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St. Petersburg, FL 33711

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Wednesday
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Friday
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Career Services

Career Resources

Note to Students

  • Remember that you must complete an I-9 form if this is your first time to be employed on campus.
  • You need an employment form for each assignment and for each year that you work (employment forms do not carry over from year to year)
  • You can not start your work study or student assistantship until your I-9 and employment forms are completed.
  • For more information about Federal & International Work Study or a Student Assistantship, please call the Office of Career Services at ext. 8258.

Federal Work Study (FWS)

  • You must be an American Student or US Citizen to receive a Federal Award.
  • If you are not sure if you have been awarded Federal Work Study, you can call Financial Aid at ext. 8334.
  • If you are working for the first time on campus you will need to complete an I-9 form before you begin working. You must complete this form in the Office of Career Services.
  • You may not begin working until the I-9 form is completed.

International Work Study (IWS)

  • In order to work on campus you must complete an I-9 form in the Office of Career Services. You may not begin working until the I-9 is completed.
  • If you do not have a Social Security card, contact the Director of International Student Programs in the Office of Student Affairs for the appropriate paperwork. It may take several weeks to secure a Social Security card.
  • International Work Study recipients may work in any Work Study position on campus.
  • International students may not work more than 20 hours total per week (INS regulation)

Student Assistantship (SA)

  • Student Assistant positions are available to all students.
  • If you are working for the first time on campus you will need to complete an I-9 form before you begin working. You must complete this form in the Office of Career Services.
  • If you have a completed I-9 form, then you can take an employment form to your supervisor to be signed. These forms are available in the Office of Career Services.
  • Your I-9 and student employment forms must be completed before you may begin work.
  • International students can accept student assistantship; however they are not allowed to work more than a total of 20 hours across all jobs per week (INS regulations)

Internships Spotlight

  • FIS, St. Petersburg, FL
    Summer Management Intern
  • Disney Worldwide Services, Lake Buena Vista, FL
    WDW Assistive Technology Professional Internship: Summer 2014
  • University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
    (REU) Program: Models in Ecology, Evolution and Systematics
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Jobs Spotlight

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Internship Referrals

Parent Council Members, Parents, Trustees, Alumni, Staff, and other friends of Eckerd College, if you have an internship you want us to pursue and share with Eckerd students and alumni please complete our Internship Referral Form. Career Services will follow-up with you or the contact you designate on the form to confirm the opportunity details.

NOTE: If you are the Employer offering the internship, please register and enter your opportunity on Triton Track.