This program offers eligible students the option of working in a non-profit agency to earn their work-study award. Many of the placements are directly related to academic disciplines. The federal government pays a percentage of the student wages and the agency covers the remaining cost.
This federally subsidized program offers eligible students the option of working in community-based non-profit agencies, public schools, or governmental agencies to earn a work-study award. CSWS provides students the opportunity to earn part of the funds needed to cover educational cost and offers organizations an economical way to meet short-term staffing needs.
Who Can Participate:
What Students Are Doing:
- Several electrical engineering students have designed electrical circuits at the Enterprise Development Center.
Students receive paid work experience, and the agency gets dependable and talented help at a subsidized rate.
How to Participate:
Agencies can contact Nadyrah M. Amin by E-mail at email@example.com or by phone on 973-596-3645.