Lawrence Tech University provides resources for students looking for employment

  • On & off Campus, Work Study, & Family Literacy Program Opportunities
  • Students are allowed to work Part-time up to 20 hours per week
  • Applications for all student employment positions are accepted in Handshake

Please noteUsing the Handshake system does not guarantee an interview or employment, but will help streamline the process of job searching.

Lawrence Tech Career Advisors:

  • Are available to assist in resume writing and critiquing
  • Assist with finding co-op and internship
  • Provide interview practice sessions

On Campus Opportunities

Campus Dining

Join our Campus Dining Team (ARAMARK) and take advantage of the benefits:

  • Convenient Location
  • Flexible Hours
  • Competitive Wages
  • Earn Free Meals

To apply for employment opportunities go to www.ltudining.com or stop by the Campus Dining office located in the atrium of the Buell Management building.

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Digital Engagement Ambassador

The Blue Devil Dialers phonathon program is home to a dedicated and enthusiastic group of students employees called Digital Engagement Ambassadors who want to make an impact at LTU. Every year these students connect with thousands of alumni and friends to keep your contact information up to date, sharing the latest campus news, and raise private support towards scholarships and other critical University initiatives.

Our Digital Engagement Ambassadors come from all majors and many are actively involved on campus in student organizations, Greek Life, athletics, and more. They’re excited to share their LTU experience with you and to learn more about yours!

When you see LTU calling please take a couple of minutes and connect with a fellow Blue Devil!

Interested in becoming a Digital Engagement Ambassador? We’re looking for students who have a deep passion for Lawrence Tech and want to make a difference at their University! Ambassadors are eligible to earn weekly bonuses and based on performance, as well as raises in future semesters with the program.

Benefits Include:

  • Remote role – work from home!
  • Welcoming work environment.
  • Gain and strengthen valuable career skills.
  • Work alongside your friends.
  • Flexible scheduling and paid training.

Ready to make a difference? Then Apply Today!

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Employment Forms

All Student Assistants

All official application documents are completed via DocuSign.  This will be provided once a student has been offered employment by a university administrator/supervisor.

Student Employment Handbook 

Student Employment Hiring Process 

Additional Forms for International Student Employees

All official application documents are completed via DocuSign.  This will be provided once a student has been offered employment by a university administrator/supervisor.

F1 J1 Authorization Form

International Students And Social Security Numbers

Social Security Card Application 

Social Security Administration Driving Directions 


Frequently Asked Questions

On Handshake, keyword search under the 'Employer' tab 'LTU Employment'. Select the appropriate employer listed, and click "apply" at the top right hand corner of your page. Please be advised to inquire at professional intervals. You can also use the "On-campus" filter under jobs. 

Resumes are required for most on campus employment applications. Upload your most recent resume into your documents section of Handshake every semester. If you need resume assistance please contact the Office of Career Services at ltuocs@ltu.edu or 248-204-3140. Walk in resume critiques are conducted every Friday from 10am-11:30am. This service is on an first come first serve basis. 

Student employment is available to undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in classes at LTU. To be eligible for on-campus employment all the following conditions must be met: 

  1. Be a matriculated student at the University.
  2. Enrolled in minimum of 6 semester hours in an undergraduate program or 4  semester hours in a graduate program (Continuing Education credits are not  counted toward semester hour requirements) and maintain good academic standing (minimum 2.0 GPA)
  3. Pursuing a degree or certificate.
  4. Possess a valid social security number or be eligible to apply for a SSN.
  5. Verify employment eligibility by completing an I-9 Form and submitting appropriate documentation to the hiring department supervisor.
  6. Not on probation or suspension as a result of a disciplinary hearing.

In the Fall and Spring semesters, students are permitted to work up to a total average of up to twenty hours per week.  However, during breaks and summer (if the student is enrolled for 3 credits or less), students are permitted to work up to 30 hours per week. Students are not allowed to work more than 30 hours per week. Hours permitted is also based on department funding.

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  • International Students
    • Current Passport
    • Current Visa
    • I-20/DS2019
    • I-94
    • Social Security Card 

Students not registered for summer classes (and students registered for 3 credits or less) may work up to 30 hrs/week during the summer term if they are registered for fall classes. Students who are taking more than 3 credits during summer term are subject to the 20 hour per week maximum imposed during the standard academic year.

On Campus employment is very competitive as there are limited positions available. To increase your opportunity to find an on campus job explore Handshake, discuss with faculty, staff and administrators on campus. There may be opportunities available for event by event basis.

Departments may require a particular dress for students depending on the work environment. Due to certain job responsibilities, departments may allow students to dress more casually or professional. Students should discuss with their supervisors regarding the appropriate dress code for the department. Below are suggested examples of clothing not appropriate for the workplace regardless of the job responsibilities.

  • Cutoffs
  • Flip-flops
  • Inappropriate print on any visible piece of clothing
  • Ragged clothing
  • Halter tops or tank tops without clothing to cover
  • Micro-miniskirts
  • Revealing attire
  • Bare midriff
  • Low-rise shirts and pants
  • Underwear as outerwear

Repeated failure to adhere to the general dress code guidelines as well as specific department dress code guidelines will be grounds for termination from the job.


Office of Career Services, C404
Taubman Student Services Center
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058
248.204.3140
ltuocs@ltu.edu

Hours
Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

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