AAC Student Job Opportunities
Opportunities for student employment at the AAC are listed below.
Keep in mind there are not enough positions for all interested students and employment may be subject to Federal Work-Study fund eligibility.
Please carefully review the job description and apply for the position(s) for which you are interested and qualified.
Please complete a separate application for each position.
*Fall Positions Open*
Supervisor: Brevyn Fleming
Admissions Student Workers play a major role in the recruitment process of future students to the school. The main job of an Admissions Student Worker will be required to help with tours and mailing.
Primarily Putting together packets to be sent to new applicants and the parents of new applicants. Other mailings will be intermittent throughout the year. This helps take some of the busy work off the shoulders of our Admissions Team and allows them more time to work one on one with individual incoming students.
Giving tours is an important part of the job too. We require that all Admissions Student Workers and Ambassadors interested in giving tours will need to have a passion for our program and be able to speak positively and eloquently about their experiences as a student. ASWs should also be able to carry themselves with confidence and have the ability to talk with parents about the benefits of an art degree and have knowledge of the individual programs we offer, school cost, application process and more will be included during the tour training.
There will be brief training needed for the office portion of the ASW workflow. And a more in-depth training day(s) for doing tours.
Supervisor: Rick Wolhoy
Start Date: 10-1-22
The Facilities Department at the Art Academy of Cincinnati is looking for a self-driven, energetic, organized and detail oriented student worker who will maintain optimal environmental standards within the facility. This position performs a variety of general cleaning tasks to maintain offices, hallways, laboratories, event-spaces, and other assigned areas of the facility. Students will be trained by facilities staff to perform any task they are not comfortable doing without direct instruction. Students will be working along side Lead Custodian, providing them with “in-person” training to successfully acquire the proper skills to perform the task at hand.
–Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.
-Time Management skills.
-Integrity and ability to work independently.
-Cleaning and sanitation of public facilities.
Supervisor: Rebecca Nava
Availability: MW 12:30-3:20pm
Assisting Professor with duties associated with the Discovery and Voice studio course and research to include the following:
Assist students, along with Professor, in small group and large group discussions and critiques related to the course content and assignments. Review along with instructor, preliminary and preparatory drawings as research and as way of thinking and investigating.
Record student process work is completed. Assist and communicate with instructor any missing student process work.
Remain in studio during assigned/agreed upon hours.