Student employment opportunities

Earn extra money working on campus and at events

Have the flexibility of working part-time at various jobs on campus while you earn money toward your expenses or tuition. 

Becoming a student EMPLOYEE

Before you can work for PCA&D you need to become an employee of the College. Contact Michele Wherley at hr@pcad.edu to get that set up. Applicants must be currently enrolled at PCA&D as full-time or part-time students. If you’d like to check your qualification for the federal work-study program, email finaid@pcad.edu.

Available Jobs

Below is a list of current job opportunities for our full or part-time students. To inquire about a job, please email the contact person. 

Admissions Office Student AmbassadorAvailable to work at least 5 hours per week, M-F between 8:30 - 5. Lead weekday tours, chat with students / families, conduct market research, assist with data entry, run mail – learn all the in's and out's of working in an office environment. Depending on your skillset, have the opportunity to design limited-run swag, special print materials, and/or assist with social media campaigns. AdmissionsRollingjnichols@pcad.edu
Recruitment Event Student AmbassadorLooking to make some extra money on the weekend? Join our event student team and gain experience producing large-scale events, capturing event photography or video, touring guests around our campus and more. Our weekend events are all held on Saturdays and range from 5 to 7 hours of work, about once a month.AdmissiosnRollingjnichols@pcad.edu
Young Artist Classroom AssistantOverview: Center for Creative Exploration at the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (PCA&D) brings creativity to life for students of all ages through a range of classes, workshops, and certificate programs. Our vision is to be a regional leader in the creative processes through: providing exceptional educational experiences in visual arts and design; functioning as a center for creative exploration and influence in the region; helping students develop 21st Century career skills; nurturing innovative thinking and imagination by helping individuals and groups tap into their creative potential; enrolling students of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels; and providing offerings ranging from personal growth and enrichment to professional development.Summary of Role:Young Artist Classroom Assistants will serve as a second set of hands for instructors and CCE staff. Assistants will work directly with instructors to ensure courses and workshop students are able to complete their projects, are able to understand the assignments and processes delivered by the instructor, and assist the instructor with set-up and clean-up before and after classes. Schedule Flexibility Assistants will primarily work on campus on Saturdays as early as 9:30am to assist with set up and check-in. Assistants may be asked to stay until the end of the class to assist with clean up (2:30pm with some instances of classes ending at 3pm). Paid training will occur during an agreed upon time based on the Assistant’s availability.Center for Creative ExplorationOctober 1st-November 19thsalmanzar@pcad.edu