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 email@example.com For an off-campus work-study job, contact Dr. Ruth Glasser: firstname.lastname@example.org
Work-Study opportunities on campus may include:
Student Services (Registrar, Bursar, Student Affairs),
Educational Talent Search,
TCPCG Office (Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates),
SSS Program (Student Support Services)
Work-Study opportunities off campus may include:
Naugatuck Valley Project,
Greater Waterbury YMCA,
Connecticut Junior Republic,
New Opportunities, Inc.,
Neighborhood Housing Services,
Waterbury Youth Services,
Connecticut Superior Court,
State of CT Dept of Development.