About Our Work-Study Opportunities
Work-study positions may be available for UW-Madison students who have been awarded work-study funds as part of a financial aid package.
Library and Archives
Many UW-Madison students work in the Library-Archives each academic year. The majority of students have been awarded work-study funds. Wages vary depending on experience and the nature of the position.
For more information, contact one of the following Library-Archives supervisors:
- Jackie Lathrop, Acquisitions
- Helmut Knies, Archives Collection Processing and Preservation
- Lee Grady, Archives Reference Services
- Maija Salo-Cravens, Cataloging
- Laura Hemming, Circulation and Shelving
- Michael Edmonds, Digital Projects
- Katie Mullen, Library Conservation
- Lori Bessler, Library Reference Services
- Ron Larson, Newspapers
- Andy Kraushaar, Photographs
Museum Archaeology Program
The Museum Archaeology Program may have work-study Archaeology Lab Technician positions available. This position offers the opportunity to assist in the processing of archaeological collections and associated documentation. Tasks may include: cleaning, labeling and packaging Native American and historic Euro-American artifacts collected in Wisconsin; entering collection data using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and the Museum’s collection management database; and general office work. Coursework or experience in archaeology preferred, but not required.
For more information, contact:
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For general queries about employment or volunteer opportunities, please contact Elizabeth Lampp by email below: