work-study program

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an educational plan in which students alternate between paid employment and formal study

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About 1,300 University of Oregon students per year are in the work-study program.
Unlike a work-study program, these types of studios often allow you to work for pay and take free class.
Requires participation by all students in the work-study program.
Last year, the work-study program was reduced by nearly $50 million, costing 33,000 students their work-study jobs in the fall.
Last year Juan Diego Catholic High School opened in Austin, Texas and Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles switched from a traditional tuition-based school to the corporate work-study program.
Albert added that her department is looking to implement programs such as English as a second language for medical terminology, as well as a work-study program and a head-start project.
Blankenship, a teacher assistant in a North Kingstown high school work-study program, co-teaches the opening class on "Collaboration and Team Building" with NEARI President Larry Purtill.
With all of the financial aid options available today, coupled with the expertise of your financial aid counselor, finding a scholarship, grant, assistantship, work-study program or loan that is right for you is not as difficult as you think.
An African-American woman helps put herself through school by participating in the college work-study program at a Virginia hospital, and, in little more than a decade, assumes leadership of a hospital in Illinois, building bridges between the institution and its African-American patients.
They have enrolled in New York University's Stern School of Business master's of science in accounting program and will be employed periodically at Deloitte & Touche as part of the 18-month work-study program.
Changes to the University of Windsors work-study program aim at providing participants with opportunities to develop skills relevant to their careers.
The corporate work-study program has proven an innovative success in the sustaining the Cristo Rey model, but also poses justice implications in terms of the relationships that some of these schools have with businesses/corporations that do not embody values of the Catholic, Jesuit mission, but are needed to sustain it, which poses challenges in maintaining the Jesuit social justice dialectic.
One of the busiest open studios in the Big Apple, Steps on Broadway has a highly competitive work-study program that puts dancers in command of the front desk, cafe or boutique.
It is designed almost as a work-study program, but instead of traditional student labor, the program calls for about 15 to 20 hours of work per week participating in activities such as mentoring or tutoring other students, running a student organization or working in a science laboratory.
The Steelworkers and ArcelorMittal will work with Lakeland Community College in Lake County northeast of Cleveland to offer a 2-% year work-study program to prepare workers for the industry.