Community Service Work Study
The Community Service Work Study program is an opportunity to earn money for college through the Community Service Federal Work Study program. Molloy College undergraduate and graduate students can work up to 15 hours a week for various community organizations for the academic year. The goal of this program is to provide students with a meaningful service and learning experience relevant to their interests while supporting and enhancing the work of nonprofit, educational and governmental organizations.
Student Eligibility and How to Apply
If you are interested and meet all the requirements, fill out an application and contact the Office of Experiential Learning.
Who is eligible?
In order to be eligible, you must:
- Have applied for 2013-2014 Federal Financial Aid using a FAFSA or renewal application
- Meet the financial aid requirement and be approved for work study. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 516.323.4200 to verify your eligibility
- Have a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.5
- Plan on being enrolled at Molloy College for 2013-2014
- Be able to work during both the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters
- Commit to working 12-15 hours a week
Community Service Work Study Goals
- Provide students with a hands-on learning experience outside of the classroom
- Help students to develop professional skills
- Encourage students to explore and enhance academic and career opportunities
- Provide additional capacity and expansion for nonprofit/government agencies
- Encourage a positive, reciprocal relationship between organizations and students