The Work Study and Work Learn wage subsidy program creates meaningful employment for many students while they pursue their studies. The submission period for the summer Work Study and Work Learn program is approaching quickly and faculty members are advised to be aware of changes in the program.
The Provost’s Office will now be managing the portion of the Work Study and Work Learn wage subsidy program that is not supported by AVP Student initiatives.
All proposals will continue to be evaluated by a committee for student learning components.
To hire a student for the 2013 Summer Session, faculty members are invited to submit project proposals via CareerConnect. The deadline for submissions is 12 noon on Thursday, March 28.
To find out more contact Kimberly Darling, director of academic affairs in the Office of the Provost.