Through the SLU Community Service Federal Work Study Program, students can earn $10 per hour working at a local non-profit, gaining valuable experience all while making a difference!
Available Community Service Federal Work Study jobs for the 2017-2018 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, and in addition to securing a job, must enroll in the program by contacting Bobby Wassel at 314-977-2041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Indicates a job that is within walking distance of campus or a Metrolink Station.
This non-profit works to bring the arts into communities and schools through programs, education and outreach.
This non-profit organization connects mentors (bigs) to youth in need of meaningful relationships (littles).
This on-campus soup kitchen in Reinert Hall provides hundreds of meals each week to the elderly, disabled and low-income residents around campus.
This SLU-sponsored charter school serves children from mixed income families, K-8, using the Montessori-based curriculum.
This St. Louis Public High School focuses on preparing college-ready students for careers in the health and medical fields.
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.
Non-profit organization that provides food and nutrition to people living with HIV/AIDS and cancer.
This after-school and weekend community center services youth in St. Louis.
This community organization focuses on the planting and maintenance of gardens in North St. Louis that produce fruits and vegetables for neighbors in need.
This SLU-sponsored charter school serves youth in grades 7-12, with an emphasis on the fine and performing arts.
This non-profit community center provides a range of services to youth and adults, from tutoring, to job assistance, home repair and education.
The Peace and Justice Commission helps build stronger communities, working for a more peaceful and just region and world.
A K-8 parish school located in South St. Louis that serves a predominantly Hispanic/Latino and immigrant population.
Charter school serving middle and high school students, preparing them to attend college afterwards.
A parish school near campus that serves youth in grades K-8.
This nonprofit operates rooftop community gardens to bring fresh produce to food deserts in north St. Louis.
This non-profit provides after school tutoring to youth in under-served community development centers.