Feeling confused about Student Employment paperwork and policies?
Are you a new supervisor to student employees on campus?
Have questions about available supervisor resources?
The office of Career Services is offering:
Student Employment Supervisor Training,
Tuesday, January 28, 2014,
2:00pm – 4:00 p.m.,
E334 Student Union (Career Services Conference Room).
Topics Will Include:
Want to work on campus this fall?
Want to get ahead of the competition for Fall jobs?
Participate in the Wright State University Student Employment Virtual Job Fair, July 17 to July 26, 2013.
The Student Employment Virtual Job Fair connects Wright State students seeking on-campus employment with departments that have Fall Semester student employment job openings.
Each year, the National Student Employment Association (NSEA) declares a full week in April to be National Student Employment Week. Career Services at Wright State is a member of NSEA.
Nearly 2,000 Wright State students are employed through the Student Employment Program. These students make tremendous contributions to the university.
Career Services encourages campus employers to celebrate the contributions of their student workers and express appreciation for their good work.
Join Clothes That Work, Career Services and We Serve U for a Dress for Success Career Fashion Show. Student models will walk the “runway” to show-off appropriate interview, business casual and casual Friday attire.
How can students help?
How can staff and faculty help?
Nominations due by 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 20, 2013, via hand delivery or via campus mail.
Nominations submitted after the deadline will not be considered.
The Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) is a student who, in their work role, exemplifies reliability, quality of work, initiative, professionalism, and uniqueness of contribution.
Student Employee of the Year is honored during National Student Employment Week, April 8 through 14.
For Wright State University faculty, staff, and administrators who supervise student employees.
This training is open to new and returning supervisors of on-campus student employees.
Topics include: explanations of employment paperwork; OPERS; student employment policies; hiring international students; available resources for supervisors; and Federal Work-Study.
Open to all Wright State University students.
The virtual fair is designed to connect on-campus employers with students who are available and eligible to work during upcoming academic year.
Offered as an Internet-based, electronic service.
For more information, review the event website.