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Post by Issa on Sat Nov 03, 2012 5:57 pm

Not all students who work for their colleges are on Work-Study programs. Those who are not on Work-Study are entitled to unemployment benefits when their job ends with the ending of their student status. At least one university is automatically declaring all former student employees as having been on Work Study and therefore being ineligible when contacted by EDD for initial verification.

Many, maybe most, students do not chose the Work Study Program because the hourly pay is much lower and they already get the tuition benefit under a CalGrant.

If your claim is held up, be sure to tell EDD that you were NOT on Work Study, if you weren't. Don't panic. My son set this straight with one phone call to EDD

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Re: College employers are trying to block student unempoyment benefits

Post by DesperateInRI on Sat Nov 03, 2012 6:00 pm

Another reason a student would not be eligible for benefits is their school schedules. You have to be able to take any reasonable job offered.

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Re: College employers are trying to block student unempoyment benefits

Post by elvis44102 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:45 pm

welcome to the forum

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Re: College employers are trying to block student unempoyment benefits

Post by Issa on Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:33 pm

My post refers to students who no longer work for the college because they were forced to give up their employment when no longer a student. These ex-students are entitled to unemployment. I don't know about those in other status'.

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Re: College employers are trying to block student unempoyment benefits

Post by elvis44102 on Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:40 pm

Issa wrote:My post refers to students who no longer work for the college because they were forced to give up their employment when no longer a student. These ex-students are entitled to unemployment. I don't know about those in other status'.

teachers and such fall under special conditions, what you are sating is the fact that these conditions while valid for some workers, are not valid for other workers..

a misuse of bureaucratic classification, if true will result in a delay of benefits..

workers truly entitled will have to prove they are not under those special rules
which will take some time and effort and a delay in benefits for those entitled.

entitled workers need to pursue all appeals

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Re: College employers are trying to block student unempoyment benefits

Post by Issa on Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:10 pm

My son has an appeal date. He worked 40 hours and took 6 credits. If he loses, any university employee who takes classes part-time will be giving up their unemployment benefit rights.

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