Webinar Training for Student Employment Professionals 

Webinars are delivered online so that you can access the virtual training in the comfort of your own office or other location.  Saving your institution time and money!

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Putting the FUN in your Job Function

The Millennial Playbook: Engaging Students and staff Through Online Training

Diversity and Inclusion: Just by Looking at Me

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Space is limited to the first 100 paid registrants
NSEA Membership is not required
Cost per webinar is $35.00


Putting the FUN in Your Job Function

Presented by Morgan Somerville of Stevenson University. Participants work long hours, tight budgets, frustrating technology, difficult personalities got you down? Come learn about Pinterest inspired ways to bring positivity into the work place. If we are going to spend the majority of our adult lives at work, why not have fun? Learn a few tricks and tips for bringing the FUN back into your job FUNction!

July 12, 2017 | 2:00 PM ET


The Millennial Playbook: Engaging Students and Staff Through Online Trainings 

Presented by Urszula Zalewski of Stony Brook University, this webinar peeks inside the Stony Brook University Student Employment Program's creative and innovative skill-based webinars for student employees, and technology-based best practices trainings for supervisors. By using iMovie, Adobe Connect, QuickTime, and other eLearning tools, online education methods are applied in a cost-effective way to meet demands of tech-savvy millennials rising in the workforce. Over 1100 students have participated in a variety of skill-based webinars such as New Student Employee Orientation, So You Want To Work On Campus, Conflict Resolution, and more.

* This webinar satisfies one (1) Above & Beyond session requirement.  Please be advised that you many only use two (2) webinars to satisfy the six (6) Above & Beyond session requirement.

September 20, 2017 | 2:00 PM ET


Diversity & Inclusion: Just by Looking at Me

Presented by Eric Wordlow of Columbia College – Chicago. Participants will learn techniques and methods to integrate diversity and inclusion into their personal and professional communities through active participation and hands-on exercises. Diversity and inclusion is a major part of our diverse, global community, which includes stakeholders such as students, parents, staff, and faculty. It is important to understand how diversity and inclusion can create a welcoming, safe, and supportive environment.

* This webinar satisfies one (1) Above & Beyond session requirement.  Please be advised that you many only use two (2) webinars to satisfy the six (6) Above & Beyond session requirement.

November 8, 2017 | 2:00 ET


Student Employment Webinars Cancellation Policy

Webinars that are rescheduled for a different date and/or time will not be refunded, but may be transferred to another individual of the same membership status or, if recorded, a link to the recorded webinar can be provided upon request. To request a link to the webinar contact the Chair for Training & Development.


 Christine Shaffer, Chair (Training & Development)

Financial Aid Counselor
Washington & Jefferson College
60 South Lincoln Street
Washington, PA 15301
USA
Phone: (724) 223-6019
Email:
cshaffer@washjeff.edu