Work-Study Opportunities

The Juilliard School offers numerous on-campus employment opportunities through the Federal Work-Study (FWS) and Juilliard Work-Study (JWS) programs.


Students who are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents may be eligible for the federally-funded FWS program. Students who are not eligible for FWS may be eligible for JWS. Most international students are eligible to work under the JWS program, but should check with the Office of International Advisement (OIA) prior to accepting any on-campus employment.

Under both programs, students work at the School and are paid hourly. Pay rates typically range from $9.00 to $12.00 per hour, and vary based on level of responsibility, specialized skills required, etc. Annual earnings generally range from $1,000 to $3,500 per year.

Finding a Work-Study Job

More than 40 different on-campus departments hire students. Each department has its own hiring procedures, and students are responsible for inquiring directly about job availability.

Current job openings are listed below. We also provide a complete list of departments that hire work-study students. Most departments hire throughout the year, and students are welcome to make contact at any time to inquire about potential openings in addition to those advertised on this page.

Additional Requirements

Upon being hired, students must sign a work-study contract that has been fully completed by their supervisor. All students who accept work-study positions must abide by the Code of Responsibility agreement found in the Student Handbook.

By law, students must complete a W-4 and I-9 form within three (3) days of being hired for their first work-study job. U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents must visit the Office of Financial Aid (Room 233) to complete the W-4 and I-9. International students will complete these forms with the Office of International Advisement (Room 245). International students must obtain a U.S. Social Security number to be paid for working at Juilliard.

Payment Procedures

Students who are currently working must submit their working time to the Online Payment Entry and Recording Application (OPERA). Students are paid for work-study twice per month. We encourage all students to enroll in direct deposit by visiting the Accounts Payable Office (Room 229) and completing a direct deposit form.

Current Work-Study Job Openings

Listed below are job openings that departments have asked our office to advertise. Please be aware that this is not a comprehensive listing, as many departments hire as soon as openings become available. Pay rates for these and any other work-study positions are available upon request.

Evening Division

Summer Work-Study

The Evening Division is looking to hire work-study students to work in the office during the summer. Duties include answering phone calls and general inquiries, preparing mailings, filing registration forms, and assisting Evening Division students during one-day intensive classes. Work-study will welcome incoming students on summer class days, direct students to their classroom, and help prepare lunch setup. Work-study will also assist during the Evening Division Open House in August. Approx. 10-20 hours per week, Monday – Thursday, between 9-5pm. Interested students should email Natalie Delgado at

International Advisement

Administrative Assistant

The Office of International Advisement is hiring a work-study student to assist in the office this summer. Responsibilities will include general office duties such as answering phone calls and emails, making copies, filing, etc. For more information about this opportunity, please email Alli Scheetz at

Jazz Studies

Library Assistant

Jazz Studies is hiring work-study students to assist the Library Manager with maintenance and additions to The Jazz Studies Music Library. Responsibilities are cataloging, scanning, taping, and copying sheet music, and updating big band chart database. Dates needed are Monday – Friday any 2 days for 2-4 hour intervals. Interested students should contact Carlvin Sanon at to schedule a meeting.

Liberal Arts

Office Assistant

The Liberal Arts Department is hiring office assistants. Students should be comfortable with general office skills, including making copies and other tasks as needed. Interested students should contact Jo Sarzotti at


Library Assistant - Circulation

The Library is hiring work-study students to assist with circulation duties. Responsibilities include checking books, scores, CDs and DVDs in/out; filing scores and books in order on carts; re-shelving scores and books in library stacks; and other duties as assigned by Senior Circulation Administrator and Digital Media Librarian. Students working in this position will have set weekly hours.

Library Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 9:00pm

Friday: 8:30am – 7:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 2:00pm – 7:00pm

Students interested in this position should send an email to



The Mailroom is looking for work-study students to assist with operations. Interested students should stop by the Mailroom.

Public Affairs

Juilliard Journal Writers/Reporters

Like to write? Come talk to us! We can always use student writers/reporters to work on an as-needed basis for The Juilliard Journal. You can write one article or many. Find out more: email Susan Jackson, editor in chief, at or call ext. 341.

Office of Residence Life

Desk Assistant

The Office of Residence Life is looking for office workers for the hours of 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. Interested students should contact Grant Mongin at, or come to the Office of Residence Life, 1102 in the Rose Building.



The Facilities Office is looking for students to assist in painting the interior of the building over the summer months.  To apply, please contact Lee Sarkari, Administrative Assistant for Facilities, at or 212-799-5000 ext. 311.  You can also visit their office in room 232.

Office of Development

Donor Callers

Come learn the joy and reward of thanking patrons of Juilliard for their donation to the school. Each year, thousands of individuals care so much about Juilliard that they make a gift toward the scholarship fund or for general support. We ensure that a student calls each person to say ‘thank you’ for their contribution. It’s easy and fun to make the call and you may even gain a new fan as many of our patrons also attend concerts.

Shifts: flexible between 10am-5pm. We suggest 1.5-3 hour shifts 1 to 2 times a week, now through June 30, but the contract can be much shorter.