Community Service Work-Study

For Students

IAP Community Service Work-Study

IAP Community Service Work-Study funding is still available! Find an opportunity here.

Spring Community Service Work-Study

Interested in finding a Spring position here in Boston or anywhere around the country? Email studentworker@mit.edu for more information or attend an information session.

Upcoming information session:
Monday, February 9 at 7 pm in 4-253
RSVP to studentworker@mit.edu

Applications for spring-term Community Service Work-Study positions will be accepted starting Monday, January 26.

Questions? Email studentworker@mit.edu for more information or learn more about the program or join us at the information session.

If you are eligible for Federal Work-Study through financial aid, why not consider working for a non-profit?

Community Service Work-Study positions can be found in the Cambridge/Boston area, and, during IAP and summer, you may be able to work in another part of the country, in your hometown, or elsewhere. The wages for these positions are comparable to wages for on-campus jobs, and they have the added benefit of allowing you to work for the community, often in areas relevant to your course of study. These positions are also very attractive to employers because they only have to pay a portion of your wages.

Through a Community Service Work-Study position you could, for example:

  • Design a new website for a community organization
  • Mentor a child in math and science
  • Do environmental research
  • Help a small agency with fundraising events

Find a Job

Working Across the Country (summer & IAP)

The Community Engagement Administrator is available to answer questions and brainstorm with students. Contact Linden McEntire at studentworker@mit.edu or 617-253-8065 for more information.