Contact The Stamp

1201A Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


301-314-3375

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Please be advised, when applying for a student position your application is only for the job you have applied for. The only units hiring in Stamp will place job postings on the website. If no positions are listed, the units within Stamp are not currently hiring for any student job positions.

Note: Each Stamp office has its own hiring manager and hiring procedures. For questions directly related to the position you applied for, please contact the individual department directly.

https://stampunion.umd.edu/employment

 

Graduate Students

The Adele H. Stamp Student Union employs approximately 30-35 Graduate Assistants each year, primarily Graduate Administrative Assistants (not Teaching Assistants or Research Assistants). When Stamp seeks to hire a Graduate Assistant, we post the positions at the University of Maryland's employment website: ejobs.umd.edu

While we do not have many, we occasionally have hourly positions available for graduate students. Graduate hourly positions at Stamp can be found at the general Stamp student employment website: https://stampunion.umd.edu/employment. Please note the position type to determine if it is intended for graduate students or undergraduate students. However, please note that graduate students are welcome to apply to undergraduate positions where qualified and allowable by your academic department and the Graduate School. 

 

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

The Adele H. Stamp Student Union has approximately 100 full-time staff members working in 12 units. When we have full-time positions available, we post them on the University of Maryland's hiring website: ejobs.umd.edu. To find out more about Stamp's employment structure, an overview of our organizational chart is available for view here (for more detailed information, please email StampHR@umd.edu). 

 

EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION PROGRAMS

Click here to see how STAMP recognizes its employees and how staff members can recognize fellow employees on a job well done!