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Institutional Work-Study Program

View Open Student Work-Study Positions

FAQs

Q:

How often are positions posted?

A:

Positions are posted as they become available, so keep a regular check on the link above.

 

 

Q:

Can I create my account at the link above even if I'm not applying for one of the currently open positions?

A:

Yes! In fact, we recommend that you complete your account as soon as possible so that when a position comes open, you can apply immediately.

 

 

Q:

How do I create my account?

A:

At the link above

 

Select "Create Account" near the upper left corner

 

Select "Login without Vitae"

 

Complete Account information

 

Click "Create"

 

Complete Demographic information

 

 

Q:

How do I upload my resume to my account?

A:

Once you are logged in to your account:

 

Choose "Your Documents"

 

Upload your resume

 

 

Q:

Should I upload a generic cover letter?

A:

We recommend that you have a cover letter template on your computer, but that you personalize each cover letter as you apply for the individual positions

 

 

Q:

What if I have been awarded Federal Work-Study and have questions about getting my Federal Work-Study job?

A:

Students who have been awarded federal work-study should contact the Office of Financial Aid if you have any questions about your federal work-study award.

 

 

Q:

What if I was awarded Federal Work-Study, can I still apply for the positions at the link above?

A:

Yes. Federal Work-Study recipients are eligible to apply for the positions posted at the link above.

 

 

Q: 

Once I'm hired in a student worker or federal work-study position, how do I keep up with my hours worked to get paid?

 A:

Students are paid every two weeks.  You will need to complete a time log, and your supervisor needs to approve it.

View instructions on completing the time log