Success Initiatives Team
For questions, please contact:
Director of Retention & Student Success Initiatives and Associate Faculty Member
The Ohio State University at Newark