Engage@EMU operates the Community Work-Study Program (CWSP) where undergraduate students can earn their awarded work-study funds and gain experience by working with local community-focused government or non-profit organizations.
For the Fall 2017 semester, our partners are as follows:
- Ann Arbor YMCA
- City of Ann Arbor, Natural Area Preservation
- Community Action Network
- Corner Health Center
- Digital Inclusion
- Educate Youth
- The Family Empowerment Program
- The Family Learning Institute
- Growing Hope
- Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County
- Riverside Arts Center
- St. John the Baptist Works of Mercy Food Pantry
- SOS Community Services
- Student Advocacy Center of Michigan
- United Way of Washtenaw County
- Upward Bound
- Washtenaw Literacy
- Ypsilanti Community Schools
- Ypsilanti District Library
- Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels
There are a number of positions available in a variety of areas, including volunteer recruitment, social media management and marketing and tutoring. The organization provides regular, weekly working schedules to students. All positions pay $10 an hour. The average work study award would allow students to work approximately 10 hours a week.
If you're an undergraduate student with a work-study award and are interested in the program, complete this form.
For community organizations interested in hosting EMU students, please complete this form.
If you have any questions, contact Luke Yates at email@example.com.