work study

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an analysis of a specific job in an effort to find the most efficient method in terms of time and effort

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The task force's recommendations for the Houston site currently focus on the work study program and an online course system, Hobby said.
For example, take an accounting major awarded federal work study who, for the first three years, worked on-campus in the dining hall.
Unlike other federal financial aid programs that distribute money according to how many students at a university actually need aid, money for the work study program is based instead on how much a university received the previous year, and how much it charges for tuition.
Results of the work study are due to be released early next month.
MSU'S Spartan Advantage provides enough grant and work study aid to cover the average cost of tuition, fees, room and board, and books for students from families with an annual income at or below the federal poverty level ($20,000 in 2006).
When I was just 17 years old, I learned about IREM and the industry through a high school work study program," Irvin said.
Some students were partially able to meet their work requirements through work study assignments.
Two voids help achieve this; a central double-height atrium that serves as the focus of the house connecting living spaces with a mezzanine work study, and more curiously a horizontal void, 770mm high, that articulates the structural division between concrete basement and timber frame; a continuously expressed interstitial datum that lies coincident with the re-entrant cutout.
In the beginning, the majority of the students participating in the mathematics training had upper-division standing and were drawn from across the university under the Federal Work Study Program (2004).
Key words: work study, work analyze, work measurement, productivity
Implementation of an online student employment system that allows students appropriate access to both work study and non work study positions, and development of an electronic employment verification form which allows campus employers to input information regarding student hires which feeds directly into the university's payroll system.
ERIC Descriptors: Income; Welfare Services; Federal Aid; College Students; Wages; Work Study Programs; Federal Legislation; Educational Legislation; Disabilities