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As a campus supervisor...

As a campus supervisor...

...you have an opportunity to impact students’ career and academic success by adding quality and meaning to the student employment experience. Campus employment is often one of the first professional experiences for many students. Your mentorship empowers them to make important and valued…


As a campus supervisor...

As a campus supervisor...

...you have an opportunity to impact students’ career and academic success by adding quality and meaning to the student employment experience. Campus employment is often one of the first professional experiences for many students. Your mentorship empowers them to make important and valued…


As a campus supervisor...

As a campus supervisor...

...you have an opportunity to impact students’ career and academic success by adding quality and meaning to the student employment experience. Campus employment is often one of the first professional experiences for many students. Your mentorship empowers them to make important and valued…

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Shout out in celebration of Student Employment Month!

April Tip for Campus Supervisors:

Spring is a bustling season on campus. Pause for a moment to recognize student staff members. Here's one quick way to make an impact: send a Twitter shout out (140 characters or less) to celebrate your student staff on CEStweets and the CES Facebook page. E-mail your tweet to ces@pugetsound.edu with the subject line “Shout Out”. You can even attach a photo to be posted with your message!

Sample Tweet: HR loves our student staff *stars*, Emily and Brianne! Thanks for all your hard work this year as important members of our team! (128 characters/spaces)

Student Conversations

March Tip for Campus Supervisors:

To help guide your staffing decisions for the fall, have conversations with your student staff members about their progress and future goals. These conversations are also an opportunity for students to connect their on-campus employment experiences to their long-term career goals by encouraging self-assessment and reflection. Check out these sample conversation starters and supervisor resources to get started!

Productive Downtime

February Tip for Campus Supervisors:

On-campus employment is the perfect place to practice professional self-management. As a student, even I once believed the myth that “work-study” meant that I got paid to study at work. When students appear to have “nothing to do”, take a moment to train them on how to do one or two additional tasks, invite them to shadow you in a meeting, or assist with a department project. Learning how to use down time productively is a professional skill that will last a lifetime.

A new semester is a fresh start.

January Tip for Campus Supervisors:

Refocus student staff members with a quick review of goals and departmental expectations for the upcoming semester. Let student staff members know what the priorities are for the next five months to encourage their contributions and connection to the work.

Successful supervision is no accident.

December Tip for Campus Supervisors:

Take a moment to congratulate yourself for your student staff members’ accomplishments this semester. Before they leave for winter break, consider meeting with each student one-on-one or as a team to talk about their accomplishments and to set goals for next semester. A quick chat now can set the stage for a strong start on January 18!