Finlandia University has posted its Federal Work-Study Program student job openings for the 2021-22 school year. The program, led by Financial Aid Counselor Marie Bonenfant, is administered and coordinated by the Office of Financial Aid and Human Resources. Finlandia receives funds each year from the federal government to administer the program and pay the students. The program encourages community service and work related to the student’s course of study whenever possible.
“The Federal Work-Study program provides jobs to students to help them pay for their educational expenses. It’s also a great opportunity to learn job skills, and to help build their resume in a supportive environment, while still having the flexibility to attend classes,” Bonenfant said. “Work-Study is based on financial need and is first come first serve. Students who are interested in work-study can contact the Financial Aid Department to see if they are eligible.”
Students can check eligibility or find available job openings by following the links below!
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