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.

Cashier, Prospect cafe and pizzeria

Greet and assist customer with walk in order. Take order via phone and fax (grub hub). Bag food and set it ready for delivery and take out. Bring food out to customers dinning in. Other responsibilities include: making sure tables and front is clean, napkins and other items are filled, re filling dressing and pita breads. Employee must have great communication skills to understand customers and input all order via POS system. Great interpersonal skills and customer skills required. This position is for summer starting ASAP and going into late August. If student is willing to work part time when new semester start we will accept. We are looking for serious applicants who want to work, are serious about the job and are tardy and responsible for their shift. Tips are also an added bonus to the hours pay received. You must apply by emailing the owner (joanna gerakis) and filling out an application at the store.

137 prospect street
Waltham, MA 02453
United States

Opportunities for Inclusion (formerly GWArc)
Opportunities for Inclusion (formerly GWArc) seeks a student intern in marketing and development for 8-10 hours per week. We are a 62 year old nonprofit human services provider of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We serve over 300 individuals annually in Employment, School to Work Transitions, Day Habilitation, Community Based Day Supports and Recreation Services. We are located off Moody Street in Waltham.

As we are state funded, we depend on fundraising and grant writing to enhance our programs and services. The agency has a full time experienced Director of Marketing & Development who will supervise the intern. The agency has several ongoing fundraising events including our annual Harvest Breakfast, Annual Appeal, and a spring live cable TV auction held annually in the community. The tasks of an intern will range from community outreach to in-house ongoing projects that need to be completed.

Intern duties include:
• Event planning – program ad book, auction item solicitation and other tasks as needed for 49th Annual Harvest Breakfast (October)
• Participation in preparation of three annual newsletters (January, June, September), including taking photos and obtaining photo releases
• Assistance with Annual Appeal mailings and follow up (November, February, April)
• Maintenance of Raisers Edge donor management system
• Drafting donor thank you letters
• Updating of brochures, display boards and other print media to be used at expos, annual meetings, and community events
• Social media – Facebook, Twitter, Constant Contact email marketing
• Website content maintenance
• Compiling and developing ongoing business/individual connections for in-kind and monetary donations

We recognize the importance of offering work experience to future members of the work force and strive to create and supervise a meaningful experience for interns which will add to their portfolio and work skills. We seek a reliable, confident and creative student who can connect with our mission to serve individuals with disabilities. Interns and staff represent the agency in the community and we seek polished presentation and appearance. Computer literacy, excellent writing skills and reliable transportation arrangements are a must. Microsoft Publisher experience a plus. Flexibility in schedule can be accommodated. Salary $12/hour, rising to $13/hour in January 2020. Work study can be accommodated. Position available for Fall 2019 semester with potential to continue through Spring 2020 semester.

We invite you to view our web site – www. for more information. Please email your resume to Joanne Raymond, if interested.
Retiree needs ongoing help with various chores, including cleaning/sorting/filing and general organizing.  Tasks variable, according to your interests/abilities, as well as my fluctuating needs and priorities. 

Hours:  very flexible, to be mutually agreed on.
Location:  Lincoln (about 7 mi NW of campus). 
Transportation:  provided if necessary