Supervising and Developing On-Campus Student Employees (7/26)

An organization’s greatest assets are the people who produce the products or services. Employee engagement in work activities is a critical factor in organizational success.

For student employees, methods of engagement need to begin early in the learning process, and their supervisors can play a valuable role, not only in helping students learn about appropriate workplace behavior, but also helping them learn about themselves and their future career development. In this workshop, you will learn about generational differences and similarities, obtain knowledge on how to coach student employees, begin to assess strengths of student employees and align them with work tasks, assess critical workplace protocols and evaluate methods to implement student learning and develop a framework for creating a student employee training program based upon “best practices.” Note that there will be an hour break for lunch.

The workshop will be Tuesday, July 26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., in the University Center, Room 301.

Register by Monday, July 18, at

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