Faculties and departments are now eligible to begin submitting project proposals for student summer via the work study work learn program.
Work study work learn creates hundreds of on-campus jobs during the fall and winter, and gives meaningful employment to students while helping faculty and staff benefit from qualified and energetic employees.
The summer program enables faculty and staff to hire eligible students at a subsidized wage of $9 per hour for a maximum of 20 hours per week, for a total of 300 hours, during the summer months.
To apply for funding:
- submit a project proposal via the CareerConnect website
- wait for the proposal to be evaluated for approval
- approved proposals will be notified by email
- once approved, hire an eligible student, complete all the paperwork required and forward a signed authorization form to Deanna Simmons, On Campus Employment Coordinator.
To find out more, visit the Work Study and Work Learn website.