Enrich your Bowdoin experience by working on campus.
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There are several possibilities for work on campus whether you are a first-year student, an international student, or a student who has been here a few years. For many students, working is an integral part of their Bowdoin experience. On-campus jobs provide vital experience, enduring connections, and opportunities for growth. 

All students are eligible for on-campus employment regardless of their financial aid status, and approximately 70 percent of students choose to work while at Bowdoin.  

Find a Job

  • View current positions and apply for jobs through JobX, our online job board
  • Sign up for JobMail and be the first to know when a job is posted
  • Check out our page specifically for first-year students
  • Attend the fall Job Fair
  • Ask around—network with staff, faculty, and friends about jobs on campus
  • Schedule an appointment with the student employment office (SEO) for additional assistance
Congratulations, you got a job! Before you start working:
  • You will need to complete your one-time employment forms. Stop by SEO to complete your I-9 in-person and be sure to bring the required identification (original and unexpired documents).
  • If you are an international student who needs to obtain a social security card, follow the steps outlined in the International Students section. 

Complete Workday Onboarding

  • After the I-9 is complete, watch for an email from SEO with a link to Workday. The final three forms must be completed online through Workday before you begin working.  
    1. Direct Deposit (account # and routing #)
    2. Federal W-4
    3. Maine W-4

Review all Student Employment Policies

Be sure you are familiar with Bowdoin policies BEFORE you start working.  If you are hired into a job where you may have access to confidential information or sensitive data, you will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement on or before your first day of work. 

Enter your Time in Workday
  • If you are working in a job that requires you to use a timeclock, be sure to swipe in and out each time you work. Your time will be submitted automatically at the end of each pay period.
  • If you are entering time through a computer or the mobile Workday app, be sure to enter your time each day and submit every other week before the payroll deadline.
  • Forgot to log your time and the deadline has passed? Complete a prior pay period adjustment form and submit it to the payroll office.  
Get Paid!
  • Pay is bi-weekly (every other Friday). For specific dates, refer to the payroll schedule. 
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