Student Employment

How to apply

Visit the FIU careers portal to find jobs available anywhere at FIU. To find any of the positions listed on this page take the following steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on Prospective Employees    
  3. In the search bar type in the desired job ID number or title and click on the job
  4. The last step is to click on the apply for job link in the top right corner

Federal Work Study

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program is designed to help students who show financial need to earn a portion of their educational expenses through meaningful employment. Typically, these positions are for up to 20 hours of work a week and are designed to fit the interests and skill level of the student as well as the needs of the office.

Learn more about Federal Work-Study

Other opportunities (Internships + Fellowships + Volunteer) 

  • Counseling and Psychological Services

    Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

    CAPS offers a full-time, doctoral psychology internship program oriented toward providing a thorough professional training experience within the context of a university counseling center. The training is designed to offer clinical experience with a diverse university population through a core program of competencies in initial clinical consultation, multimodal psychotherapy, professional ethics, professional identity, human diversity, and programming/outreach as well as elective competencies in psychological testing, and entry-level supervision. The training program provides interns with the opportunity to develop proficiency in crisis intervention, as well as, consultation/liaison work with psychiatric services, residential life, and academic departments. Our mission is to train interns as skilled psychologists capable of functioning successfully in a variety of employment settings.

    Download the Internship Prospectus

    Internship Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data


    Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship 

    CAPS offers a full-time Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship Training Program oriented towards providing a generalist professional training experience within the context of a university counseling center. The Post-Doctoral Fellowship Training Program is designed to reflect the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Center's (APPIC) guidelines. It is geared toward providing an organized, planned, and programmed training experience for the Fellow to further develop into a professional clinician capable of functioning successfully and independently in various employment settings. Core training experiences will focus on the provision of individual, couples, and/or group psychotherapy, walk-in consultation/crisis intervention, outreach, and consultation.

    Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship Training Program Description

  • Healthy Living Program

    Healthy Living Program (HLP) at the Student Health Center offers a holistic approach to the patient-centered Medical Home model that encourages FIU students to engage in healthy lifestyle practices and become advocates of his or her health decisions.

    HLP Volunteer Application

    HLP Internship Application

  • Orientation and Family Programs

    Become a Peer Advisor or Panther Camp Facilitator

    Learn how to apply

  • Pride Center

    The Pride Center occasionally has 1-2 spots open for volunteer positions.

  • Disability Resource Center

    The Disability Resource Center has positions available for graduate students looking to apply their educational backgrounds and content learned when gaining the practical experience while working with students with disabilities. Volunteer and Research opportunities are also available!


    Please contact our office via phone at 305-348-3532 or email at

Learn more about the departments that are hiring

  • Children's Creative Learning Center
  • Graham Center and Wolfe University Center

    Both Graham Center and Wolfe University Center offer job opportunities in the areas of Guest Services, Game Room, Computer Lab, Audio Visual, Information Technology, and Operations. 

    Go to to find available positions.

  • Pride Center

    The Pride Center occasionally has 1-2 spots open for Federal-Work Study positions. Visit to explore all available listings.

  • Wellness & Recreation Center

    The WRC employs over 200 hourly student employees. Positions requiring special skills and/or certifications (i.e. lifeguard, group fitness instructor, or personal trainer), will be posted on an as-needed basis.

    Questions about working at the WRC? Please email

    Student position:

    • Building Supervisor
    • Membership Assistant
    • Membership Lead
    • Marketing Assistant
    • Facilities Operations Student Assistant
    • Intramural Sports Supervisor
    • Intramural Sports Official
    • Field Ops
    • Lifeguard
    • PantherFIT Group Fitness Instructor
    • PantherFIT Personal Trainer
  • Housing and Residential Life (HRL)

    Housing and Residential Life (HRL) employs over 200 hourly student employees within all areas of the department including Residential Life, Housing Operations, Finance, and Housing Facilities. Visit to explore all available listings. 

    Questions about working in HRL? Please email 

    Student position available throughout the year:

    • Desk Assistant
    • Resident Assistant
    • Mailroom Assistant
    • Housing Ambassador
    • Marketing and Graphic Design Assistant
    • Conference Assistant (only during the summer)
    • IT Assistant
    • Finance Assistant
    • Facilities Assistant