SUMOskinny magazine is the ultimate guide to college life. Part local, part national, and all college.
As I am completely broke, and will be entering college as a freshman in the fall, I decided it would be great to have some extra cash. I mean who doesn't like money? Seeing as I don't have a license and I want to have a social life, I simply could not become a bus driver or do security detail from 12am to 7am. So then I came to the horrid conclusion, I would have to be a dishwasher. I'd come to terms with the fact that I would rub my hands raw with dish soap and hot water, scraping the muck off everyone's plates and throwing that muck in the trash (which would consequently stink up the place). I was not too happy about that prospect.
But then... I was saved! No chapped hands for this girl! As it turns out, the UMass Amherst has a site that lists plenty of job options in the area, and not just of the dish-washing variety. There are jobs for work study students, non-work study students, on campus jobs, off campus jobs and so much more. This site is updated daily and provides plenty of information on the latest jobs available. Thanks to this convenient site listed (conveniently) on UMass' financial aid website, I am now proud to announce I will not be washing dishes ... for the fall at least! But take a look and good luck with your job search!
Everytime you socialize with SUMOskinny, you get points. Read a story? Points. Share a story? Points. Use points to get free stuff in our shop now.