Student Employment Network

Southeastern Louisiana University is dedicated to assisting its students in connecting with employment opportunities, whether those opportunities are on or off campus. The Southeastern Student Employment Network provides Southeastern students with career planning resources, career counseling services, on- and off-campus employment, including internship and cooperative education opportunities.

The Student Employment Network includes the Office of Financial Aid Work-Study Program, the Office of Graduate Studies, the Office of Career Services, and the Center for Student Excellence.

Student Work-Study

Work-Study is designed to give part-time employment to undergraduate and graduate students who need the income to help meet the costs of post secondary education and other expenses. Southeastern provides four types of Work-Study opportunities: Federal Work-Study, State Work-Study, Community Service Work-Study, and the America Reads Challenge.

Work-Study Eligibility Requirements

Work-Study Job Openings

Graduate Assistantships

Southeastern provides a large number of Graduate Assistantships for students enrolled in Southeastern's Research and Graduate Studies. Graduate Assistantships pay students a stipend plus a full tuition waiver. Southeastern offers four types of Graduate Assistantships: Administrative Assistants, Research Assistants, Teaching Assistants, and Graduate Teaching Fellows.

Assistantship Eligibility Requirements

Assistantship Job Openings

Career Services

The Office of Career Services provides students with assistance locating part-time, full-time, and temporary off-campus jobs and internship opportunities. In addition, Career Services provides comprehensive career counseling services and post-graduation employment opportunities to Southeastern students and alumni.

Off-campus Part-time Job Openings


Post Graduate Employment

Career Counseling Services & Resources

Major & Career Exploration

Major & career exploration is available to all students seeking a Baccalaureate degree. 1st and 2nd semester freshmen students would work with their First-Year Advisors in the Office for First-Year Success. Students in their 3rd semester and beyond can reach out to the Academic and Career Exploration (ACE) Office to schedule an appointment for career exploration.

First-Year Success

Academic and Career Exploration


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