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Jasper Corps

students volunteeringThe Jasper Corps community engaged internship program offers students paid jobs working for nonprofit organizations in the New York City metropolitan area. Jasper Corps is a partnership between the offices of Financial Aid and Campus Ministry & Social Action that seeks to prepare students for their future careers & to connect them with the local community. Please note that students must be federal work-study eligible for this program.

Students must attend four mandatory paid sessions for the fall semester and three mandatory paid sessions for the spring semester as part of the professional development requirements of the program.

See below for Jasper Corps positions that are currently available:

Interested organizations should contact Rabea Ali, assistant director of work study, at rali01@manhattan.edu.

Being part of a community-engaged federal work study program helped me develop new skills and strengthen those I already had, and allowed me to meet exceptional professionals. I would consider it a valuable experience and recommend it to others.

Student Intern, Bronx Chamber of Commerce