Work Study Students live as a group at the Folk School for nine weeks. During the nine-week session they work five of the weeks and take weeklong classes for four of the weeks. They are also eligible for weekend classes on a space-available basis. Work Studies receive room and board during their stay and have access to the full range of classes listed in the catalog with tuition covered (note: materials fees are specific to each class and are the responsibility of the student).
Most Work Studys work outdoors on the gardens and grounds as part of the Garden Crew, but there are other duties which may include weekends. Garden Crew participants must be in good physical condition and be able to perform occasional strenuous tasks in a variety of weather conditions.
Occasionally, Work Study students perform focused work to benefit the school or the campus. This page will be updated with future special project Work Study positions.
All Work Study sessions have been filled for 2019. Look for the 2020 session schedule in October 2019.
The number of work study positions is limited. Please note that applicants not accepted into a session may be invited to reapply for a subsequent session. Applicants are generally selected and notified about two months before each session starts. Application fee is good for one year.
For more information on the Work Study Program and Special Projects, email email@example.com.
The Folk School is an equal opportunity institution and does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religious affiliation, nationality, or ethnic origin. All students must be at least 18 years of age.