Introducing the Supervising Students Mini Conference!
Join supervisors of student-employees from across campus and our community in this thought-provoking mini-conference which will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas while engaging in a variety of topics on best practices related to supervising student-employees. The mini-conference consists of several sessions occurring November 9th, 2021. You are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions provided as part of the series. All sessions will take place in a virtual setting (Zoom) and will be one hour in length.
- Participate in discussion to share our perspectives and hear the perspectives of other supervisors.
- Feel confident about helping students learn in the workplace through WiGROW conversations.
- Meet other supervisors and learn about what they do that works to support students.
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Leveraging Campus Resources to Support Your Students
Come together with fellow supervisors to discuss how to support and advocate for your students. Take a tour of campus resources available to support students including Success Coaching through the Office of Student Financial Aid’s Success Services!
When: Tuesday, November 9th 9-10am (CST)
Being a Student Mentor
Being a student’s supervisor and mentor is no easy task. It is a process that takes time, trust, and a high level of support to develop. However, mentoring relationships are crucial to student success; enhancing a student’s sense of belonging in the workplace. Please join other individuals who supervise students as we discuss challenges, successes, and ideas for being a positive student mentor.
When: Tuesday, November 9th 11-12pm (CST)
A Roundtable Discussion: Student Wellbeing at Work
Connect with other supervisors of student employees to explore how we can support students who are stressed out. We invite you to bring your own ideas and questions. Topics will include how to support students and still get the job done as well as the stress management skills you teach students each day.
When: Tuesday, November 9th 1-2pm (CST)
No recording available due to being in and out of breakout spaces.
What Working on Campus Means for Me
Join us as we ask a panel of student employees what working on campus means for them. Learn directly from students about why they chose to work on campus, what challenges they face, and how on-campus work benefits them.
When: Tuesday, November 9th 2:30-3:30pm (CST)
No recording available.