Welcome to Cristo Rey St. Martin Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP)!
We, as well as our students, are excited to have you as part of our CRSM family. Like any family, it is important that we communicate. This page will be used to communicate with you throughout the year!
Feel free to reach out to our team with any questions, comments or concerns. Our contact information is below.
Workday Report Information
When your student submits a Workday Report you will receive an email with a link to process that one Workday Report. Please reach out to Mary Lane at 847-323-4251 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions.
Your student will receive an email every time you close a Workday Report.
Important Upcoming Dates
Spring break: Monday, March 27 – Friday, March 31
Good Friday: Friday, April 7 – Easter Monday: Monday, April 10
Memorial Day: Monday, May 29
Last day of CWSP:
Senior: Tuesday, May 16
Freshman: Monday, May 22
Junior: Wednesday, May 23
Sophomore: Thursday, May 25
Time to plan for Spring Break Work for Pay
Primary Supervisors, please fill out this form to authorize your your Student Workers to Work for Pay this Spring Break.
All authorizations must be received by March 13th, in order for the Student Workers to submit required paperwork.
Feel free to reach out to Tom Arens if you have any questions about Work For Pay. His contact information is below.
CWSP Main Number 224-587-7337
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