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Student Financial Aid

Federal Work-Study Job Listings

Fall/Spring FWS Work Period (August 21, 2016 - May 27, 2017)

This site lists jobs from approved FWS employers and is only available for students who have been offered and have accepted their Fall-Spring FWS award.

Use this site to check for Summer positions.

Students must accept their FWS award online through Testudo which will be displayed throughout 2016-2017 financial aid year.

Please remember to print out your financial aid "Awards" page and FWS Work Authorization Form listed under the "Documents" page of your financial aid account via Testudo and submit these two forms to your employer. The FWS Work Authorization form must be completed and returned to the Office of Student Financial Aid for new and returning students before the start of employment.

If you have additional questions, please call the FWS line at 301-314-5302.

Job CategoryDescription
Accounting Positions involving accounting/bookkeeping tasks to support accounts payable/receivable, payroll, timekeeping, auditing, or other accounting functions.
Computers/IT Positions related to computer operations, web design, hardware/software maintenance, and/or providing instruction on the usage of software programs.
General Labor Positions in facilities operations/maintenance/security.
Office/Clerical Positions involving general office work such as data entry, copying, sorting, filing, answering phones, faxing, word processing, greeting students/visitors, running errands, and/or preparing bulk mailings.
Research/Lab Positions requiring assistance with laboratory activities including preparing, collecting, logging, and labeling specimens as well as cleaning, sterilizing and stocking lab equipment.
Tutoring Positions involve providing individual/group instruction to children and/or adults in 1 or more topics.
Federal Government Positions with the National Archives or Peace Corps.
America Reads/America Counts Positions include mentor/tutor in math or literacy to Prince George's County elementary school children.