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What is CalWORKs Work Study (CWWS)?
Our CalWORKs Work Study Program provides CalWORKs students with on-campus work opportunities, as funding permits. This is an excellent opportunity for students to gain valuable, hands-on experience while still participating in an education training program.
What are the benefits of CalWORKs Work Study?
Work study income is exempt from calculation of the CalWORKs cash aid grant and the hours worked in a work study job count toward the weekly CalWORKs participation requirement. Work study opportunities allow students to work up to 20 hours a week when classes are in session.
Also, employers receive 75% reimbursement of the student's wage from the CalWORKs Work Study program. For students receiving Federal Work Study, this allows a student’s Federal Work Study grant to receive minimal use. Essentially, this “stretches” the grant and, most times, it will last throughout the fiscal year, July 1 through June 30.
To be eligible for the CalWORKs Work Study Program, a student must:
What is Federal Work Study (FWS)?
Federal Work Study (FWS) is one of several federal grants offered through Financial Aid & Veterans Services (FAVS). In order to be considered for FWS, students must apply for and be eligible to receive Federal Financial Aid. Federal Work Study offers students the opportunity to earn money through part-time employment.
To remain eligible for the CalWORKs Work Study Program, a student must:
Am I guaranteed CalWORKs Work Study if I participate in the campus program?
Eligible students are offered work study on a first-come, first-served basis, while funding lasts. Priority is given to current CalWORKs Work Study students. A waiting list is generated for others who meet the requirements listed above and are interested in applying.
How do I sign-up for CalWORKs Work Study?
Simply let the CalWORKs Work Study Coordinator know you are interested in CalWORKs Work Study by completing the
For additional information about CalWORKs Work Study, please feel free to contact Selina Mendoza, Instructional Support Assistant via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (209) 954-5759.
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