Flexible Jobs for Students

On-campus employers offer flexible work opportunities to fit student schedules. We’ve found that these opportunities often help students clarify their academic and career goals.

B110 Mentors

B110 mentors are trained to assist students enrolled in B110 with study skills and understanding course content.  Mentors work with a B110 instructional team consisting of a faculty member, a graduate assistant, and a peer mentor.  To apply to become a peer mentor, you must be a earning major or minor in psychology, completed B110 or both B104 and B105 with a grade of B or higher, have an overall GPA at least 3.0, and a psychology GPA at least 3.0.

If you are selected as a peer mentor, you will be assigned to a B110 section that fits your schedule.  Mentors are required to attend and assist during class sessions and participate in a bi-monthly mentor seminar held on Fridays.  For more information, please contact, Dr. Debora Herold, dssasso@iupui.edu.

Bepko Learning Center

Resource mentors are trained learning specialists who assist students with study skills. Mentors also work at the Resource Desk to provide information to students regarding academic support centers, tutoring, and campus resources. Learn more and apply.

Chemistry Peer-Led Team Learning Workshop Leader

PLTL workshop leaders are students who have successfully completed C105. Workshop leaders guide and direct six to eight students currently taking C105 while improving their own comprehension and skills. Each week all the leaders get together with faculty to review the upcoming material and take their understanding of the material to the next level. Learn more.

IUPUI Talent

IUPUI Talent serves as an online resource of postings for on-campus and off-campus student employment, including work-study positions, internships, and full-time positions. Search Talent for open positions.

Math Assistance Center (MAC)

Potential mentors and tutors must be skilled in difficult mathematics and also possess the strong interpersonal communication skills needed to explain the details of those mathematics. Because of the demanding requirements to fill these positions and the commitment required, the individuals who work at the MAC are some of the highest paid students on campus. Learn more and apply.

Psychology Peer Advisor

The Peer Advisor is a student held paraprofessional position. The Peer Advisor reports to the Director of Student Development and the Career & Academic Advisor and performs duties in the Psychology Advising Office. The main purpose of this position is to advise a diverse body of psychology majors educating them about academic and course advising resources & tool, career development resources & tools and experiential learning opportunities in order to help build students’ academic and career planning confidence, knowledge about their degree program and career options, and action plan to carry out their academic and career goals.

Learn more and apply.

Research Positions Across Campus

Students may choose from an array of research options that allow them to get paid as they work one-on-one with world renowned faculty in a laboratory—as early as freshman year! Learn more.

The Life-Health Sciences Internship program APPLY Before March 14th!

The Life-Health Sciences Internship program is geared for students who are looking to go into careers in the life sciences or health sciences. It is a paid internship ($10/hour for up to 10 hours/week) for one academic year, and students a...re placed with faculty mentors on campus. Students engage in research projects with their mentors, and LHSI is a great way to make professional connections on campus and gain valuable work experience! Students interested in applying for the 2014-2015 academic year may enter their names in this website to stay updated:http://lhsi.medicine.iu.edu/apply

Also, be sure to like LHSI on Facebook (facebook.com/iupui.lhsi) and follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/IUPUI_LHSI). If you have any questions regarding the program, email lhsi@iupui.edu.

University Information Technology Services (UITS)

University Information Technology Services (UITS) is the administrator of the campus-wide IT infrastructure. They develop and maintain a modern information technology environment throughout the university in support of the university’s vision for excellence in research, teaching, outreach, and lifelong learning. Hourly job opportunities include Technology Center Consultant, Support Center Consultant, IT Training Classroom Assistant and Service Desk Technician. Learn more and apply.

University Library

The University Library is the main library on campus and they hire students for various part-time positions including such things as Circulation Desk Attendant (checks out books, etc.), Computer Consultant (the library has a number of public use computers), Security Monitor and Shelving Specialist (sorts returned books and reshelves them appropriately). Learn more and apply.

Life-Health Sciences Internships

Life-Health Sciences Internships connect IUPUI life and health sciences undergraduates with research and professional experience internships on and near the IUPUI campus. This program helps students to explore their career objectives and future career pathways while also fostering valuable professional connections between students and faculty and staff. The students belong to a community of interns and mentors who support one another throughout the internship experience and beyond. Learn more and apply.

STEM Summer Internship

The STEM Summer Internship Program is funded by the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education (UCASE) at IUPUI. It aims to engage Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students in educationally purposeful activities that allow them the opportunities to examine their interest in and disposition for teaching science in middle or high schools. STEM Education Interns receive $3,000 stipends for working full-time in seven-week summer internship positions at IUPUI and other non-profit organizations in Indianapolis. Learn more and apply.