Are you new to student employment? Have there been a lot of changes since you first started? If so, then Student Employment Essentials [SEE] is for you! This training program, sponsored by the National Student Employment Association [NSEA], is coordinated by MASEA to offer additional services for you with valuable topics.

Upcoming SEE Training Dates

NSEA Annual Conference
October 25 26, 2017
Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel
Virginia Beach, VA
November 30 - December 1, 2017
New York University
133 East 13th Street
New York, New York 10003

What is SEE Training?

Two 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.

Expert trainers will provide you with well-researched, practical information you can apply immediately. The value is unbeatable, registration may be as low as $189 (depending on location), and you'll get a wide range of the most important student employment information, access to an expert, lunch, the opportunity to share information with colleagues, a training manual, and a Certificate of Completion.

Training sessions are offered in each of NSEA's four regional organizations- Western, Midwest, Northeast, and Southern - throughout the year.

Track A:  Legal Issues in Student Employment
  • Employment Regulations
  • Developing Training Programs
  • Employing International Students
  • I-9's and W-4's
  • Interviewing & Selection
  Track B:  Job Development & FWS in Student Employment
  • 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

Participants will gain enhanced knowledge, skills and abilities that will help them with their personal and professional goals in addition to the following:

Track A:

  • Important legal information that could save the participant's university millions of dollars in litigation.
  • Review of Fair Labor Standards Act, IRS rules, FERPA and ADA compliance.
  • Regulations concerning employing international students.
  • Crucial information on interviewing students for jobs.
  • Methods of training supervisors.

Track B: 

  • Department of Education guidelines for Federal Work Study.
  • Help in setting up a FWS Community Service Program, developing jobs and maintaining employer relations.
  • Steps for reporting the FWS Community Service requirement, calculating earnings and using program models from other schools.
  • Tools for setting up, promoting, reporting and maintaining a successful Job Location and Development Program.
  • Marketing techniques to bring in more jobs and more students.
  • Tips on involving faculty in student employment programs.

Who should attend?

  • Student Employment administrators
  • Financial Aid advisors
  • Human Resource coordinators
  • Career counselors
  • Student Affairs professionals
  • Business and agency representatives
  • Anyone interested in student employment

Meet Your Trainers

Dawn Chong

Barbara L Cloutier

Lynn M Hoehn

Gloria D Jenkins

Valerie J Knopp

Paula McLain

Shannon O'Brien

Pamela Payne

David Reseigh

Eric Wordlow

Questions about SEE Training?

If you have questions, please contact:

Candace Washington, Vice President for Professional Development
Assistant Director
Ohio State University, The
281 West Lane Ave.
4th Floor
Columbus, OH 43210-1132
Phone: (614) 292-0277

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