2014-2015 Community Service Federal Work Study Jobs
Available jobs for the 2014-2015 academic year are listed below by site. Each site has a short description of their mission.
Simply click on the job listing for a complete description, then send the contact person your resume via email, and inform them of your interest in the position. All jobs listed pay $10 per hour. Students can begin working as early as August 25th, 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 email@example.com.
*** Indicates a job where transportation is NOT required.
Athletic Scholars Academy: After-school program that focuses on both academics and sports education/fitness for elementary-school students.
Big Brothers Big Sisters: Mentoring program that matches boys and girls in need of a mentor with a "Big".
The BRIDGE: Homeless outreach shelther near downtown St. Louis.
Catholic Charities Midtown Center: Community center serving children and families in Midtown St. Louis.
City Garden Montessori School: SLU-sponsored charter school for city youth ages 3 - 13, in the Montessori tradition.
De la Salle Middle School: Catholic middle school serving boys and girls in the North St. Louis area.
Employment Connection: Assisting low to no-income individuals without employment in obtaining a job.
Gene Slay Boys' Club: Community center for youth on the southside of St. Louis.
Holy Trinity Catholic School: One of only two parish schools serving North City, educating youth in need grades K-8.
International Institute: Social services center for immigrants and refugees who have recently come to the United States.
Nine Network / KETC: Public access channel for the St. Louis regional area.
Orchestrating Diversity: Neighborhood art and music center for low-income children.
SSM Health Care: Providing health care services to children and adults in the St. Louis Metro Area.
St. Cecilia School: Parish school in south city serving predominantly Hispanic families and youth.
St. Louis Language Immersion Schools: Magnet schools for St. Louis youth that focuses on foreign language development in Spanish, French, and Chinese.
St. Margaret of Scotland School: Catholic elementary school near campus serving children grades Pre-8th.
TEEN Connections: Program for teens with autism designed to improve social skills and interactive relationship-building.
Youth Learning Center: After-school program for youth grades 2-8, tutoring in the areas of math, sciences, and reading.