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Job Application Guide
Just as our website name suggests, we are a free online resource for helping students and graduates find specific information and advice on how to apply online and offline to every major national company in America. Students coming to our site can search a database of over 1500 articles each tailored to a specific company they may be interested in. We have many pages about companies located specifically in Illinois. If you are looking for a specific job for instance, you can easily resource information about those companies of interest. Instead of just searching job openings, our resources allow the more aggressive job seeker to find information and advice about the specific company they want to target.
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College Student Guide Info
Federal Work Study Program
The Federal Work Study program provides part-time employment opportunities at CSC for students who demonstrate financial need. Students who wish to be considered for the work study program must complete the institutional financial aid application (FAFSA) and any additional documents requested by the Financial Aid office. Contact the Financial Aid office to see if you are eligible and/or to get a work study application. Jobs are part-time, maximum 20 hours/week, on campus. Pay is IL minimum wage. Work study jobs are not guaranteed.