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Looking for a job on campus? Get some CA$H!

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With the school year almost underway, many of you are likely looking for an on-campus job opportunity, either to add some money to your bank account or to fulfill the work-study component of your financial aid award.

Simmons College offers an online job board, CA$H, where you can search for on-campus jobs, both those open to all students and those specifically reserved for students with work-study awards. Also listed on the site are off-campus opportunities to earn your work-study award at local not-for-profit organizations, including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, and the Museum of Fine Arts.

To get started on CA$H, you will need to get access to your user name and password. We directly upload student profiles to the system, so to activate your profile, click on "Forgot Your Password?" under the Student section on the CA$H launch page. Enter your user name (which will be "lastnamefirstinitial" or the first eight letters of your last name if your last name is eight letters or longer) and an email with a reset password will be sent to your Simmons email address. Use your default user name and the reset password to log into your CA$H profile. Be sure to update and add to your profile information! You can also add a resume to your profile and submit it directly to potential on-campus employers through CA$H.

Once on CA$H, you'll be able to search either General Employment (open to all Simmons students) or Work-Study job opportunities. Please be sure to read the descriptions of the jobs you are interested in, and follow the application instructions for that specific job. Each job has to be applied to separately and may have different application requirements.

For more details on CA$H, please visit the CA$H student resource page. Having trouble finding an on-campus or work-study job? Please contact the Career Education Center at 617-521-2488 or careers@simmons.edu to set up a time to speak with a career coach about any aspect of careers or the job search.

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