Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program
Funding is awarded to undergraduate and graduate students who enroll at least half time and demonstrate financial need. Federal Work Study awards generally vary from $600 to $1,500 per semester and are earned during the period of enrollment. You may either work in an on-campus, off-campus, or in a community service position. Georgia Tech encourages FWS program participants to consider opportunities for employment under Georgia Tech's community service initiative.
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- Student Overview
- Employer Overview
- Position Types & Pay Rates
- Important Dates
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Freshmen selected to participate in the Dean's Internship program will have the opportunity to work as an intern with an academic unit in their college and earn up to $1,250 per semester (Fall and Spring Semesters) for a total of $2,500 during the Academic Year.
For FWS-related questions, please contact the FWS coordinator, Brandon Bray, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 404.894.1962.
This website last updated/reviewed on 11/29/17