Community Service Work Study Program for Employers
Please review Policy for Interaction with Employers.
The Community Service Work Study (CSWS) program is a federally-funded program designed to encourage students to work in eligible non-profit* agencies. Employers pay only 30% of the students' salaries plus workers' compensation, and federal work study funds pay 70%.
What employers say...
"This program is a win-win for the student,
our organization, and the community. We
get to work with some terrific students,
energetic and delightful workers.
Students learn about the not-for-profit world
and why some people dedicate their lives to the
mission of helping others. The community
wins because these students will find time to
volunteer when they move into their careers. Giving back is what life is all about."
--Kathleen O'Neal, Habitat for Humanity
"Alternatives, Inc. has hired several CSWS
students after their successful placements here.
We have found them to be well- prepared and
effective employees. What a great way for
the student and the agency to learn about each
other and decide if there's a good fit."
--David Armstrong, Alternatives, Inc.
*In compliance with Title IV of the Higher Ed Act of 1965, agency work will not involve religious or political activity or be for the benefit of limited-membership organizations.
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BILLINGS IS
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ADA EMPLOYER
Pursuant to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Vietnam era and Disabled Veterans Act, as amended, and the Montana State Human Rights Act—Montana State University Billings has a policy of nondiscrimination in employment practices and in admissions, access to and conduct of educational programs and activities.
Discrimination is prohibited on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or marital status. Any student, employee, applicant for admission or employment may file a discrimination grievance. Inquiries or grievances should be directed to the Human Resources/EEO-AA Director in McMullen Hall Room 310, phone 406-657-2278.
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