Student wage subsidy program now open
Faculty and staff have until March 26 to apply for a $9-per-hour wage subsidy to hire qualified and energetic students to help with a variety of projects or jobs. This subsidy helps create career-related, on-campus work positions for students through the Work Study (for domestic undergraduates) and Work Learn (for international undergraduates) program.
Proposals are being accepted until March 26 for summer student positions. Accepted applications will be subsidized for up to 12 hours per week for the summer month, to a maximum of 300 hours.
To find out more, visit the Work Study and Work Learn website or contact Deanna Simmons at 250-807-9250.