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Community Service Work Study

The Federal Community Service Work Study (CSWS) Program, at The University of Tulsa, allows eligible students to earn money by working with local, non-profit agencies. Earnings are based on a wage of $9/hour, and are considered taxable income. CSWS provides undergraduate students an opportunity to work part-time to help pay for the cost of their education and it is available for students, on a first come-first serve basis for those who have financial need as determined by the FAFSA. The goal of the program is to provide students with a meaningful service opportunity and learning experience that is relevant to their interests, while also acting to support and enhance the work of non-profit organizations.


Current Available Positions:

For a complete listing please visit the Financial Aid office or True Blue Neighbors. As of August 2017, there are currently 25 different community service work-study positions available.

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The Boesche Legal Clinic is hiring! Flexible Schedule. Spanish language skills preferred, but not required.

Contact true-blue@utulsa.edu for more information, or contact The University of Tulsa Financial Aid Office at: https://admission.utulsa.edu/financial-aid/ to see if you qualify for community service work-study.

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Reading Partners Tulsa is hiring! Flexbile Schedule. Applicants must pass a background check and be able to walk or drive to a Reading Partners school site. The closest school site is two blocks from TU campus.

Contact true-blue@utulsa.edu for more information, or contact The University of Tulsa Financial Aid Office at: https://admission.utulsa.edu/financial-aid/ to see if you qualify for community service work-study.