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Step two also requires a "Back to the Future" history lesson. In the 1960s, as part of efforts to help young college-age students afford their tuition costs, which then were a fraction of todays costs, the federal government passed the College Work Study Program, which survives to this day. Last year, it too involved over $1 billion in federal funding allowing students to earn, on average, $2,500 to offset tuition costs. These "jobs" largely take place today in college cafeterias college libraries, providing little skills.