Student eligibility for the Work-Study Program is based upon students meeting this criteria:
International students are not eligible unless they have proof of a government student loan or aid package for the 2017-2018 school year from their home country. Private/educational bank loans are not considered; no exceptions will be made. Proof of government funding must be attached to the student application or will be considered ineligible.
Not eligible for the Work-Study Program, but still looking for work? Refer to the job posting handout for other links and resources. View other on-campus and off-campus jobs posted on CareerConnect or visit Career Services for assistance.
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ALL students will need to apply for the Work-Study Program every year due to financial aid requirements.
To apply for Work-Study:
Note: You are required to attach documents supporting your program eligibility for validation.
STEP 2: Work-Study Job Application Process
Once you have pre-approved access to the Work-Study module, you will be able to view/apply for 2017-2018 Work-Study Positions.
To apply for a Work-Study position:
Note: All applications will not be sent/released to employers until after the application deadline (September 12), and after we are able to successfully validate students' eligibility. Take the time to properly edit and tailor your applications to the requirements outlined in the job postings.
Applicants who fail to provide us with proper documentation and proof of financial aid assistance (as outlined in the eligibility requirements) will result to an invalid status. Job applications will not be released to employers.
IMPORTANT EQUITY HIRING INFORMATION:
The Work-Study Program, coinciding with the University of Manitoba, is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, members of racialized communities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
Webpages and content mentioned in the webinar:
|careerCONNECT||Drop-In Schedule||Academic Learning Centre|
|Resume Workbook||Cover Letter Workbook||Interview Workbook|
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