Spectator is committed to making working on staff as accessible an opportunity as possible, regardless of socioeconomic background.

Please be assured that all information regarding staff members' work-study status is treated as confidential, and will be not be shared outside of Spectator's corporate board and adult staff who are involved in administering work-study funds.

If you are a returning member of staff, please complete this form by Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

PLEASE FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING FORM AS ACCURATELY AS POSSIBLE. ONCE EVERYONE FILLS OUT THIS FORM, WE WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE PROCESS TO RECEIVE WORK-STUDY FROM SPECTATOR. THIS WILL IN PART DEPEND ON HOW MANY PEOPLE APPLY FOR SPECTATOR WORK-STUDY.

Contact workstudy@specpublishing.com with any questions.

Name *
Name
Which type of work-study will you receive during the 2016-2017 school year? *
Federal Work-Study is when your grant money partially comes from the federal government. College Employment is when your allocation is paid entirely by your workplace. Some students receive both allocations, but most receive one or the other.
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Are you a United States citizen or permanent resident? *
Please confirm that you will send a screenshot of your work-study allocation to workstudy@specpublishing.com *
You can access your financial aid information in SSOL or through Barnard's financial aid portal.
I understand that submitting this form does not guarantee that Spectator will provide my work-study allocation. *
We will be in touch to confirm whether Spectator will provide all or some of your work-study allocation.
I am aware that I am encouraged to obtain an additional work-study job in case I do not receive a work-study allocation from Spectator. *
For example, if you currently hold a work-study job.