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Celebrating Student Employees: an idea-generating event for SUPERvisors!

Contributed by Michele Lenhart on 04/02/21 

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The Experiential Learning Alliance Student Employment Enhancement (SEE) Committee invites faculty and staff who work with student employees to our eleventh program, "SUPERvision: Celebrating Student Employees!" happening on Friday, April 9, from 11:00am - 12:00pm via this Zoom link.

 

Student employees perform invaluable services with enthusiasm, dedication, and initiative. Student Employee Appreciation Week will be April 12-16, and this meeting is the perfect opportunity for supervisors to gather and learn/share creative ideas to show your appreciation. Join us for a brief presentation and meaningful discussion!

 

 

The Experiential Learning Alliance (ELA) brings together over 50 members across campus who are motivated to positively impact students’ experiential learning by creating intentional student development components, enhancing collaborative efforts and facilitating integrated experiences. The Student Employment Enhancement (SEE) sub-committee is focused on providing training, resources and support for supervisors of student employees. 

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Jess Shapiro at jshapiro2@ithaca.edu

 

 

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