Student Employment Services works to provide job search techniques, resume resources, and job opportunities. We recommend watching the videos below and checking out our additional resources.
LionJobs is the most important resource that LMU students will use when trying to find student employment. This online database allows students to explore part-time job opportunities on-campus.
Learn more about LionJobs or watch the video below for a quick tutorial on how to apply to jobs:
Work study is the largest source of part-time employment for students at LMU. It is awarded to students through their Financial Aid package. Many departments throughout the University hire students with work study funds to assist with their daily operations. Student Employment Services also offers two off-campus work study programs: the Lions for Learning Tutoring Program and the LMU Partners Program.
However, if you did not receive work study funds LMU still has many opportunities for student employment both on campus and off. Contact Student Employment Services at (310) 338-7606 for more information about non-work study student employment options.
MyTime is LMU's electronic online timecard/payroll system used for entering daily hours worked and submitting bi-weekly timesheets.