Becoming a DoIT Student Employee

Congratulations to the Spring 23 DoIT Student Employee Graduates!

Adit Anand,Amir Hassan,Amy Zheng,Anna Chen,Britney Ng,Jadyn Carruthers,Jeffrey Liew,Jessica Uviovo,Joyce Xie,Katie Chen,Mason Ma,Mita Wazad,Prakriti Adhikari,Raaina Jaffrey,Sae Zhang,Sheyla Ochoa Gil,Shihab Shapnil,Tasnim Harun,Triphena Li,Wenny Liu,Winnie Chen, Xin Jin Qiu, Jessenia Mejia-Gomez, Misha Kouznetsov, Alyssa Hom, and Sint Kaung.


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Last Updated: April 28, 2023
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Eligible candidates for the job should:

  • Be available to work on campus
  • Communicate problems and solutions clearly and accurately

  • Be motivated to learn new technologies

  • Enjoy sharing knowledge & willing to show others how to use technology effectively

  • Be willing to work a minimum of 10/12 hours weekly (on campus)

  • Shift hours available 8 am – 12 am weekdays and  10:00 am - 12 midnight on weekends. Shift schedules are flexible.

  • Must be eligible to work in the US

  • In attendance for the required training session known as BOOTCAMP in August prior to the start of the Fall semester TBA.

What are the benefits of becoming a  DoIT student employee?

  • Hands-on experience with SBU computing systems & a variety of applications, while building your own technical and professional skills

  • Attend training/mentoring sessions to assist you in building a knowledge base of technical & customer service skills

  • You will have the opportunity to discover how much you already know; expand your knowledge; develop expertise in communicating this information by assisting others in the SBU community

How can you better prepare yourself for the job?

To learn more about other DoIT student employee opportunities go to the DoIT Student Employment page.

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