Off-Campus Job Opportunities

The Office of Student Financial Services does not sanction or endorse any company or organization listed here. These are posted strictly as a courtesy in an effort to assist students looking for additional sources of income. In depth background checks are NOT performed on individuals or companies listed here. The Office of Student Financial Services advises students to use good judgment when submitting applications. Please be aware of the potential for online job scams. Never accept a job that requires depositing checks into your account or wiring portions to other individuals or accounts. Please contact our office immediately to report suspicious behavior.

International students on F or J visa's are NOT eligible for these positions.

Babysitter / Nanny / After School Help

 Weekday Afternoon Sitter- Lexington

Looking for weekday babysitter, 2 to 6 PM Monday through Thursday. Prior experience with children age 5 and under preferred, drivers license preferred. Located less than 15 minutes from campus. $20/hr

Please contact Karly

Exp: 4/1

Babysitting/ Mother's Helper- Newton

Flexible daytime babysitting/ mother's helper hours.  Mon-Fri
2-4 hours at a visit. $15/hr.  Must enjoy time playing with babies, have some experience with babies and be about to lift child as needed (22lbs).  Child is 1yr old.

Please contact Alissa

Exp. 5/1

Regular Part-Time Child Care needed ASAP and for the summer

We are looking for regular before and after school help ASAP for two children, ages 3 and 6.  Hours are 7:30-8:30am and 3-5:30pm on Tues, Weds, and Thurs.  For the summer, this schedule may vary slightly depending on TBD camp locations and hours, but it will be the same days and approx. the same time window.

Responsibilities during the school year would involve getting our 6 year old onto and off of the school bus and driving our 3 year old to and from pre-school (approx. 6 minutes from our home).  During the summer, we would need help getting the kids to and from camp and pre-school.

Applicants must have their own car and a clean driving record.  Please email to apply.

Exp. 3/16

Child Care- Weston

We are looking for a nice and engaging student to attend to our 2 children (6 and 9) on Thursdays 3-6 (Tuesdays 3-6 also if interested). We live in Weston, about a mile from Brandeis.

The position would involve driving our kids to one activity during that time. Must have own transportation.

Please contact:

Summer Camp Positions

Cambridge Adventure Day Camp

CCA is a 125 year-old community-based nonprofit with a mission to inspire and nurture under-served, urban children through meaningful experiences in a supportive camp community. CCA believes that camp helps kids figure out who they are, make friends, play and have fun.

Our summer staff is made up of fun, talented, and passionate people who want to give back to their community while having a great time. If you're looking for a summer job that allows you to spend time outdoors and do fun activities with amazing kids and colleagues, this could be the job for you! We're looking for people with a passion for fun and enough energy to keep up with 6-11 year-olds for 5 weeks! Individuals with a commitment to kindness and who have camp and/or recreation experience are encouraged to apply. People who work at camp become mentors to great kids, make friends with other staff, and gain valuable work experience. Most of our staff return year after year, and many are pursuing careers working with youth.

CCA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Position: Group Leader

The Group Leader position is full time, 8:30am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday, from June 25th to August 3rd, the last day of camp. Camp is closed on July 4th. Applicants must be available all days that camp is in session. The hourly rate range is $12.00-$16.00/hour based on position, experience, and qualifications.

Job responsibilities (include, but are not limited to):
● Work with a co-leader to supervise and nurture a group of 15 campers (6-8 or 9-11 years-old).
● Fully participate in all aspects of camp, including programming activities and field trips.
● Plan and implement programming activities for campers during group times.
● Work effectively and respectfully with colleagues.

● Must be at least 18 years-old
● High school diploma
● Experience working with children

Please Contact

Position: Studio Art Programming Specialist

The Studio Art Programming Specialist position is full time, 8:30am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday, from June 25th to August 3rd, the last day of camp. Camp is closed on July 4th. Applicants must be available all days that camp is in session. The hourly rate range is $12.00-$16.00/hour based on position, experience, and qualifications.

Job responsibilities (include, but are not limited to):
● Collaborate with other specialists and administrators to develop an engaging program
● Create a curriculum aligned with a camp theme. Activities must be developmentally appropriate, innovative, inspiring, and meant to increase children's overall artistic sensibilities.

● Background in Art Education preferred, but not required
● College graduate, or working toward a degree in studio art and/or education
● Be prepared to share own art as an assessment tool
● Experience working with children

Position: STEM Programming Specialist

The STEM Programming Specialist position is full time, 8:30am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday, from June 25th to August 3rd, the last day of camp. Camp is closed on July 4th. Applicants must be available all days that camp is in session. The hourly rate range is $12.00-$16.00/hour based on position, experience, and qualifications.

Job responsibilities (include, but are not limited to):
● Collaborate with other specialists and administrators to develop an engaging program
● Create a curriculum aligned with a camp theme. Activities must be developmentally appropriate, innovative, inspiring, and meant to increase children's overall knowledge of the STEM fields.

● Background in STEM Education preferred, but not required
● College graduate, or working toward a degree in a STEM field and/or education
● Experience working with children

Exp. 2/25

Camp Osprey- Wimauma, FL

Postiton: Camp Counselor

Camp Osprey is a traditional, overnight summer camp for children 7-15, offering horseback riding, swimming, challenge course, paintball and theme park outings.  We are seeking positive and enthusiastic college students who would enjoy working as camp counselors this summer 2018.  A typical work day may include assisting children on a challenge course or rock climb, life guarding at the lake, teaching arts and crafts or coaching archery or paintball.   Wages are $1200.00 month.  All meals, lodging, laundry service and Disney World admissions are included.  If you are interested please go to and fill out an application.
Please, join our team!

Please Contact:

Exp: 5/1

Drumlin Farm Camp

Teacher Naturalist / Day Camp Counselors – Drumlin Farm Camp
Location: Lincoln, MA
Sanctuary: Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

Do you enjoy being outdoors for the summer? Do you like both nature and working with children? Here is the perfect summer job!

Drumlin Farm Camp is looking for enthusiastic staff to teach campers ages 4 -17 about farming, sustainability and the nature and wildlife of Massachusetts. Provide guidance, instruction and supervision of campers in accordance with Mass Audubon’s educational goals, American Camp Association standards, and the state’s health and safety regulations. Work with our team to plan, prepare and conduct age appropriate lessons and hands-on activities. Lead explorations, stories, crafts, nature games and activities such as forest exploration, insect studies and ponding. Programs focus on nature, ecological research, community service, and teambuilding activities. Some camp session activities may include overnight campouts and off-site field trips.

•    Protect the physical and emotional welfare of campers, fellow staff, and self
•    Work with peers to develop and teach nature camp lesson plans and prepare materials as needed
•    Lead songs and games for campers
•    Maintain an organized work environment and participate in daily Sanctuary cleaning tasks
•    Assume additional related duties as requested
Essential Functions (Applicants must be able to):
•    Visually identify safety issues related to camp operation
•    Monitor camp groups in all types of indoor and outdoor environments (forest, field, pond, shore) and look and listen for key safety concerns and alerts
•    Navigate, run, and play on trails, and easily access all areas of Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary by foot
•    Appropriately address and communicate with campers and families

•    Applicants must be at least 19 years old
•    Be available June 05 – August 10, 2018 for 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
•    Have experience and enjoy working with children
•    Have a strong interest in natural science, wildlife, and/or outdoor education
•    Show ability to design and implement nature-based lessons including games and crafts
•    Have certifications in community CPR (child and adult levels) and basic first aid current through August 2018 or willingness to obtain before June 2018
•    Have experience leading youth groups independently and be organized and self-motivated
•    Candidates must be flexible and creative
•    Provide documented proof of immunity or vaccination record as mandated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and complete the camp’s health form and waiver
•    Successfully complete pre-camp training including Field School
•    As temporary seasonal employees, staff are paid for only the scheduled hours worked, and may be asked to take unpaid leave depending on camp enrollment
•    Favorable completion of both the Criminal and Sex Offender Record Information (expanded CORI & SORI) according to Mass Audubon’s guidelines is required for employment. A private firm will perform out-of-state resident background checks

Compensation and Benefits
Rate of Pay:  $12.00 per hour based on experience and position requirements.

How to Apply
Please email your resume, cover letter and three references to:
Becky Gilles -Camp Director
Exp: 5/5

Restaurant Opportunities

Barista- L'Aroma Cafe & Bakery (West Newton)

Making coffee and espresso drinks. No experience required, but cafe experience would be helpful. Weekday and Weekend shifts, at various hours, available.

Please Contact

Waiter/Waitress - Sushi Box

617 Main Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Sushi Box is a Japanese-Korean restaurant located in Waltham Center across the street from Waltham City Hall.  We are looking for a waiter/waitress available on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Great opportunity for students who prefer working weekends.  Duties include greeting customers, taking food orders, sending orders to the kitchen, and serving food to customers. Rate is $4.00/hr plus tips.  

no experience needed, willing to train.  Knowledge of Japanese cuisine is helpful but not required.  Please email .

Cashier - Prospect Cafe

Greet and assist customers In person, over the phone and via fax orders. Input all food order into the computer using a POS system. Prepare all food to be picked up and bagged for delivery orders. Other responsibilities include keeping your section clean, prepping your post, and attending to all customers in the dining area.

Please email or call 617-913-7119

Prospect Cafe
137 prospect street
Waltham, MA
Landscape Work

Start time is 7 am sharp, work until the job is complete. Work weeks are 45-55 hours per week at full time, less at part time status. With no experience the starting rate is 15.00 per hour.

You will be preforming  general landscape tasks. We have a great team, fun teammates, very diverse and very progressive. We are a well know and well respected company that has been in business for almost 25 years!


Town of Lexington Conservation Division- Lexington, MA

Position: Seasonal Land Management Crew

The Town of Lexington Conservation Department is now accepting applications for the position of Seasonal Land Management Crew. This is a full-time, seasonal position lasting 16 weeks from mid-May through late August.

Dates: 5/14/18-8/31/18
Starting Pay: $11-$12/hr

Duties of the job include maintaining conservation trails, mowing conservation meadows, managing invasive species, restoring plant and wildlife habitat, building/repairing boardwalks, supporting volunteer stewardship efforts, and conducting outreach and educational efforts related to conservation land.  

The job will be open until filled; first consideration given to those who submit their application by March 30th.

To view a full job description and to apply, please visit

Exp: 3/30

Assisting Positions

Kitchen Help- Newton, MA

Looking for 4 hours warming food, ladling soup, washing dishes in private home for large dinner.  $18/hr.  6:30PM-approximately 10PM Saturday 3/31.  House near Eliot T stop on Green Line (Riverside) in Newton Highlands.

Please contact:

Assist New MacPro User and Synching Device

New MacPro User with existing iPhone and iPad.  Need help with set up and synching across devices, including photos, layout for email and deleting across devices, ad blocking, Word for Mac and document formatting and sending, downloads, complete migrating from PC to Apple and cloud use.  Live nearby w/in 15 minutes drive of Campus.  Can provide transportation from Campus.   Needs to be Weekend or evening.  Typical rate of pay.   I am a somewhat technology challenged 1973 Brandeis Graduate.

Please contact:

Personal Assistant

I am seeking an intelligent, professional woman as my part-time Personal Assistant for 1-3 days per week. This position is for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and/or Sunday depending on your availability. Work starts 11:30 a.m. (most often a student has time to fit in a course before) and ends around 6:30 p.m. Weekends usually start later! Hourly rate is $25+. Automobile is needed.
I am a Liberal Woman and I like to discuss many things including films, pop-culture, politics, reading, psychology and my nieces and nephews. I love to laugh and I also enjoy quiet times. I have Multiple Sclerosis, which manifests in pain and fatigue. No personal care is needed. Though self-sufficient I am unable to drive.  
Tasks Include (But Are Not Limited To):  
•    Driving Me to Appointments, Relatives/Friends, Errands  
•    Shopping for Clothing, Gifts, Occasional Groceries  
•    Paperwork - Bills, Forms, Word Docs  
•    Regular Lifting of Online Deliveries  
•    Accompanying Me Out-to-Eat, Movies, Museums….•    Excellent and Confident Driver With a Valid Driver’s License.  
•    Cell Phone for Text/E-mail/Google/GPS  
•    Very Good Computer Skills  
•    Proficient Writer  
•    Basic Math Skills  
•    Non-Smoker, Good Hand Hygiene  
•    Patience and a Positive Attitude  
•    Ability to Work Alone and With Me, Task Focused

Job Start Date:    4/19/2018 - this start date is flexible

Wage:    $25.00-$28.00/hour

My vehicle will be used for transportation. Yours may needed very infrequently.

Please send resume to Jamie at

FireCycle Studio

Front Desk Assistant- Waltham, MA

As the Front Desk Assistant at FireCycle (Part-time) you will be accountable for each riders experience from the second they walk through the door to the minute they leave; in all their sweat-tastic glory. Our goal is to ensure that every rider has a fun-filled and vibrant experience. What does that include, you ask? Greeting, checking in, setting up new riders, and last but not least – lots of smiling! In addition to making a memorable experience, you will support FireCycle Instructors and Studio Managers to ensure that the cycle studio is cleaned and properly setup for each new ride prior to the start of class. You will be a critical part of the growth of our studio; and responsible for ensuring everybody leaves FiredUP! Which, by the way, won’t be too hard because you’re awesome! So just be yourself. If all of this doesn’t sound fiery enough – did we mention you’ll get free classes?! *Spoiler Alert* – this isn’t your average Front Desk job. Join us – you know you want to.

Please contact:

Spin Instructor

As a Spin Instructor at FireCycle this is the moment you’ve been waiting for. YOU are in charge of YOUR ride. That new song on the radio? Play it. Want to dance? Let loose on the bike and show us what you’re workin’ with. It’s your class, you do what you want. All we ask is that while you’re in the studio you bring that enthusiastic, contagiously positive energy, and kick-ass spirit that lives within you. Your ride, your style – it’s really that simple. Let’s work together to push people out of their comfort zones, motivate them to reach their goals, and most importantly leave them feeling stronger, empowered, and sweatier than ever. Our only requirement? You must have an understanding and passion for music, rhythm, and beat. Let’s get them FiredUP and coming back for more! Join us – you know you want to.


Education Positions

Jewish Educator for Monthly Kids Class- Natick, MA

Looking for a Jewish educator to teach in-home Jewish education lessons once a month to two small groups of children (5 to 7 kids in each group). Group age ranges are Pre-K/K (~45 min) and 1st-3rd grades (~1:15min).

We are a group of families, some interfaith, who will be meeting once a month to provide our kids with a general understanding of Jewish culture, holidays and tradition. Class will be held in Natick, and the curriculum topics can be worked out with our group contacts, though the person in this role would be expected to provide the activities and lesson plans.

Each lesson should focus on an upcoming Jewish holiday, tradition, or element of Jewish culture, and can be taught through reading, songs, interactive games/stories, etc. While one group of children is having their lesson, the parents will be running a related hands-on activity with the other group.

-1-2 years experience as a Jewish educator preferred (but not required)
-Energetic, creative and enthusiastic
-Experience with Pre-K through elementary school age kids
-Interactive teaching style
-Must have own transportation
Compensation commensurate on experience, and depends on number of children in attendance, but is estimated at $40-50 per hour ($80-100 per two-hour monthly session. That amount includes lesson preparation and travel time).

Please contact:

Schools for Children, Inc.- Belmont, MA

Position: Group Leader (Lead Teacher)

15-20 Hrs. per week (typically 2:00-6:00pm, but we're flexible)

$15.00-$20.00 per hour (depending on experience)

Group Leader’s responsibilities include:

-Works with the Director and Assistant Director to plan curriculum and activities for all WBCC students throughout the year.

-Implements planned curriculum; performs other duties assigned by the Director or Senior Group Leaders.

-Develops, leads, and assists other staff in running WBCC Clubs and all other programs.

-Coordinates curriculum as part of the daily operation of WBCC.

-Provides independent supervision of groups of 9-13 students.

-Actively participates in all special program activities such as pizza dinners, family engagement vents, talent shows, and other gatherings.

-Ensures that students have the necessary equipment and materials for activities.
-Maintains safety standards as outlined in the WBCC Health Care Policy and ECC regulations.

-Maintains program's facilities and equipment daily.

-Facilitates and leads transitions during the day in a calm and timely manner.

-Observes students and documents student behaviors as necessary.

-Shares feedback concerning activities and behavior of students; enters incident reports in central log; delivers copies to families and child’s file.

-Completes annual student progress reports.

-Completes all aspects of program setup and breakdown each day, including cleaning and maintenance of program space and equipment.

-Other duties as assigned, being flexible with daily assignments based on needs of program

Please contact: and

Exp: 8/15

Temple Shir Tikva Early Learning Center- Wayland, MA

Position: Preschool Teachers

The Temple Shir Tikva Early Learning Center is  play based program, committed to creating a warm environment that fosters a child's natural sense of wonder.  We educate children ages 18 months- 5 years old, providing both early drop off and extended day options beyond our 9am-1 pm core program.

We are currently looking for toddler teachers both for immediate hire  and for the 2018-2019 school year.  Monday-Friday, 9-1pm.  EEC certification preferred

We will have openings for extended day teachers in the fall as well.

Temple Shir Tikva is a vibrant reform community located in Wayland, MA, only 10 minutes from rt 128.

Please contact:

Plato's Closet Waltham

Retail Sales Associate

Plato’s Closet Waltham is hiring sales associates for the spring semester and beyond! Plato’s is a resale store for teens and young adults. This is a great chance to work in a friendly, creative and flexible environment, alongside other area students! Depending on interests and skills, employees sort & purchase clothing and assist with customer service, displays, social media and store tasks. Pay starts at $11/hour plus store discount, and hours are flexible. We look forward to hearing from you!

Please contact: and

Life Guard

Jewish Community Center- Newton, MA

The Aquatics department of the Jewish Community Center in Newton has immediate openings for Lifeguards.  Lifeguards are responsible to enforce safety rules and provide appropriate supervision for the pool area, and ensure a safe environment in and around the pool area. Lifeguard candidates MUST HAVE CURRENT certifications in American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, and AED.

• Ensure safety in and around the pool area at all times
• Anticipate hazardous conditions and take precautionary measures
• Render first aid and CPR within the scope of employee’s certifications
• Maintain pool area so that area is kept clean and safe at all times
• Create a warm and welcoming environment for all members
• Attend training or staff meetings as scheduled
• Maintain appropriate certifications
• Understand safety and emergency preparedness procedures for the JCC

This is an hourly, part-time position. Early morning, daytime, weekend and evening hours will be required.

Please contact:

Exp: 3/31

BeanStalk Adventure Ropes Course

Adventure Course Operator- Reading, MA

The Adventure Course Operator position is a fast paced position in a fun environment. We are currently looking for energetic, people friendly candidates. You will be trained and responsible for a full understanding of the Sky Trail® ropes course including its use for safe and enjoyable facilitation for customer visits. The Operator may also assist with cash receipts, organizing large groups and assisting young visitors with issues of comfort on the ropes course.

Specific Responsibilities:

-Maintain working knowledge of the course including requirements for overall safety of the structure, elements and harnessing, and proper use by visitors.

-Greet all visitors professionally and ensure they are harnessed correctly, wearing appropriate clothing and footwear, and understand the rules of the course.

-Facilitate the visitors' use of the course by explaining the various elements, supervising the participation, and providing encouragement as needed.

-Know proper maintenance and use of the course, use all provided materials and equipment as trained and be present for all scheduled times.

-Do not leave the assigned area for the day without checking in with the Manager/Supervisor in charge.

General Requirements:

-Minimum age of 18 years old.

-Able to clearly and professionally communicate with others and present a professional appearance.

-Reliable transportation and ability to work a flexible schedule is a must.

-Punctuality and ability to follow detailed instructions is a must.

-All applicants must be able to pass a background check.

-Paid Training is provided.

This is a fun, fast-paced environment and professionalism is a must. Local candidates preferred as no relocation expenses will be offered.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $12.00 /hour

Hours vary

Please contact: and

Summer Mover

Olympia Moving and Storage- Watertown, MA

Are you a current or recently graduated college or high school student who would enjoy an active, flexible, and well-paid job with this summer? Olympia Moving and Storage in Watertown, MA can offer you that opportunity. As a mover, you will assist our clients with the physical relocation of household & commercial goods.

This position is for current and recently graduated college and high school students (above the age of 18) who will start with us at the end of their academic year in April , June , or July 2018 , and work through the summer until August or September 2018 when their academic year begins again. Future employment opportunities will be offered for those who wish to return.

Every day we deliver exceptional service, challenge the status quo, and make the industry better. This position is for athletic and able-bodied individuals seeking a full-time position with access to overtime and schedule flexibility. No prior moving experience is required; we will give you all the tools and training you need to become a qualified relocation professional and part of our dynamic organization.

We build Leaders- Not laborers. We offer an opportunity that will give you a daily lesson in leadership. Many of our alumni have gone to start their own businesses, compete in the Olympic Games, and attend the world’s best graduate schools. Additionally, employees who stay with us are promoted to leadership, sales and management permanent positions within the company.

Duties and Responsibilities:
•    Assists/helps with the loading, transportation, and delivery of household goods or office furniture/equipment in accordance with established standards and procedures.
•    Routinely involves lifting, movement and placement of heavy items by hand or with the assistance of material handling equipment (hand-truck or dolly).
•    Receives instruction from crew leader and adheres to all company policies and safety rules.
•    Works with other team members to ensure customer satisfaction and contract compliance in a professional & friendly way.

What we look for:
•    High School and College students who are looking to build life-long skills in client management, communication, problem solving, leadership, responsibility, accountability, and teamwork.
•    Former and current student-athletes and those who have above average strength, stamina, fitness, and grit. Have you been a tough spot, but haven’t given up? We love co-workers like that.
•    People who possess emotional intelligence - the ability to put customers at ease - and protect the customer’s goods and property while working quickly and efficiently.
•    Individuals who are coachable – Always looking for ways to get better? For those willing to learn we have a lot to offer.
•    Punctuality and Dependability – Always a few minutes early?

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 55 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. Must adhere to established safety practices and OSHA regulations.

Apply now to be pre-qualified or to start working on a part time schedule that fits your schedule. Paid training classes will be held at the end of May. Secure your summer job by emailing us today!
Want to learn more?

Visit our website at

Exp: 8/1