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Available Community Service FWS Jobs


2016-2017 Community Service Federal Work Study Jobs

Available jobs for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year are listed below by site.  Each site has a short description of their mission.  More jobs are being added weekly, so check back often!

Simply click on the job listing for a preview, then follow the links to log in and apply via Handshake, SLU's job databaseAll jobs listed pay $10 per hour.  Students who have been awarded Fall/Spring FWS funds can begin working as early as August 22nd, provided they are enrolled in the program (see main page for enrollment steps).

For questions concerning any of these jobs, please contact Bobby Wassel at 977-2041 or

*** Indicates a job that is within walking distance of campus or a Metrolink Station.

ACCESS Academies: Community organization that provides college-access and support to children from low-income familes, assisting them throughout their middle and high school experiences.

Athletic Scholars Academy:  After-school program that teaches children the fundamentals of sports while also focusing on academics.

Big Brothers Big Sisters:  Non-profit organization that connects mentors (Bigs) to youth in need of meaninful relationships (littles).

Campus Kitchen: On-campus soup kitchen in Reinert that provides hundreds of meals each week to the elderly, disabled, and low-income residents around campus.

City Garden Montessori Charter School: SLU-sponsored charter school for mixed income families, serving grades K-8.

Earthdance Farms: Organization that sustainably grows food, farms and community through hands-on education, outreach, and experiences.

Employment Connection:  Non-profit that assists unemployed people in need with finding gain employment.

Gateway Greening:  Organization focused on the creation and maintenace of urban community gardens in the St. Louis area.

Gene Slay Boys' Club: Community center for male youths in South City that provides after-school tutoring and activities.

Grand Center Arts Academy:  SLU-sponsored charter school for low-income children grades 6-12 with a focus on the fine and performing arts.

Holy Trinity: Catholic middle school serving low-income boys and girls living in North St. Louis.

Mission St. Louis: Community organization that provides after-school tutoring for youth, job training for adults, and other programming to assist low-income residents of St. Louis.

Nahed Chapman New American Academy:  St. Louis Public School for new children of new immigrants or refugees to the United States.

Northside Youth and Senior Center:  Community organization serving youth and seniors from low-income neighborhoods in North St. Louis.

St. Cecilia School:  Parish schools serving children in grades K-8, with a high proportion of Hispanic/Latino students and recent immigrants.

St. Louis College Prep: High school in south city that provides underserved youth in St. Louis a track to graduate high school prepared to attend college.

Urban Harvest: Non-profit that operates rooftop community gardens to bring fresh produce to food-deserts in North St. Louis.

Urban Strategies: Community organization that provides after-school programming for children from low-income households.

Youth Learning Center: Organization that provides unique academic and enrichment experiences for youth from underserved communities to inspire lifelong learning, social responsibility, and moral leadership.

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