VA Work Study
If you are eligible for veterans educational benefits and are registered at least 3/4-time in certified classes for the term, you can apply to work in the VA work study program. The student is paid after completing 50 hours of service or once a month, which ever comes first.
If you are interested in this program, there are a number of opportunities available. You will need to do the foot work and contacting of the various agencies for employment opportunities. Remember, in order to participate in the VA Work-study program you have to be either a three quarter time or full time student.
VA Work-Study Coordinators in Albuquerque
|Central NM Community College (CNM)||900 University SE||Ian Scott||(505) 224-4VET (4838)|
|ITT Technical Institution||Christie King|
|NM Highlands University|
|NM Workforce Connection||501 Mountain Road||Gary Berrier||(505) 843-1924|
|NM Workforce Connection||661 Quantum, Rio Rancho||Richard Mata||(505) 896-1765, ext. 233|
|University of New Mexico||Mandy Dykaman or
Lee St. Pierre
|Dept. of Workforce
|Chris Zafra||(505) 841-8517|
|VA Medical Center||Alfred Mares||(505) 346-4788, ext. 2760|
|VA Regional Office||500 Gold SW||Jeff Cheney||(505) 346-4788|
|Veteran Center||1600 Mountain Road||Mary Ann Seewald||(505) 346-6562|