Undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students are a significant and valuable part of Georgia State University’s workforce. If you are a student interested in working for Georgia State, please visit University Career Services.
Student workers must complete Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, managed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services before they begin work. To complete Form I-9, prospective student employees must show the original version of document(s) indicated on the List of Acceptable Documents.
Resources for Student Workers
- Federal Work-Study Basics
- Graduate Assistantships, The Graduate School
- International Student & Scholar Services
- University Career Services
If you have questions about your position, job, hours, and/or pay, contact your supervisor/ manager first. If they are unable to assist you, then contact your College/Division’s Human Resources Officer (HRO).
While learning is a daily exercise, we challenge Georgia State colleges, departments, and teams this week to demonstrate their commitment to learning and talent development opportunities.
Participate in our virtual Scavenger Hunt for fun, learning, and a chance to win raffle prizes!
Complete the learning experience by Dec. 8 for your chance to win a raffle prize.