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Federal Work Study Program

What is The Federal Work Study Program?

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program gives students the opportunity to earn part or all of their financial aid by working on-campus or off-campus in community service positions while they are in school. Examples include: teacher's aide, clerk, grounds person, custodian, and lab assistant. Your wage will be determined by the type and difficulty of the work for which you are hired.

Common Questions:

What do I do if I receive an “Award Letter”!

  • If your financial aid award letter for the current academic year indicates a work-study award, please follow the instructions provided with your award notification.

  • If you have questions please email Alexis Lytle alexis.lytle@gcccd.edu for work-study only.

  • Otherwise if you have questions regarding your financial aid award, please contact your Advisor according to your last name.

What Jobs are Available?

  • Click on the “Federal Work-Study Jobs” button to the left and view the positions that are available.

  • Please review the information in each job request very carefully as not all positions will match up well with your personal skills.

  • The "Federal Work-Study Jobs" page will be updated throughout the academic year as the job positions are filled or new job positions become available.

How Do I Hire A WS Student?

If you are interested in hiring a FWS student for your department, click on the “FWS Supervisor Home” button to the left for information and instructions.

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