Presentation Request

If you are interested in having a representative from Career, Leadership & Transfer Pathways present to your class on a variety of career related topics, please email to request a date.  We would love the opportunity to present in your class!

Student Employment Program Supervisor Information

Expectations of a Student Employment Supervisor:


A primary goal of the Student Employment Program is for student employees to further develop their career readiness competencies. The student employee experience relies heavily on a supervisor’s ability to provide experiences that are meaningful and contribute to a student employee’s skill and career pathway development. Mentorship, through consistent feedback and evaluation, promotes a student’s ability to become aware of competency challenges and creates a foundation for students to collaboratively develop improvement strategies.

Training and Evaluation 

Supervisors must provide paid training to all newly hired student employees. Students should receive training documents and resources that outline procedures and expectations of the position.

Supervisors must also have all newly hired student employees complete the Career, Leadership and Transfer Pathways Student Employment Pre-Assessment Survey during their first shift. Weekly meetings are encouraged to provide feedback and to collaboratively develop improvement action plans.

Supervisors must also have student employees complete the Student Employment Post-Assessment Survey during the last scheduled shift. Completion of a Student Employment Performance Evaluation is also encouraged during a student employee’s exit interview.

Position Posting

All student employment opportunities must be posted on the Handshake platform. “Hidden jobs” hinder equity and inclusion of opportunity and undermines Career, Leadership and Transfer Pathways’ goal of mirroring the process of searching, applying, interviewing, and securing employment.

All positions should have a clear job description with clear expectations of the role and the responsibilities therein.

Please refer to the resources below for creating and posting student employment positions.

Creating a Handshake Profile

Handshake Posting Guide

Resource: “How to Write a Clear and Effective Job Description for Students in 2021”

Student Employment Job Posting Example: Career Peer Mentor

For more information please contact, Career, Leadership and Transfer Pathways office at and/or visit the Student Employment Program Canvas.

Student Worker Supervisor ManualImportant!  Please read this manual to understand the Student Worker Program and see examples of the required forms.

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