Who is sponsoring this project?
This project is a partnership between Human Resources and the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University.
Which employees are eligible for participation in the redeployment program?
Employee eligibility is determined by the their supervisors and/or department heads.
Which university departments are eligible for participation?
University departments experiencing COVID-related impacts and approval of supervisor and/or department head are eligible to participate. Departments may also submit special projects that would benefit from added support with supervisor/department approval.
Which St. Louis nonprofit organizations are eligible for participation?
Registered 501c3 non-profit organizations in the bi-state St. Louis metropolitan region are eligible to participate, with approval of their organizational or board leadership. Non-profits must be within one of the following counties:
City of St. Louis, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Lincoln County, Warren County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, St. Clair County, or Madison County
How are employees and host organizations matched?
Human Resources will determine the matches of available employees and host organizations based on the skills of the employee and needs of the host organization. Priority will be given to Level One to healthcare and medical science needs as well as needs that are directly related to COVID-19.
What happens when the employee’s service is no longer needed?
Human Resources will work with the employee when the project or time is completed. The employee will then discuss with their supervisor a new redeployment or return to their department.