So you're interested in Community-Based Student Employment?
Clark University's Community-Based Student Employment Program (formerly called the community service work-study program) places students at a wide range of organizations throughout the Worcester community. The goals of this program are to offer opportunities for students to gain valuable experience in the work environment; strengthen campus-community partnerships by meeting the needs of our local community while providing educational opportunities for Clark students; and provide students with a deeper understanding of our neighborhood. Students in the past have helped first-time homebuyers at the Main South Community Development Corporation, served as a College Access Coordinator at the Boys & Girls Club, and been placed as Teaching Assistants in k-12 classrooms.
Students typically work 6-8 hours per week and participate in professional development trainings throughout the year. Participants must be awarded work-study in their financial aid package to apply for these positions.
If you have any questions, please contact the Community Engagement Office.