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Student Employment Guide for Students

Students fill many jobs at Gallaudet University and Clerc Center each year. Student employment serves as an excellent recruitment and retention tool by helping students meet their financial demands of a higher education and by enabling them to acquire the skills, training and employment recommendations...


Student Employment Guide for Employers/Supervisors

Students fill many jobs at Gallaudet University and the Clerc Center each year. The University is hopeful that by providing on-campus employment, it can help you meet the financial demands of your education and enable you to acquire the skills, training and employment recommendations you...


Student on- and off-campus employment

Students in search of on-campus employment are referred to as Bison Career Link (BCL). To start your job search, log-in to your BCL account by using your Gallaudet email and password. Once you are logged-on, click the "Jobs" tab located at the top of the...


On-Campus Employment

"Employment" is work performed or services provided in exchange for money, tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, food, or any other benefit. If you receive no pay or other benefit for work/services performed, the activity is not defined as "employment" and is considered to be "volunteer...


Institutional Research

The Office of Institutional Research is the primary resource for data on enrollment, employment, and finances. We provide this data to external audiences and the campus community through reports and surveys. We also assist with ad hoc data requests and offer training on accessing and using our data warehouse repository.


Barrier-free employment opportunities

Gallaudet University is the world's only university designed to be barrier-free for deaf and hard of hearing students. Gallaudet strives to bring excellence to the campus through a variety of backgrounds, skills, experiences, and perspectives. The university is deeply committed to recruiting and retaining a...

Center for Black Deaf Studies

The Center for Black Deaf Studies (CBDS) operates as an outreach center for teaching and learning about the Black Deaf experience.

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