NECI participates in the Federal Work Study Program. It is New England Culinary Institute’s policy that if a position is Federal Work-Study (FWS) eligible, then the supervisor should fill the job with a FWS eligible student. If you are interested in learning more about FWS, you will need to set up a meeting with the Coordinator of Student Services. This is a need-based program based on your FAFSA data and your eligibility is determined by the Financial Aid Office. We offer both on- and off-campus work opportunities. Students work an average of 8-10 hours a week and are paid bi-weekly. Students interested in working through our work study program can inquire with the Student Services Department once they arrive on campus.
You must have a complete financial aid file. This includes all required forms and documents, in addition to a completed and submitting a FAFSA; a second year student must be academically complete (70%) of first year.
After you have arrived on campus and you are enrolled as a NECI student you may inquire to determine whether or not you are Federal Work Study eligible. To qualify you:
When eligible you and your supervisor must communicate all new hires with the Coordinator of Student Services.
If you are interested in learning more about FWS positions, please contact by email at [email protected].