There are several opportunities for Moody students to find employment both on campus and off campus. Over the years, students from Moody Bible Institute have developed an excellent reputation in the surrounding neighborhoods as hardworking and trustworthy employees. The Student Career Development Department receives many calls each day from individuals seeking to employ Moody students.
Chicago Student Employment
Visit the Career Development Center, located on Culbertson second floor, for further information.
On & Off-Campus Employment
All current and incoming students can view and apply for the part-time jobs available by accessing the job lists through my.moody.edu. After logging into mymoody, select the “Chicago Campus” tab at the top of the page. Then look for “Student Employment Services” at the bottom right side of the page. There will be a links for “On Campus Jobs” and “P/T Off Campus Jobs”. Spouses of married students may use these tools through having their student-spouse login for them. And if you need more job help, then email the Associate Dean of Career Services, Patrick Friedline, at: email@example.com .
Follow the “On Campus Jobs” link to view and apply online for the jobs in the Chicago location. Undergrads may only apply for Student Part-Time or Part-Time Student openings. Graduate Students may apply for all types of on campus jobs. Non-student spouses may apply for full time and part time openings.
Follow the “P/T Off Campus Jobs” link to access the Career Center’s CareerFinder tool that is a job board with all of the off campus jobs that are forwarded to Moody, part-time and full-time, ministry and marketplace. This link will take you to a new web page and you will use your student username and password to register under “Students and Alumni”. After you register, you will get an email with a link that you need to click on to validate your account. Then you can log into CareerFinder and search the jobs. If you have questions or problems then email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The maximum number of hours a student is permitted to work per week is 24 hours, on or off campus. We recommend that students carefully assess the number of hours they can work while still giving proper attention to their academic responsibilities. Sunday employment is permitted only on a case by case basis with permission from the Associate Dean of Students. Email him for an appointment at: email@example.com .
Spokane Student Employment
Students who attend the Spokane campus typically find working 10–15 hours per week during their first academic year is manageable as they balance homework, ministry, work and a social life.
Most students work off campus and are able to find jobs by transferring current employment or networking with current students on Facebook. Other tools to utilize are spokanehelpwanted.com or the on-campus "opportunities board."