Student Life

MSC Student Employment


The Marshall Student Center is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Federal Work Study Marketing Project Coordinator
  • Sound & Light Technician

More information about the positions and how to apply can be found below.


The Marketing Project Coordinator is a Federal Work Study (FWS) position and assists with a wide variety of communication and marketing projects for the Community Development & Student Engagement unit of the division of Student Success, of which the Marshall Student Center (MSC) is a part.  Specific tasks include reviewing incoming marketing project requests, monitoring and maintaining up to date websites and assisting with MSC specific programs and events. The Marketing Project Coordinator will work closely with the MSC/CDSE Marketing Officer in all aspects of this position.  Please e-mail your resume directly to Lisa Beebe, Marketing Officer.

Sound & Light Technicians oversee all aspects of technology in the Marshall Student Center. The position is split into two parts: Standby Technicians and Event Technicians. Standby Technicians are on call for all events happening in the conference wing of the building. They are expected to respond and help clients with their sound, light, and AV needs. Event Technicians are scheduled to specific larger events. They will assist the client with sound, light, and AV needs before, during, and sometimes after their event. Each technician is expected to provide excellent customer service to all MSC clients.  If you are interested in applying for the Sound & Light Technician position, please e-mail your resume directly to Jennifer Good, Assistant Director for Event Logistics & Student Development.


  • Current USF student enrolled at the Tampa campus

  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Positive, professional, customer-service oriented attitude
  • Willingness to learn

Please note that some student positions require the ability to stand for extended periods, lift up to 50 lbs., and bend, stoop, and reach frequently.


Learning Outcomes

As a result of being employed in the Marshall Student Center, student employees will:

  • Demonstrate basic employability skills such as timeliness to work, appropriate dress, interpersonal communication, and time management.
  • Receive and solicit feedback from their supervisor and effectively apply that feedback on the job.
  • Assess the workplace and contribute personal talents, skills, and knowledge in order to achieve the goals, mission, and vision of the Marshall Student Center.
  • Develop their professional brand.
  • Articulate transferable and functional skills to prospective employers.

leapAll student employees for the Marshall Student Center have the opportunity to participate in the LEAP program. It is designed to provide opportunities for personal, professional, and academic growth through workshops and other activities. Student employee supervisors play a crucial role in helping to coach and support, and will provide ongoing informal feedback in addition to a formal evaluation once per academic year. Our desire is to ensure that, upon the conclusion of your employment with us, you are prepared to be successful in your future personal and professional endeavors.

Bull Coin

One of the rewards of working in the Marshall Student Center is your ability to earn what we call “Bull Coin”, which is awarded to students who go over and above what is expected as an MSC student employee. Any Marshall Student Center supervisor, including student Building Managers, can nominate student employees for Bull Coin. Once you have acquired enough Bull Coin, you can redeem it for USF gear such as t-shirts, blankets, pullovers, tumblers, and more!


Most student employment positions within the Marshall Student Center have a starting pay rate of $8.65 an hour. However, positions requiring more skill may have a higher pay rate. 


Contact Jennifer E. Good, Assistant Director for Event Logistics & Student Development, at