Students who are Federal Work Study eligible, and also have a desire to serve their community, can now participate in SLU's brand new Community Service Federal Work Study Program. If eligible, students can work up to 15 hours per week at a non-profit agency, and get paid up to $10.00 per hour to do it! Potential jobs include tutoring children, coaching, environmental work, arts and culture activities, and more.
To enroll in the program, just follow these 5 easy steps:
1.) Consult with Financial Aid Counselor to confirm your eligibility for Federal Work Study dollars.
2.) If eligible, send a print-out of your FWS Award from Banner (screen shot or printed and scanned) to Bobby Wassel at firstname.lastname@example.org, to begin the process.
3.) View our list of Available Community Service FWS Jobs, sending your resume and interest email to the contact person listed for the position(s) you are seeking. Or, visit Career Services Career Link database, and search under "Off-Campus, Work-Study", to review and apply for the open positions.
4.) Visit Human Resources (located on the 1st Floor of the Wool Building across the street from Tegeler Hall) to complete the necessary tax and direct deposit forms. You will receive a Receipt for New Hire.
5.) Return the Receipt for New Hire to Bobby Wassel in the Center for Global Citizenship, Suite 130.
For information on this exciting new program, contact the Center for Service and Community Engagement at email@example.com.
***NOTE: The Center for Service and Community Engagement does NOT provide transportation to-and-from work sites. For off-campus job locations especially, we encourage students to familiarize themselves with DPSSS's safety tips at http://www.slu.edu/x22933.xml.***