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$400,000 is available through the Work Study Program each year to enable faculty and staff at UBC's Okanagan campus to create outstanding student employment opportunities.

2018 Call for Proposals CLOSED
(May - Aug, 2018) & (Sept, 2018 - Apr, 2019)

Thank you, look for the 2019 Call for Proposals next year!

Working on campus is an excellent way for students to learn through doing, create strong connections within the UBC Community and develop professional skills required for life beyond their degree.

The Work Study Program provides a minimum wage subsidy to faculty and staff at UBC's Okanagan campus who are committed to providing outstanding on-campus employment opportunities for students. Funding is awarded to eligible employers via a competitive application and adjudication process.

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Info Sessions

Info Sessions are intended for new faculty and staff, or for faculty and staff who have not applied in previous years. We will go over the terms of the program, the process of application and adjudication, and steps for hiring students if awarded funding.


Date Time Room
Mon Nov 19 CANCELLED 11am SCI 253
 Thu Nov 22 CANCELLED 2pm SCI 253
 Tue Jan 8 2pm LIB 106B
 Fri Jan 11 10am LIB 106B

November Work Study Info Sessions will be re-scheduled for early December, our apologies for any inconvenience.


Robyn Bunn

Coordinator, Work Study Program

Student Experience Office, UNC 329




Last reviewed shim11/19/2018 9:28:39 AM

Jan 1-31, 2018


 Applications are now closed. 



New in 2017! 

Improved scoring rubric
Provides further clarification on funding criteria

Application Caps
Max 2 applications per person 
Max 680 summer hrs | 816 winter hrs per application

Proposal Outcomes
Proposals must indicate how they contribute to campus goals & priorities

Site Visits
Employers may be selected for a site visit mid-way through a session.
Site visits provide an opportunity for the Work Study office to meet with student(s) and supervisors to hear about experiences and review how learning outcomes are achieved.