Students with a work-study award can apply for a work-study employment position on-campus
or through one of our approved off-campus work-study sites as part of the Community
Work-Study program. Students can work 5 to 20 hours per week. Students are paid twice
per month. Earnings are paid to the student and are subject to taxation. Students
must demonstrate financial need to be eligible for work-study. Receiving a work-study
award is not a guarantee of employment.
Click here for current work study positions.
Naropa employs a small percentage of students at the following non-profit organizations
in the Boulder through the Community Work-Study Program:
Community work-study is a great opportunity to be of service to the community and
work with children and adults in tutoring, counseling, and teaching. You must be eligible
for work-study and be a United States citizen to hold a work-study job at a Community
View and apply for Community Work-Study jobs
How to apply for a Community Work-Study job
- Contact the site/organization directly to inquire about available jobs and the site’s
- If the site selects you for a position, students must also complete Naropa’s employment
application and new hire process:
- Background Check Release & Authorization
- New hire paperwork
- Once you’ve completed the above listed forms, take them to Human Resources along with
your work authorization documents noted on the third page of the I-9 Form.
- Common forms of identification include Passport, Driver’s License and social security
card or birth certificate. These documents need to be presented to Human Resources
within 3 business days of your first day of work.
- If the site/organization selects you for a position and you have successfully completed Naropa’s new hire process, a member of the Financial
Aid team will contact your site supervisor to confirm you can start working in your