The Shepherd School offers employment opportunities for music students as stage managers for recitals in Duncan Recital Hall, and the Edythe Bates Old Recital Hall and Grand Organ. Job opportunities are also available in recording, video recording and as building and hall monitors for non-major students. Students have the flexibility to work, so you earn extra income when you need it.
Student employment provides opportunities to work part time on campus,
to assist in meeting educational expenses. On-campus employment
is an opportunity for professional and educational growth, with
over 30 positions ranging from 3 to 15 hours of work per week. There
are two student work programs: Federal Work-Study (funded by the
U.S. government) and Rice Student Employment (funded by The Shepherd School of Music).
Eligibility for Federal Work-Study is based on demonstrated
financial need. Rice Student Employment is open to all students,
international and domestic.
To apply for a position as a student worker contact
2239 Alice Pratt Brown Hall
The Michael P. Hammond Preparatory Program has limited positions for graduate students at the Shepherd School of Music to teach pre-college students in the Shepherd School of Music during the fall and spring semesters. If you have any questions regarding Preparatory Program teaching opportunities or the program in general, please contact Julia Jalbert.