How to Apply
Federal Work-Study (FWS), including Community Service and America Reads,
is a federally funded program that provides subsidized part-time employment
for students with financial need. The FWS amount in your aid package is
the allotment of money that you may earn during the academic year. FWS
awards are not credited to your bill. Students are paid weekly for hours
A wide variety of jobs are offered on and off campus and in community
service settings. Students are free to choose their own jobs. The rate
of pay for FWS positions is $5.15 per hour and up. Students work an average
of 8 to 10 hours per week, though they may work up to 20 hours per week
under the FWS/Community Service/America Reads (reading tutors) program.
Earnings are used to help cover expenses such as books, travel, and other
personal expenses. FWS, including Community Service and America Reads,
job listings are available through the Student
Employment Services Office website. A Student Job Fair is held in
early September. In addition to providing money toward college expenses,
FWS jobs offer work experience and opportunities to become involved with
various on- and off-campus activities. If you have questions about the
Federal Work Study program refer to the FAQ's on the web at http://www.jhu.edu/finaid.
Click on Federal Work Study - FAQ.
(if not eligible for Federal Work Study) is another resource
available to the student to help meet the annual cost of education. The
Student Employment Services Office provides information on part-time opportunities,
both on and off campus, and paid internships. They also maintain a website
and a computerized listing of employers who are willing to hire students
who may not qualify for Federal Work-Study or Community Service funding.
Most students are able to locate jobs on campus regardless of financial
Hopkins offers temporary employment opportunities for all students. The
Student Employment Services Office can answer questions and provide assistance.
Call (410) 516-8421 or visit the Student Employment Services website.
additional employment, internship, and scholarship opportunities through
the federal government, visit: http://www.studentjobs.gov