Looking for a job?
Beyond Barnard is here to help!
Below, you'll find out how to search for a job and what you need to know about financial aid awards. Remember - the Beyond Barnard office does not offer job placement services, but we do provide you with the resources so that you can find a job. If you have any questions after reading through this information, you can always get in touch with us.
How to Find a Job
Many on-campus and off-campus job listings are posted on our jobs site, BarnardWorks. Log in to BarnardWorks to take a look. If you have never logged in before, you can click here. There are several categories on BarnardWorks that you can search in for job opportunities.
Internships and volunteer opportunities are now listed on Handshake. If you come across a great match, but it's unpaid, be sure to check out our Funding Resources page to see what your options are. If you have any trouble logging into Handshake, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial Aid Considerations
Many students receive either a Federal Work Study (FWS) award or a Barnard College Job (BCJ) award as part of their financial aid package.
Please note: Students cannot earn beyond their work awards. If you see that your award is running low and you wish to continue working, please contact the Financial Aid Office to see if you are eligible for an increase.
Federal Work-Study Awards (FWS)
Students with a FWS award are granted awards based on their financial need. These awards are federally subsidized, and students may work on Barnard's campus, Columbia's campus, or at a variety of community service jobs.
Barnard College Job Awards (BCJ)
Students with a BCJ award have been designated an amount of money they can earn as part of their financial aid package. This amount can only be used for jobs on Barnard’s campus and cannot be earned at Columbia or other off-campus locations.