• WORK HERE

    Research suggests students who get involved through on-campus employment that is 20 hours per week or less are more successful.
  • LEARN HERE

    Your on-campus employment opportunity provides students with employability skills for the workforce.
  • GROW HERE

    Your on-campus employment opportunity helps give students a competitive edge after graduation.
  • STUDENT SUCCESS: WORKING TO LEARN

    Your employment opportunity can provide real-world, career-focused experience for USF students." Click on the image to check out USF Magazine's article "Student Success: Working to Learn".
  • FIND US ON FACEBOOK

    Click on the image to visit our official Facebook page for updates on our upcoming workshops and events.

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Meet Mike Utaegbulam

Mike Utaegbulam is the creator of the Student Employment@USF wesbite. He was a Temporary Student Employee (TSE) majoring in Criminology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences and is now a proud graduate from the University. He is also a member of Phi Beta Sigma International Fraternity Inc.

Meet Nelly Resendiz

Nelly Resendiz is the main administrator of the Student Employment@USF facebook page. Nelly is a Federal Work Study (FWS) student and junior majoring in accounting. Nelly is also the Historian for the Mexican American Student Association and a mentee for the Corporate Mentor Program at the College of Business

Meet Kanesha Johnson

Kanesha Johnson is a junior majoring in Criminology with a minor in American Sign Language and Entrepreneurship. She is one of the two student administrators of this site.

Meet Kevin Casey

Kevin Casey designed the Student Employment@USF Job Search Workshops. Kevin is a 2nd year graduate student in the College Student Affairs M.Ed. program