Federal Work-Study Orientation for On and Off Campus Jobs
FWS Orientation -- Part 2 of 7 -- You must complete all parts and submit form at the end of this orientation.
What is placement?
Placement is the process by which you select a potential job, and are interviewed for a FWS position.
What Are the Steps Involved In Placement?
1. Select an on-campus job utilizing the Student Employment website:
2. Before searching for a job, you must first agree to the statement listed under "Find a Job".
3. Schedule an interview by completing and submitting the on- line FWS job application.
4. Obtain the FWS Intent to Hire Form from your potential employer.
What kinds of FWS jobs are there?
You will work in one of the offices or departments. There are a variety of on-campus positions available including clerical, language tutor and research assistant to name a few. The minimum hourly rate for on-campus jobs is $15.00 per hour for undergraduate students, and $17.00 per hour for graduate students.
NOTE: There are a few community service jobs on campus.
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