Sam Wotipka spent the summer of 2014 in a community service work-study.


Earn a paycheck, refine your skills, and help address real-world challenges

“This experience offers you, as an undergraduate or graduate student, an opportunity to earn a paycheck, gain valuable work experience, and invest your energy, skills, and ideas to address real-world challenges.

If you qualify for Federal Work-Study, this is a great chance to build your resume and explore a career path or employment field while helping a nonprofit deal with complex social or environmental issues.

If you are an employer, consider the perspective, skills, talent and enthusiasm that an MIT student can bring to the table.”

For students

Whether you partner with schools, municipalities, housing agencies, homeless shelters, environmental research centers, or other organizations, your work can have a significant impact on your community as well as your personal and professional life. Get started.

For employers

Need to bring fresh thinking to an old problem or create a strategy for confronting a new challenge? An MIT student can be a valuable addition to your hardworking staff. Get started.

Talk to us about Federal Work-Study

Phone: (617) 253-8065