Federal Work-Study (FWS) is financial aid that is based on financial need and must be earned through student employment. Many job opportunities are available to eligible students on- or off-campus and these experiences can be great sources of professional development. UT’s Office of Financial Aid administers work study money and assignments.
The Center for Career Development houses the federal Student Job Location and Development (JLD)program which offers assistance to students who may not qualify for the federal work-study program but who choose to work at various student employment opportunities throughout the university and community.
Finding and Applying for Opportunities
The Center for Career Development posts all part-time and seasonal opportunities for UT students in Hire-A-Vol and hosts annual job fairs for students to connect with employers.
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JobMonkey can help you find seasonal or year-round jobs working for employers who can offer you unique opportunities.
Gap Year Resources
Center for Career Development’s International Job and Internship Guides
Various subscription-based resources provided by the center including city guides, internship databases and tips for living and working abroad.
Review the resources offered by the Center for Career Development for resumes and applications, interviewing, and networking events including job fairs.