Webinar Training for Student Employment Professionals 

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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!

 

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NSEA Membership is not required to register for webinar participation

Cost per webinar:
$39.00 non-member
$35.00 member
space
Package deal of 6 webinars is:
$180 non-member
$140 member 

 


NSEA Speaks Out

2020 is a new year, and great things are on the way!  Join us for a free kick-off webinar from the NSEA Board of Directors to learn about the upcoming news and events for this year. Several of our board members will announce important dates and changes coming in 2020. This is a great opportunity to engage as a member and plan out your NSEA year.  

Presented By: Bridget Schwartz, Kelly Wentz, and Patrick Brantley

February 5, 2020 | 2:00 ET



 

Diary of a Federal Work Study Program Improvement Process

Lessons learned, best practices and new techniques to help your program stay in compliance while serving your students, colleagues and your community better.

Presented By: Aurie Clifford, Prima Community College

February 19, 2020 | 2:00 ET 


Connecting through Effective Outreach

On today's college campuses, students have an abundance of resources at their fingertips.  So, how does your office engage students differently?  From fostering the right relationships to budget restrictions to generational differences, there are many elements to consider for effective outreach.  Join us in this webinar to gain insight into such key considerations and gather ideas for implementing or enhancing your outreach efforts on your own campus.

Presented by: Derek Savick, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

March 25, 2020 | 2:00 ET


Tracking and Compiling Student Employment Data*

The data surrounding student employment has become an increasingly important part of the field. Many student employment professionals know the impact, but backing this up with data is much more challenging. Data is an important part of selling student employment to the leadership at your institutions, but how do you get started? In this webinar, you will learn how to get started tracking and compiling student employment data on your campus, as well as some tips and tricks to continue expanding your data collection practices.

Presented by: Lauren DeHaan and Janna McDonald, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

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

May 13, 2020 | 2:00 ET


Student Employment in the Midst of COVID-19

If you missed the webinar, you can view it here.

NSEA is hosting a free webinar to support universities in the midst of COVID-19. Join us for a panel of five student employment professionals who are willing to share their knowledge and best practices regarding what their universities have done/are doing to support their student employment programs in the midst of uncertain and ever-changing circumstances. For some student employment professionals, this may be their first time balancing both federal regulations with university policy along with the demand to quickly adapt, inform, and educate both student employees and supervisors in the midst of a crisis. This panel is designed to provide support to professionals who are seeking ideas and resources, while also providing a space to ask questions that may be specific to the challenges their university is facing.

The panel will take place on April 22nd from 2:00-3:00pm EST and will be over zoom.

 


Best Practices for DACA and Undocumented Student Employees*

In this presentation we will share Dominican University's list of best practices as a Hispanic-Serving Institution when employing and supervising undocumented and DACA student workers, We will also present the limitations we experience. We hope to spend most of our session explaining why these are best practices and engage in dialogue about ways other institutions can successfully work with this student population.

Presented by:  Ange Reda, Fanny Lopez, and Lisa Petrov, Dominican University

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

June 10, 2020 | 2:00 ET


Building Partnerships with Off-Campus Employers

When we think of student employment, we often think of on-campus work, but we can’t forget that many of our students work off-campus in part-time roles as well. Given this, building and maintaining partnerships with off-campus supervisors and employers is an important part of our work. In this webinar, you will learn some new strategies for making connections with off-campus employers and how to maintain those relationships for the benefit of our students.

Presented by Carnesiha Walker, South Louisiana Community College

July 22, 2020| 2:00 ET


Education Outside of the Classroom: Creating a professional development program for student employees

Student employment provides a platform for our students to learn outside the classroom. Developing a professional development program is the first step in enhancing their experience in this impactful learning environment. Join us to learn how to implement a professional development program for your student employees.

Presented by:  Paula McLain, Northwest Missouri State University

September 9, 2020 | 2:00 ET


NOTE: Supervisor Seminars:  A different approach to supervisor training has been canceled and replaced with:

Making Connections: Reflective Conversations - Elizabeth Wormsbecker & Renee Houston, Ph.D

The University of Puget Sound

Student education is a shared enterprise and supervisors of students, whether in an employer-based internship program or an institution with on-campus employment, are in a unique position to mentor and contribute to students’ learning and success. Through intentional reflection on their experiences at work, students can recognize their growth and build on skills, realize that their work matters, exhibit energy to identify opportunities to utilize their talents, and feel validated by recognizing the impact they have.

A program of brief, structured, reflective conversations between students and their supervisors can be simple and flexible enough for integration within a variety of work environments and can even be adapted for new environments and ways of working required during this global pandemic. The University of Puget Sound was the recipient of the NACE 2019 Career Services Excellence Award in the small schools category for the Compass Puget Sound program that supports student and staff development by engaging in a series of structured, reflective conversations. We will introduce this flexible reflective conversation program and provide advice on processes for creating your own version of reflective conversations that fit your particular environment.

Reflective conversations fit into work with students in a variety of ways and make an incredible difference in what the student gains from their experiences. Beyond supporting student development, these conversations encourage students to recognize the importance of their contributions in the job or internship and increase their level of engagement in their employment. We’ve seen reflection have an incredible impact on students’ experience and also benefit departments who’ve adopted regular and intentional reflective conversations

November 4, 2020 | 2:00 ET


* 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.


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.


Contact Shirley Govindasamy, Board Relations Coordinator

Phone: (512) 423-1417
Email: [email protected]