How to Land the Job: A lot goes on behind the scenes at college libraries, so inquire at yours to see what positions are available.
Also check the job listings for students on your college's website.
If you're an upperclassman, you may be able to work as a teaching assistant for a large freshman seminar class.
While "teaching fellows" are usually graduate students, "teaching assistants" have less formal responsibilities, including tasks like handing out assignments or proctoring tests.
Although it's grunt work, the workload is generally spread out based on when the tests are, leaving lots of time in between for academics and extracurricular interests.
How to Land the Job: As with the teaching assistant positions, contacting your former professors is a good starting point.
How to Land the Job: A good way to start is by checking in with some of your professors from freshman year to ask about opportunities.
If you're a senior, junior or even a sophomore, chances are you know your campus pretty well.
Also consider lining up an online job, part-time evening job or flexible gig where you can set your own schedule.
You'll be able to up your earnings from the comfort of your dorm room or apartment.