Federal Work Study Program
The University Office of Student Financial Aid of Thomas Jefferson University is seeking on-campus and community service Federal Work Study jobs for 2013-2014.
Benefit to the Department and University - The Federal Work Study Program provides low cost student employment to University employers and the surrounding community. The Federal Work Study Program provides qualified student employees to work in the department or in community based programs. The department or agency assumes financial responsibility for only 30% of the students' earnings. The Federal Work Study Program pays the remaining 70%. In regards to literacy programs, the work study program will fund 100% for the student working.
Benefit to the Student - The Federal Work Study Program provides students with the opportunity for employment to help meet educational expenses while providing hands-on opportunities that will enrich their educational experience.
Benefit to the Community - The Federal Work Study Program will provide interested, committed, and qualified students for community based projects on and off campus. Work Study students can make a difference in many areas of out community by providing their time and knowledge to those who would not normally receive this care. Community service positions currently include the Bridging in the Gaps program and JeffREADS. The JeffREADS Program employs students in various programs teaching literacy to elementary-aged school children. The Federal Work Study Program will pay students employed as elementary school literacy tutors with no cost to the employing department or community service.
How to submit a job description:
- Download the Information Packet
- Please sign-in below using your Campus Key and Password to complete the job description form for job openings as of July 1, 2013. This job description form should be completed by May 30, 2013.