Community Service Work-Study
Recommended posting times:
- Academic-year-long positions: July-August
- Fall positions: July to September
- January break (4 weeks) positions: mid-October to November
- Spring positions: December to February
- Summer positions: April to June
MIT students can work up to 20 hours a week during class periods and 40 hours a week during non-class periods, including all MIT positions.
Could you use some extra help? In addition to coordinating volunteer projects, the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center offers Community Service Work-Study opportunities to graduate and undergraduate students who qualify for Federal Work-Study.
Our goal is to connect student workers with non-profit, educational, and governmental organizations striving to improve quality of life for community residents - particularly low-income or underserved individuals - or to solve specific problems related to their needs.
MIT students can help with your organization's immediate needs and so much more. Do you need someone to organize a fundraising event, manage volunteers, create a database, or even recruit more MIT students to help out? We encourage employers to use students as problem solvers, and we have found that jobs involving creative thinking often fill the quickest.
If you would like to discuss adding a student worker to your staff, please contact the Community Employment Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.