What is the Job Location and Development (JLD) Program?
The Job Location and Development (JLD) Program is a federally funded program designed to assist students with part time employment and is administered by the Career Development Center at Tennessee State University. The goal is to provide students with a source to secure off- campus employment regardless of their financial aid eligibility. The institution is allowed to use part of the funds from the Federal Work Study (FWS) program to fund the JLD program. The JLD program is centered on creating real-world work experiences for students to increase self-knowledge and develop marketable skills. This program will provide a solid foundation for securing career options for students entering the world of work. The JLD Coordinator develops and maintains a listing of part-time and temporary positions submitted by local businesses. For further information regarding part-time job opportunities you may contact Tiffany Johnson, Coordinator for Experiential Learning at
Procedures for Students
The following are procedures for currently enrolled students to apply for part-time, off-campus jobs through the Office of Career Services.
The Job Location and Development (JLD) program assists enrolled students to obtain part-time employment in the Metropolitan Nashville, TN area. Students may search employment opportunities online by searching
which may be accessed on the
TSU Career Development Center website.
Students who are interested in obtaining a referral for a job listing are required to follow these steps:
in the Career Development Center.
Have their resume critiqued by their career counselor in the Office of Career Services.
Review the open positions on the announcement listing.
Upon completion of the registration process and selection of a job opening, the student will receive instructions for employment application.
Once the student has obtained employment the student or the employer must complete Student Employment Information Form.
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Student Registration Policies:
By registering, you give permission to have your resume and other documents forwarded to employers and viewed by TSU Career Development Center staff members.
Reminder - In your job search, both on TigerTRACK and off, remember that you should not disclose social security numbers, credit card numbers, or bank account numbers to unknown employers. Also, never spend any of your own money to obtain a position unless you are certain it is for a legitimate reason. If you need guidance, you can always contact the Career Development Center for advice.
If an employer ever asks you for any of this information, or if you suspect an employer of running a scam, contact the Career Development Center at
immediately and provide the employer name and job title of the posting in TigerTRACK.