Student Employment

The Human Resources department supports various areas on campus fulfill their student hire needs. We provide support to supervisors in the recruitment and selection process for the positions advertised to helping hired students with their paperwork. On campus employment include both university funded positions and federal work study ones. On-campus employment will give students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a work environment that will help them with life after graduation. 

Soka University gives its students the option of working on campus in various areas. Over 50% of Soka students--undergraduate and graduate combined--had an on campus job during the 2017-2018 academic school year. On-campus jobs are limited but diverse. Students have the opportunity of working in the Office of the President, working as a research assistant for a faculty member, help the financial aid and admissions office, assist with on-campus conferences, and more.

On-campus recruitment continues throughout the year and is based on the business needs of the department. On campus jobs for the new academic year will be posted on College Central Network at the end of August. The list will be vast and will include jobs on campus and off campus internhips. To narrow your search for on campus jobs only, type OCSE (On Campus Student Employment) on View Jobs by Keyword and it will show you only the on campus jobs. Since different areas might recuirit at different times of the year, check back often for updates!

Robyn Dizes, Manager of Career Services, or Vanessa Rubinfeld, Career Counselor, will send you the information on how to login to College Central Network.

If you have any questions about Student Employment email Jacqueline Chin at or to our general email at If you would like to stop by the office, we are located in Founders 314.

Working on Campus

Apply for a Job


Steps to Take After Getting Hired

Student Employment Policies and Procedures

Federal Work Study

Summer Employment

Career Documents

Frequently Asked Questions