Student Employment for 2024-2025 Academic Year

2024-2025 academic year are now available!
Staff applications are due no later than 4:30 PM on Wednesday, April 3.
Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

To apply, complete the online application form, along with both a resume and cover letter.
You can view all position descriptions by visiting SP&E's Job Board
You must be logged into your CampusGroups account to view the job postings!

Hiring Timeline:

Applications Available: Monday, March 18

Applications Due: Wednesday, April 3 by 4:30 PM

Interviews: Monday, April 8 - Friday, April 19

Decisions Available: Monday, April 29

We look forward to reviewing your application and possibly meeting with you for an interview! If you have any questions about any aspects of the hiring process, please feel free to contact

Employment Opportunities

Student Employment is a key pillar of the Student Programs & Engagement experience. With more than 50 student employees and three staff supervisors, the student employment program provides opportunities for skill development, involvement, and leadership experience. The three employment teams consist of the HYPE Marketing Team, Student Center Staff, and the Student Programming Team. Each team contributes towards the departmental mission of enriching Bentley's transformative undergraduate learning experience.

  • HYPE Marketing Team

    The HYPE Marketing Team (Highlighting Your Programs and Events) embodies and amplifies Student Programs & Engagement's mission by highlighting opportunities for social connections and student development on campus. Using creative marketing strategies and a strong departmental brand, HYPE creates an awareness and excitement around departmental programs, student organization events, and student-centered initiatives. HYPE achieves their mission through marketing and branding support, highlighting student voices, providing live coverage for campus programs and events, and documenting the student engagement experience.

  • Student Center Team

    The Student Center Staff works to create a welcoming and engaging environment for all who visit the building. Staff strive to provide top tier services to all guests including outstanding customer service, creative solutions to any problems that arise, and a general safety and well-being to all. Staff members work diligently to ensure operations are running smoothly and efficiently, while maintaining a vibrant and inclusive atmosphere in all spaces throughout the Student Center. The Student Center Staff aims to create a space where students and visitors can feel comfortable and utilize the building as the "living room" of campus.

  • Programming Team

    The SP&E Student Programming Team brings fun and social events to the Bentley community. This group strives to develop, implement, and execute dynamic and engaging programs intended to increase student engagement, campus life, and diverse interactions among students. By attending SP&E programs, students will create meaningful experiences and build community through interactive, energizing, and creative programs.

  • Student Organization Support Team

    The Student Organization Support Team consists of Student Organization Assistants who serve as the primary support system to student organizations as they navigate various events, activities, and tasks within their organization. Student Organization Assistants support all aspects of student organization logistics, planning, and events. Student Organization Assistants will provide top-tier services to all organization members, ensuring that each group has the resources they need to be successful.

Resources for HYPE Qualification

For help in creating or strengthening your HYPE applicant portfolio, consider trying these free or inexpensive applications to build your skillset!

Free Applications:

Inexpensive Applications:

General Resources

For help with your resume/cover letter or to prepare for an interview, connect with Bentley's Career Services department.

While we do not require a dress code for interviews, a first impression is still important.

Career Closet:

The career closet is located within the Undergraduate Career Development Center in LaCava 225.

The hours of operation will be every day from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Monday – Friday.

Students can come to the closet without an appointment during the hours of operation, however if a student would like to set up a different time to come in, they should email Kristine Vidic at Students will be allowed to select three items per semester. Every item in the Career Closet is free to any Bentley student.

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Student Programs & Engagement

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Waltham, MA, 02452
United States