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Published by U.S. Dept. of Education in [Washington, D.C.](600 Independence Ave., S.W., Washington 20202) .
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Other titlesExpanding federal work study and community service opportunities
GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Education
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p. :
Number of Pages61
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Open LibraryOL17119660M

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Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program. Purpose: Funding Status. Eligibility. Laws, Regs, & Guidance. Applicant Info. Resources. Awards. Hourly wages must not be less than the federal minimum wage. Institutions must use at least 7 percent of their Work- Study allocation to support students working in community service jobs, including: reading. Expanding Federal Work-Study and Community Service Opportunities Just Add Kids - A resource of directory of reading partners, reading pages and other literacy services for families and communities Learning to Read/Reading to Learn Campaign - Helping Children With Learning Disabilities To Succeed. Providing Greater Service Opportunities for College Students The Administration will submit legislation to amend the Higher Education Act to require every college and university to devote 50 percent of its Federal Work Study funds to community service, commonly known as Serve Study. Community Based Federal Work Study Positions. These positions are part of the Center for Social Concern’s Community Service Federal Work Study Program who will do the hiring and process payroll. However, the actual work performed is off-campus at our community partner sites. Interested in applying to a community based federal work study position?

Oct 28,  · "Outside of federal work-study program employment on campus, we don't have the public policy levers to make that happen." Oberlin College President Marvin Krislov favors expanding work-study at community service jobs in cities and towns near college campuses. In these positions, students not only have a part-time job, but it's one that could. NASFAA Research on Federal Work-Study While there is a lot of anecdotal evidence proving that Federal Work-Study (FWS) helps low-income students stay in college and move into the workplace, few institutions have actual data. -forge alliances with support networks and resources of service delivery system. 3. expanding opportunities-develop new resources through program development community organizing and social action. 4. recognizing success use evaluation and research to validate client achievement.-assess effectiveness of programs and services. 5. integrating gains. As the presidential election ramps up, NASFAA continues to closely monitor the candidates as higher education policy positions emerge. This page serves as a compilation of the current Democratic and Republican presidential candidates.

What is tomsseweranddrainserviceoh.com GSA is merging its current legacy sites into one system. This transition offers a more efficient way to access all federal award information. Compact for Reading (Available Spring 1. Expanding Federal Work- Study and Community Service Opportunities. Just Add Kids - A resource of directory of reading partners, reading pages and other literacy services for families and communities. Funding & Grants. Superkids Reading Program and Happily Ever After align to federal, state, private. USA Freedom Corps Policy Book in smaller HTML files; Every college and university will be required to devote 50 percent of its Federal Work Study funds to community service (currently it is only 7 percent) and specify that in any given year at least 5 percent of the students would be expected to work in fields of public safety, public. Here’s a simple truth: the more involved you are with your college, the more exciting, rewarding and successful your college experience will be. Don’t underestimate the value of joining campus clubs, associations, student government and activities. With a wide-variety of organizations and events available to you throughout the Maricopa Community Colleges, you will find opportunities to.