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!


NSEA Membership is not required to register for webinar participation

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

What's New and Upcoming? A 2019 sneak peek from the Board

Presented by: 2019 NSEA Board Member(s)

2019 is a new year, and great things are on the way!  Join us for a free kick-off webinar from the board to learn about the upcoming news and events for this year. Several of our board members will announce important dates and changes coming in 2019. This is a great opportunity to engage as a member and plan out your NSEA year. 

January 23, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Gender Neutral Supervising*

As supervisors, we must continuously work to create welcoming and supportive environments for our staff. A good start to this is understanding the unique needs of each staff member. Although this is a complex task, we must begin somewhere. During this webinar, we will begin laying a foundation for understanding gender identity. In particular, we will discuss terminology, important considerations, and resources for you to be gender-inclusive in your supervision practices.

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.

Presented By: Derek Savick; Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

February 20, 2019 | 2:00 ET 

Developing an On-boarding Process

There are many aspects of the on-boarding process, and many pieces of on-boarding that get missed over overlooked. On-boarding involves a lot of paperwork and procedures, but it also involves establishing expectations and ensuring that student employees are set up for success in their new role. This webinar will provide you with a guideline for making sure that your on-boarding process provides a smooth transition from beginning to end, and safeguarding against missing important pieces of the process.

Presented by: Paula McLain; Northwest Missouri State University 

March 13, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Helping Students Identify Skills and Competencies

More often times than not, graduating students have a difficult time identifying skills and competencies gained from student employment experiences. Join us for an interactive webinar that will guide you through strategies to help students identify competencies from the start of their work experience, as well as how you can help them articulate those skills to potential employers.

Presented by: Les Miller, Appalachian State University

April 24, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Developing a large-scale Supervisor Training

More and more, many of us are beginning to incorporate supervisor training into our student employment initiatives, but only some have incorporated a large-scale training that encompasses many topics and includes incentive or rewards. This webinar will help you learn some strategies that you can use to develop a supervisor training of your own that is designed to overcome constraints such as: time, participation, varying experiences levels of the participants, and more.

Presented by Lauren DeHaan; Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

May  15, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Writing Job Descriptions and Learn Outcomes

Job descriptions are the foundation for a successful hiring process. There are many benefits to writing a thorough and well-detailed job description, but often we overlook the importance of pairing a job description with appropriate learning outcomes. Join us to learn more about how to write an effective job description that includes learning outcomes for students, and benefits of doing so.

Presented by Kaite Suriyatip, Pepperdine University

June 12, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Building your Statewide Network*

Student employment can be a lonely field; many of us work individually or in very small teams on our campuses. That’s why networking through professional associations can be so valuable. Partnerships throughout your state are a great way to stay up to date and connected with schools who share similar challenges and experiences. Come learn about creative and easy-to-organize strategies for connecting with colleagues in your field and throughout your state.

Presented by Annaka Sikkink, North Carolina State University

July 17, 2019 | 2:00 ET

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.

Planning a Part-Time Job Fair

Part-Time Job Fairs are a very popular way for students to find work while attending college, but planning for a large-scale event takes work. This webinar will explore the logistics of putting together a Part-Time Job Fair that can be incorporated for large or small universities. Learn some new tips and tricks to enhance your pre-existing fair, or gain some resources on how to start from the beginning.

Presented by Brianne Karazsia, Indiana State University

October 9, 2019 | 2:00 ET

Developing your SEOTY and NSEA Week programs

It’s time to start planning for National Student Employee Appreciation Week 2020! Student employees do a lot for us, so this is a great way to show them how much we appreciate their hard work. Putting together a plan for Student Employee of the Year and NSEA week takes time and planning, but with a solid process, anyone can do it. Whether you already plan a week of appreciation or you’re just getting started, this webinar will help prepare you with some timelines, ideas, and processes to make your Student Employee Appreciation Week a success. 

Presented by Rodrigo Mercado, California State University San Bernardino 

November 6, 2019 | 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.

Lauren DeHaan, Chair (Webinar Development)

Assistant Director
Office of Student Employment
University Tower Suite 202
911 W. North St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 278-7601
Email: [email protected]