Federal Work Study Program (FWSP)
The Federal Work Study Program (FWSP) is an employment program funded by the federal government and Rutgers. Financially eligible students are placed in part-time jobs and paid a wage for hours worked. FWSP funds are not credited to students’ term bills. Students who work through the FWSP will have the opportunity to earn funds to help offset educational costs and also gain valuable job skills. In addition to on-campus jobs in over 200 university departments, FWSP eligible Rutgers students have the opportunity to work in approved community service jobs both on and off-campus. RBHS students should contact their RBHS FWSP coordinator for information about community service jobs.
Job Location and Development Program (JLDP)
The Job Location and Development Program (JLDP) is an employment program funded by the federal government, which provides part-time and seasonal job postings to all currently-enrolled Rutgers students, regardless of financial need.
Part-time jobs ranging from entry-level to highly skilled are posted in Rutgers Handshake. Jobs are located both on and off-campus. Students work directly with participating employers to obtain positions posted in the JLDP database. The Student Employment Office does not place students in JLDP jobs.
Federal Work Study Program
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Part-time Jobs for Students