The Center for Community Engagement hires Seattle U students in various roles both based at the Center and at school partners in both work-study and non-work study positions. To view all available student jobs, log on to the Redhawk Network powered by Handshake or check the links below.
Not sure what to apply for? Just e-mail us at email@example.com or come by our office at the Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation to chat with a staff member who can consult with you on what might be a good fit. We're open Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm at 901 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122.
Community Service Work Study is a federally-supported program administered by Student Financial Services at Seattle University. This form of financial aid provides students with the opportunity to be paid as they engage in community-focused work, including working with pre-kindergarten through 12th grade youth. Click here to learn more about Work Study Award Letters.
Jumpstart Corps are work-study positions working with preschool aged youth. Learn more about JumpStart and the application process here.
K-12 Partner School Workstudy Positions:
Learn more about positions available in our K-12 School Partnerships on ConnectSU in the Seattle University Youth Initiative (SUYI) K-12 Portal.
Redhawk Reading Corps, and the Seattle University Math (SUM) Corps. All K-12 Student Employment positions are part-time from 6 (minimum) up to 15 hours per week depending upon school site.
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