Student Employment

On campus employment can also be a great way to earn money for college and gain valuable work experience. Work study and non-work study positions are available throughout campus and jobs range from office assistance to catering.

Daemen College Work Program

Funded by Daemen College, this award is designed to help students meet their college cost. The Financial Aid Office arranges jobs on campus. The hours worked per week will vary.

Federal Work Study

This is a federally funded work program based on financial need. Students typically work 10 hours per week during the academic year and receive a biweekly paycheck. Participants in the Federal Work Study program are primarily employed on campus, however there are occasions were students work off-campus in community service positions. Students are paid the minimum hourly wage. An award of Federal work study does not guarantee job placement.

Daemen College Federal Work_Study Program Handbook 2014-2015 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internships

Career Development and Cooperative Education services provide students of Daemen internship and co-op positions through out the community and beyond.  An added bonus: internship employer’s frequently offer Daemen interns full-time positions.

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know service learning is important on Daemen’s campus?

The Western New York Service Learning Coalition, located on Daemen’s campus serves as a conduit for community organizations seeking service-learning students.

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Student Profiles

Peter Loney

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"I think one of the most crucial aspects of the Daemen curriculum is the required internship. I was an accounting intern for both a private health care company and a certified public accounting firm. I was able to apply lessons learned in the classroom to real business situations. When my internships were over, each company offered me a full-time position."