Students who wish to work part-time during the academic year or full-time during the summer can obtain employment through the GU Student Employment Office (SEO). Georgetown participates in the Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program. Most GU need-based financial aid packages include expected earnings from employment under this program during the academic year. Students typically work ten to fifteen hours per week to earn the amounts included in GU aid packages. Hundreds of Work-Study jobs are available on-campus, and there are Work-Study jobs available off-campus in community service organizations.
Georgetown also offers an Employment Referral Service (ERS) for students seeking on and off-campus employment who want to work but are not eligible for need-based Federal Work-Study funding.
For employment opportunities, please visit the GU Student Employment Office website.