Through the SLU Community Service Federal Work Study Program, students can earn $10 per hour working at a local non-profit. You can gain valuable experience, all while making a difference.
Community Service Federal Work Study (FWS) jobs available for the 2020-2021 academic year are listed below by site. Please note that given the COVID-19 situation, many can be done remotely. Each site has a short description of their mission. Simply click on the job listing for a preview, then follow the links to log in and apply via Handshake, SLU's job database. All jobs listed pay $10 per hour.
Students must be FWS-eligible. In addition to securing a job, students must enroll in the program by contacting Bobby Wassel at 314-977-2041 or email@example.com.
*Indicates a job that can be done remotely.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Non-profit organization matching mentors ("Bigs") with youth in need ("Littles") to form a long-lasting relationship focused on growth, education, and fun.
On-campus organization that rescues food, cooks it into nutritious meals, then delivers them to elderly, low-income, and homeless individuals in need.
- Assistant Coordinator
City Garden Montessori School
K-8 charter school, sponsored by Saint Louis University, serving mixed income families in the Tower Grove and Forest Park Southeast neighborhoods.
- After-School Assistant
Fit and Food Connection
Non-profit organization that works to improve health behaviors of low-income families in North County, especially nutrition and exercise.
Good Life Growing
Non-profit organization focused on getting produce in the hands of low-income families throughout North St. Louis, through the planting and maintaining of community gardens and hydroponic growing systems.
Urban Harvest STL
Non-profit organization growing rooftop community gardens to educate people on the importance of healthy eating, as well as to provide fresh food to those living in food deserts.
- Urban Farmer