Student Employment Essentials (SEE) Training

Pre-Conference SEE Training in Milwaukee, WI

October 15 & 16, 2018

What is SEE Training?

SEE Training is comprised of two, 8 hour one-day, professional seminars that will teach you the skills critical to the success of every student employment professional as well as to your university's student employment program. These "hands-on"workshops immerse participants in all aspects of running a successful student employment office and provide a framework for you to sharpen existing skills and acquire new ones.

Track A: Legal Issues in Student Employment ($189)

  • Employment Regulations
  • Developing Training Programs
  • Employing International Students
  • I-9's and W-4's
  • Interviewing & Selection
  • FERPA

Track B: Job Development & FWS in Student Employment ($189)

  • Federal Work Study (FWS) - Program Management and Administration
  • FWS - Student Eligibility
  • FWS - Job Location and Development (JLD) Administration 
  • Marketing Your Student Employment Program
  • FWS - Allowable Employment
  • FWS - Off-Campus Programs
  • FWS - Community Service

Expert trainers will provide you with well-researched, practical information you can apply immediately. You will receive a wide range of the most important student employment information, access to an expert, the opportunity to share information with colleagues, a training manual, and a Certificate of Completion.

Registration is open.
Complete the conference registration form here

Student Employment Essentials (SEE) Training Refund and Cancellation Policy

The NSEA SEE Training Cancellation and Refund Policy will be as follows:

  •  Refund eligibility for SEE training cancellations or non-attendance is decided by the individual region that is hosting the training. 

Unforeseen Circumstances Defined for Refund and Cancellation Policies:

Unforeseen Circumstances is used to describe an event that is unexpected and prevents NSEA from continuing with a conference or training. Examples of such circumstances can include, but are not limited to, inclement weather or other natural disasters, site unavailability, technology challenges, and presenter absence.