Saint Louis University


2015-2016 Community Service Federal Work Study Jobs

Available jobs for the 2015-2016 school year are listed below by site.  Each site has a short description of their mission.  More jobs are being added daily, 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 can begin working as early as August 24th, 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.

Athletic Scholars Academy: After-school and summer program for youth to learn about and play various sports.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri: Organization that connects "Bigs" to youth to form a mentoring relationship.

the BRIDGE: Outreach organization providing services to the homeless population of St. Louis.

Campus Kitchen: On-campus kitchen where students cook and deliver meals to people near campus in need.

City Garden Montessori School: Pre-8th grade school serving families on the near south side.

Closing the School to Prison Pipeline: Program that aims to reduce school suspensions as a means to curb incarceration rates of youth in St. Louis.

Earthdance Farms: Sustainably grows food, farmers and community through hands-on education and delicious experiences.

Gene Slay Boys' Club: Community center for youth on the south side of St. Louis.

Grand Center Arts Academy: Middle and school for low-income youth focused on the visual and performing arts.

Ignatian Volunteer Corps: Program that places seniors and retirees in non-profit organizations for long term volunteering.

Interfaith Legal Services for Immigrants: Non-profit legal clinic that provides assistance to immigrants and refugees.

Jamaa Learning Center: K-8 Charter school in urban St. Louis that focuses on communal education and experiences.

LifeBridge Partnership: Works with elementary and middle school youth with developmental disabilities, as part of an after-school program at Gateway Middle School.

Prison Performing Arts: Organization that brings theatre and the arts to local prisons, allowing inmates to participate.

South City Prep: Charter high school for families living on the near south side.

St. Margaret of Scotland School: K-8 parish school serving mixed income families on the near south side.

Urban Strategies: Non-profit that works with local schools and community centers to provide enriching after-school activities for youth.

Youth Learning Center: Community center for youth grades 2-8, with a special focus on reading, science, math, and technology education.