Student Employment Summer Summit

Join Us for the Inaugural Student Employment Summer Summit!

Connect with fellow student employment colleagues from surrounding Wisconsin and Illinois Colleges and Universities for an opportunity to engage and discuss important and hot topics surrounding student employment.

The summit will also give you the chance to meet new faces in the field as well as reconnect with familiar ones.

So come check out this free one day fun filled event!




  • Check-in


  • Keynote Speaker/Lunch


  • Breakout Session #1


  • Breakout Session #2


  • Breakout Session #3

Dr. Marianna Savoca, Assistant Vice President for Career Development and Experiential Education, is the Director of Career Services at Stony Brook University, the flagship research campus of the State University of New York (SUNY) where she oversees a centralized comprehensive career service, as well as campus student employment. Dr. Savoca is also an adjunct faculty member in the Higher Education Administration program at Stony Brook as well as co-author of A Good Job: Campus Employment as a High-Impact Practice.

Call for Breakout Session/Roundtable Presenters

Presenters are essential to the professional development of student employment professionals at every level. We are calling for presenters who want to share their knowledge, share a best practice, or plan a roundtable discussion to engage different perspectives and information in regards to student employment topics.

The deadline to submit a presentation proposal for consideration is Friday, May 31, 2019.

Please see below for some topic ideas:

  • FWS Program Development
  • Professional Development Programs
  • Addressing Mental Health in Student Employment
  • How to Train Student Supervisors
  • Going Paperless
  • JLD Processes
  • Building an HRIS System for Student Employment

Please send any questions to Kristina Rittel


There is no cost to attend the Student Employment Summer Summit and lunch will also be provided at no additional charge. Registration is now closed.