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  • Finding a Job

    Student Financial Services offers walk-in advising about Federal Work Study (FWS) hiring and payroll processes during our regular office hours.

    Work On Campus

    Most FWS students prefer to work on-campus, but suitable positions are limited. Once you know that you have a work-study award, don't delay looking for a job. FWS positions on campus are listed online at careers.newschool.edu, with contact information for the hiring supervisor.

    • First Register at careers.newschool.edu. Registration enables you to search and apply for jobs online. You can post your résumé, cover letter, and FWS Eligibility letter under "Other Document" as a proof of your FWS award. Offices looking for work-study employees will often review résumés and contact suitable candidates themselves.
    • Once you are registered, you can search for positions that interest you and apply directly to the supervisors.
    • Once you find a job, you will receive an email from the university Office of Human Resources department asking you to submit the legal paperwork to be hired. Do not submit any hiring documents to Student Financial Services. Your supervisor will notify us electronically when you are officially hired. At that point, we will validate you FWS award.
    • You may not begin working until all HR documents have been processed and your supervisor notifies you.

    Work Off Campus

    Federal Work Study employment opportunities are also available off campus. Off-campus FWS must be in must be community service oriented as defined by federal regulations, which is work that improves the quality of life for local communities, especially underprivileged communities, by addressing needs such as health care, child care, adult literacy, child education, recreation, and other social services; transportation; housing and neighborhood improvement; rural development, and public safety. The New School has FWS contracts with a number of partners in our community. Below is a list of recent FWS employers. Students interested in finding off-campus jobs with any of these organizations should contact them directly.

    New School FWS Partner Organizations
    New York City Public Service Corps - America Reads and America Counts Programs

    The New School participates in the America Reads and America Counts programs. Through these programs, work-study students work as reading and math tutors at local public schools. Use the link in the title to learn more about this New York City government service.

    1 Centre Street, 24th floor
    New York, NY 10007
    212.669.3655
    Contact: Terry Denson
    Young Athletes, Inc. - OST Program
    360 East 145 Street
    Bronx, NY 10454
    718.401.2412
    Contact: Cassandra Dixon-Bowen
    Community Voices Heard
    115 East 106th Street, 3rd floor
    New York, NY 10029
    212.860.6001
    Contact: Diego Gerena-Quinones
    Energy Vision
    138 East 13th Street
    New York, NY 10003
    212.228.0225
    Contact: Joanna Underwood
    Human Rights Watch
    350 Fifth Avenue, 34th floor
    New York, NY 10118
    212.216.1854
    Contact: Brittany Mitchell
    I Have a Dream Program (Chelsea Elliot)
    322 Eighth Avenue, Suite 200
    New York, NY 10001
    212.627.3086
    Contact: Natalie Corujo
    I Have a Dream Program (DeHostos - Wise)
    201 West 93rd Street
    New York, NY 10025
    212.222.2408
    Contact: Samuel Rotenberg
    Landmark West!
    45 West 67th Street
    New York, NY 10023
    212.496.8110
    Contact: Christiana Pena
    Local Initiatives Support Corporation
    501 Seventh Avenue
    New York, NY 10018
    212.455.9357
    Contact: Mona Mangat
    Make the Road NY
    917.612.5567
    Contact: Emilia Wiles
    Sustainable South Bronx
    841 Barretto Street, #8
    Bronx, NY 10474
    617.513.3133
    Contact: Jon Santiago
    Cobble Hill Health Center
    380 Henry Street
    Brooklyn, NY 11201
    Contact: Tony Lewis
    www.cobblehill.org
    Russian American Cultural Heritage Center
    4768 Broadway, Unit 402
    New York, NY 10040
    212.567.5834
    Contact: Olga Zatsepina
    www.rach-c.org
    Women Make Movies
    462 Broadway, Suite 500
    New York, NY 10013
    212.925.0606
    Contact: Maya Jakubowicz
    www.wmm.com
    New York and Lower Hudson Valley Clean Communities, Inc.
    55 Water Street, 9th floor
    New York, NY 10009
    212.839.7728
    Contact: Christina Ficicchia
    director@nyclhvcc.org
    www.nyclhvcc.org
    Legal Outreach
    36-14 35th Street
    Long Island City, NY 11106
    Contact: David W. Harrington,
    dharrington@legaloutreach.org
    www.legaloutreach.org
    718.752.0222 x101

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