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Work Study Program


Watering the Folk School's garden
The Work Study program offers a unique opportunity for adults to live, learn, and volunteer at the Folk School.

During the 2022 Work Study program, students will participate in sessions for 6-8 weeks while residing in shared housing at the Folk School. During eight-week sessions, students spend four of their weeks volunteering in exchange for four week-long classes. During six week-sessions, students spend three weeks volunteering and take three weeklong classes.

Tuition is covered for classes taken during the program session. Students may request any class listed in the catalog, and registration will be based on class capacity. Materials fees are specific to each class and are the responsibility of the student.

Work Study students receive housing and meals during their stay. Local Work Study students within a short commute may choose to stay off-campus and receive the same meals as on-campus participants.

Work Study students primarily volunteer in the garden and grounds with additional support in the dining hall. Garden and grounds duties can be physically strenuous and are performed in a variety of weather conditions. Schedules are variable week-to-week and could include an array of other miscellaneous duties as assigned.

Applications for the 2022 Work Study program have closed. For the latest information about session dates or to apply, check this website, sign up for our eNewsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

The Folk School is an equal opportunity organization and does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religious affiliation, nationality, or ethnic origin. All students must be at least 18 years of age.
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