Through the SLU Community Service Federal Work Study Program, students can earn $10 per hour working at a local non-profit. You can gain valuable experience, all while making a difference.
Community Service Federal Work Study (FWS) jobs available for the 2018-2019 school year are listed below by site. Each site has a short description of their mission. Simply click on the job listing for a preview, then follow the links to log in and apply via Handshake, SLU's job database. All jobs listed pay $10 per hour.
Students must be FWS-eligible. In addition to securing a job, students must enroll in the program by contacting Bobby Wassel at 314-977-2041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-profit organization that brings arts awareness and education to under-served communities throughout St. Louis.
Non-profit organization that connects "Bigs" to "Littles" for a one-on-one youth mentoring relationship.
This on-campus soup kitchen in Reinert Hall provides hundreds of meals each week to the elderly, disabled and low-income residents around campus.
SLU-sponsored charter school for children grades K-8, serving the neighborhoods of Forest Park Southeast and Tower Grove.
This non-profit organization in North County maintains multiple community garden areas to provide produce and educational outreach to the local community.
This pre-school serves low-income children ages 6 weeks to 6 years in North St. Louis.
This non-profit organization aims to bring outdoor environmental education and experiences to under-served youth in the city of St. Louis.
Community organization that provides after-school educational and recreational activities for under-served youth.
Community organization that creates and helps sustain eco-friendly gardens in food desert areas throughout North St. Louis
Charter school north of campus for grades 6-12, with a focus on the fine and performing arts.
Mission St. Louis provides multiple social services to adults, youth, and families living in poverty in the City of St. Louis.
Non-profit organization that provides education and programming around healthy eating and physical well-being.
Middle and high school in south St. Louis serving youth and families.
This nonprofit operates rooftop community gardens to bring fresh produce to food deserts in north St. Louis.
Non-profit organization serving youth and parents living low-income housing developments throughout North St. Louis.
*Indicates a job that is within walking distance of campus or a Metrolink Station.