Students MUST complete the federally mandated I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form and a W-4 federal tax withholding form via electronic invitation—see Working on Campus for more details. These documents are emailed to employees after SEO receives a Hiring Proposal from a supervisor.
Once the required paperwork has been completed the student is eligible to work on campus. Students must complete these documents within three days of beginning employment!
Required COVID Safety Training for on-site work
Off Campus Employment
See a list of off-campus employment opportunities.
Please note: Middlebury International Students (non-resident aliens) must request permission from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to work for an employer other than Middlebury College. Visit the office of International Student and Scholar Services for more information. Students on F1 or J1 visas are not eligible to babysit.
Disclaimer: Please note that we do not verify the legitimacy of off campus postings and ask that all students use their best judgment when it comes to these positions. Never send money to anyone and if you question the validity of a position please contact SEO so that we may remove the posting. If you have any concerns about a notice, please contact the Department of Public Safety at email@example.com or 802-443-5133.
To post a job for current Middlebury undergraduate students please complete the Job Posting Form. Students are not screened, interviewed, or trained by the College for off campus jobs. When hiring, please conduct your own interviews/background checks. Students on F1 and J1 Visas are not eligible to babysit. Please note that postings will be removed after four months. Employers wishing to post openings for graduated students should contact the Center for Careers and Internships.