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FEDERAL WORK-STUDY

SCREENING & PLACEMENT

1280 NORTH HALL

MONDAY & TUESDAY- 10:00AM- 12:00PM

WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY- 2:00PM- 4:00PM

FWS Resource Page: www.jjay.cuny.edu/3223.php



Job Bank: http://johnjay.jjay.cuny.edu/workstudy/jobview.aspx



To be eligible for the Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program you must meet the following criteria:

  • Have been awarded FWS for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.

  • Attend a ONE TIME mandatory FWS workshop orientation with the Center for Career & Professional Development.

  • Be registered for at least 6 units (credits) for the Fall and/or Spring term (semester).

  • Have a zero balance.

  • Be in good Satisfactory Academic Progress standing. Meeting both GPA and credit obtained/attempted requirements. Not on academic probation

  • Not over packaged.

Once you have met the criteria listed above visit the Federal Work Study Coordinator to complete the following steps:

To verify whether you have been awarded Federal Work Study:

  • Go to https://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu/oam/Portal_Login1.html

  • Click on Login (top right) - select CUNYfirst

  • Enter your User ID and Password or Register for a New Account

  • Click on Self Service (on top of left of the page)

  • Click on Student Center

  • Click on View Financial Aid Link

  • Open Financial Aid link (on left) and click on Select Aid Year

  • Select Semester & Financial Aid Year –Accept All Financial Aid including Federal Work Study

  • Be sure to click on Log Off when you are finished viewing your awards

To register for the FWS workshop orientation with the Center for Career & Professional Development:

  • Log on to John Jay Careers Online – www.jjay.cuny.edu/careers




    • Username: firstname.lastname@jjay.cuny.edu (Your John Jay e-mail)

    • Password: It is not the same password as your John Jay Email. If you are not sure, click on Forgot Password – it will take you to another page and you enter your username and click Go and your password will be sent to your John Jay email account. *If you are having problems accessing your John Jay email account you need to contact the Information Technology Helpdesk at 212-237-8200.




  • Click “Events” and look Federal Work-Study Workshop on Professionalism.




    • Click “RSVP” at the bottom of the screen for the Date and Time you would like to attend.

If you have any problems accessing the website please call 212-237-8754 or e-mail careers@jjay.cuny.edu



Steps for screening:

  • Log on to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice FWS Resource Page and download the following forms:

    • I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form

    • W4 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (Federal Form)

    • IT-2104 Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate (NYS Form)

    • IT-2104-E Certificate of Exemption from Withholding

    • Record of Available Hours (for your records)

    • Time Sheet Submission Schedule (Payroll Calendar)

  • Review the positions in the Job Bank

  • Proof of Identity and Employment Authorization (see I-9 for assistance).

  • Visit a Financial Aid Representative to receive a FWS Contract

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