The Student Employment Office of Pepperdine University exists to serve both students and supervisors in the on-campus and the off-campus employment process. As a co-curricular activity and an integral part of the total education experience, student employment should teach students essential skills such as punctuality, dependability and personal responsibility, provide opportunities for career exploration and resume building, networking, and should prepare students for lives of service, purpose and leadership.
The Student Employment Office (SEO) works with the faculty and staff of all University departments, and the local community to provide part-time employment opportunities for students. We work with the Federal Work Study Program and the Pepperdine Work Program university-wide.
The SEO is a resource for job-seeking students and hosts an online jobs database accessible to enrolled Pepperdine graduate and undergraduate students. The SEO assists Pepperdine students who are seeking part-time employment on-campus or off-campus. Over 2,000 students work on-campus each year through a variety of work programs: Federal Work-Study, Pepperdine Work Program, Community Service, and departmentally. There are also Pepperdine students who choose to work off-campus in positions posted by local employers through the Pepperdine Job Database called CareerSpace.
We also work with prospective employers, on campus and off-campus, to connect Pepperdine University students through the jobs database where you can review student resumes, post and manage your job posting, and track student applicants. Both on-campus and off-campus employers may register for a login and password to gain access to the SEO jobs database called CareerSpace.
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