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On and Off-Campus Work-Study Jobs

As part of a financial aid package, students who apply for aid can sometimes be awarded work-study money.  Students must accept their work-study allocation and work either on or off campus to earn that money.

Work study helps you gain hands-on experience either working for departments or individual faculty at Waterbury UConn, or off-campus making connections in the community.  You learn a positive work ethic in a supportive environment, hone your interpersonal skills and gain additional skills in computers and general office management.  If you work for professors, you will gain expertise in a particular area such as Urban and Community Studies, Biology, or Human Development and Family Studies.

If you are awarded work-study, apply for an on- or off-campus job:  For On-Campus Work Study jobs, contact Kit Casey in Room 228B or e-mail kit.casey@uconn.edu  For an off-campus work-study job, contact Dr. Ruth Glasser:  ruth.glasser@uconn.edu

Work-Study opportunities on campus may include:

Computer lab,
Library,
Student Services (Registrar, Bursar, Student Affairs),
Student Activities,
Career Services,
Faculty,
Science Labs,
Educational Talent Search,
TCPCG  Office (Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates),
SSS Program (Student Support Services)

Work-Study opportunities off campus may include:

Waterbury Hospital,
Naugatuck Valley Project,
Girls, Inc.,
Mattatuck Museum,
Greater Waterbury YMCA,
Connecticut Junior Republic,
New Opportunities, Inc.,
Neighborhood Housing Services,
Special Olympics,
Waterbury Youth Services,
Connecticut Superior Court,
State of CT Dept of Development.