You can work on campus in many areas:
What you need to know:
Submit your resume outlining the days and times of the week you are available and your work preference (Cashier, kitchen, catering, etc) to the Food Services Director in the Campus Activity Centre, Room 123. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
There are approximately 80 positions on campus for students who:
How to Apply:
Students must not begin work until paperwork is complete.
View more information at TRU Work Study.
TRUSU will hire about 24 students a year to work at the information booths, front desk, and student run coffee shops.
In July, TRUSU will post a notice indicating their auxiliary positions.
Teaching Assistants work under the supervision of a Faculty Member. TAs are limited to 10 hours per week of employment to a maximum of 140 hours in any semester. First time TAs must attend an orientation session provided by the Centre For Teaching and Learning and an orientation session provided by the department on or prior to the first day of employment.
Visit the Job Postings in Simplicity for details and how to apply.
Faculty members vie for funding from a variety of sources to engage in research. Often they will hire upper level students to assist with this research. At any given time there are 20-25 students engaged in research work on campus.
Students will typically apply directly to individual faculty members who secure research funding. These positions are contract positions so they are technically outside of TRU collective agreements.
The purpose of the CUEF U-REAP is to provide an opportunity for talented undergraduate students to engage in original, independent research, scholarship and the production of creative works. 25-30 students participate a year. The standard award will be $4500 over the course of the project which will be in the form of a scholarship.
Service Learning provides students (both individuals and cohorts of up to five students) with faculty supervised opportunities for civic participation and community involvement. Service Learning carries elective credit: third- and fourth-year students may take count up to six credits of Service Learning toward their degrees; with departmental approval, Service Learning courses that are directly related to the students program of study may be used to satisfy Majors requirements.