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Work-Study Opportunities at Cambridge College
Below are the locations and departments that currently have open Work-Study positions at Cambridge College. All students interested in Work-Study will need to contact the Financial Aid Office first to be considered and to verify eligibility. Then, please contact the person listed below to inquire about any job in which you are interested.
Community Service Work-Study - up to $20/hour
Cambridge College students who qualify for federal work-study programs as part of their financial aid have the opportunity to earn their work-study funds by volunteering with service focused student organizations providing volunteer service to off campus communities. Students who serve as tutors, mentors, run after school programming for low-income students, and help non-native speakers practice English are examples of community service positions. Qualifying student organizations include Peace Through Play, Strong Women Strong Girls, Tutors For All, ACEDONE (African Community Economic Development of New England), a non-profit nursing home or hospital are a few examples of community based options.
You can earn up to $20/hour in work-study earnings through community service options. All community service jobs require a College Work-Study Community Service Agreement, as well as all other work-study documents.
See Marie Annylusse in the Financial Aid Office.
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