Community Work-Study ProgramHow can you make a difference through your work-study job?
Explore UT’s Community Work-Study Options
Opportunities are offered in a variety of areas, including the arts, education, daycare, environmental programs, health services, legal services, programs for the elderly, public works and engineering departments, women's organizations, and youth programs. Opportunities vary per semester.
Through UT’s Community Work-Study Program, college students can gain experiences that will help prepare themselves for leadership and service in their personal and professional lives.
Community Work-Study will allow you to build relationships, work in your field of
interest, gain community service experience and overall add to your marketability
for when you graduate college.
Get paid to volunteer in the local community!
Community work study students:
-Work on average 15-20 hours at a local community agency
-Get paid work study wagesStudents who are awarded work-study as part of their financial aid package may work on or off campus. The University of Toledo will allow students to work at select non-profit organizations in the greater Toledo area. There are a limited number of positions available.
Eligibility: Student must be eligible for work-study and be American citizens or permanent residents.
|Organization Profile Form|
| Job Description Form
Note:You must complete a separate job description
for positions with different titles and requirements
How to Apply for Community Work-Study:
Step 2: Email resume and note where in the community you would like to work
For more information about the Community Work-Study program contact Experiential Learning and Career Development at email@example.com or 419.530.4341.
Community Service Federal Work Study (servicelearning.org)
The Federal Work Study program is "…to encourage students receiving Federal student financial assistance to participate in community service activities that will benefit the Nation and engender in the students a sense of social responsibility and commitment to the community."
The Higher Education Act (HEA) states that one of the purposes of the Federal Work Study program is "…to encourage students receiving Federal student financial assistance to participate in community service activities that will benefit the Nation and engender in the students a sense of social responsibility and commitment to the community." And colleges and universities are required to spend 7% of FWS funds on community service positions. Check out these resources from the NSLC collection to see how you can meet and exceed the community service FWS mandate at your college or university or get a FWS student at your community-based organization.