Presentation on theme: "On-Campus Employment For F-1 and J-1Students. Work must be performed on the school's premises On-Campus Employment Includes any work for which student."— Presentation transcript:
On-Campus Employment For F-1 and J-1Students
Work must be performed on the school's premises On-Campus Employment Includes any work for which student receives compensation directly from Temple University. Student may work at any Temple campus: 1) Main Campus 2) Ambler Campus 3) Health Science Center 4) Center City Campus 5) Fort Washington Campus 6) Harrisburg Campus
No Work Study Positions Student should not apply for any positions that indicate a desire for a student with "work-study“ as Work Study is federally funded financial aid for which international students are not eligible.
Employers On-Campus Students in F-1 and J-1 Status may engage in employment with commercial firms which provide services for students on campus (any business located in Temple’s property). Example: bookstore, cafeteria, food venders, Seven-Eleven, Wendy’s. Complete list of on-campus jobs can be found here:
Employers On-Campus Also includes work at an off-campus location which is educationally affiliated with Temple University. The work must be an integral part of the student’s program and the educational affiliation is associated with the academic department's established curriculum or is related to a graduate level research project.
On-Campus Employment No authorization required by ISSS or USCIS Student can start on-campus employment any time as long as s/he is registered full-course study and maintaining F-1/J-1 status. Student can work up to 20 hours a week during spring and fall semester. Student can work full-time during spring break, summer sessions, and winter break. Student must stop on-campus employment when s/he completes program of study. RA/TA also has to be stopped.
On-Campus Employment Student can log on to Tuportal and look for a list of student jobs Many offices post employment opportunity on their own web site Student must follow hiring instructions provided by Human Resources Department Once student has an employer, s/he can apply for a social security number Hiring Department/Supervisor must complete the SSN letter template and print it out on Departmental letterhead. Student then brings the letter to ISSS for signature during walk-in hours [M-F 1:30 PM to 4PM]