Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture

Student Employment

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Keep up-to-date and informed about employment opportunities in a variety of areas, including on campus. Many of our learn-by-doing majors hire students to assist technicians in laboratories, faculty members with teaching and/or research activities, and department staff with department office business. Students can inquire in their major's departmental office to see if their program hires student assistants and what types they hire. Alumni and industry also occasionally provide us with jobs to post. Here are our current listings: 

Listings (as of 8/16/2017)

Cattle Ranch Hand, (Fort Laramie, Wyoming)

Caring for cattle; checking water; feeding; doctoring; helping in birthing; farming; swathing; baling alfalfa; checking water and repairing fencing. Must be able to operate heavy equipment, and do minor repairs on equipment. Ranch is a cow calf operation on more than 15,000 acres. Salary dependent on experience and includes house and all utilities paid. Send resume and information requests to

Other Employment Sites

Many administrative offices on campus also hire students in a variety of capacities. Students have succeeded in balancing work on campus with their classes and found academic success. All these positions are advertised through the Career Center but can only be seen by current students.