Available Community Service FWS Jobs
2013-2014 Community Service Federal Work Study Jobs
Available jobs for the upcoming school year are listed below by site. Each site has a short description of their mission.
Simply click on the job listing for a complete description, then send the contact person your resume via email, and inform them of your interest in the position. All jobs listed pay $10 per hour. Students can begin working as early as August 25th, provided they are enrolled in the program (see main page for enrollment steps).
For questions concerning any of these jobs, please contact Bobby Wassel at 977-2041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*** Indicates a job where transportation is NOT required.
7th Grade Poetry Foundation: Gives all students the chance for creative self expression through poetry and improves classroom outcomes.
America SCORES St. Louis: Connects youth to soccer activities and creative writing programming.
Athletic Scholars Academy: After-school program that teaches elementary-aged children the fundamentals of several sports.
- Sports Trainer, Health Instructor and a Physical Educational Instructor (Note: three separate jobs)
Education Exchange Corps: Organization that works one-on-one with children enrolled in the St. Louis Public Schools, either during school or after school hours.
Employment Connections: Assisting the unemployed with locating and attaining gainful employment.
Gene Slay Boys' Club: Activities center for young boys living on the south side of St. Louis.
- Art Teacher
- Assistant to Director of Programs
- Business Assistant
- Front Desk Clerk
- Youth Development Specialist
International Institute: Assists immigrant and refugee adults and children with education, job searches, life skills, literacy and more. No foreign language experience necessary!
- Teacher Aide - Basic Computer Class
- Teacher Aide - ESOL
- Citizenship Literacy Tutor
- Teacher Aide - Computer Lab
International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum: Highlights historically significant photographs and contributors of media.
JAMAA Learning Center: Charter school for elementary-aged school children living in North St. Louis.
Loyola Academy: Jesuit middle school for inner city males.
Midtown Catholic Charities: Community center for adults and youth residing in and around Midtown St. Louis.
Nine Network/KETC: Local PBS Channel Affiliate
Orchestrating Diversity: Music education organization providing opportunities to inner-city youth.
Springboard: Organization that brings arts and culture to local schools with no such program.
St. Louis Public Schools: Educating youth in the City of St. Louis grades K-12. All jobs take place in Main Office, near a MetroLink stop.
- Recruitment and Counseling Center Assistant***
- High School Graduation Initiative Assistant***
- Human Resources Intern***
- Meal Application Specialist Assistant***
- Research and Data Analyst***
SSM Health Care: Providing health care services to children and adults in the St. Louis Metro Area.
Teach For America: Post-graduate service program that connects people with a desire to teach inner-city youth to a school in need.
Urban Strategies: Community organization that focuses on youth and adult education in redeveloped areas of North city.