Student Leadership in the Workplace
It’s more than just a paycheck!
The Student Leadership in the Workplace’s goal is to focus on your employment as a leadership development opportunity.
Student Leadership in the Workplace is designed for student employees (both on and off campus) to learn how to value their position as more than just a paycheck. There are significant and beneficial transferrable skills that all student employees gain from whatever their employment experience is. We are here to help students appropriately frame their employment experience and maximize their potential so students can get the most out of their job!
Let us help you learn how your job is more than just a paycheck!
Let us support you through a number of ways including:
• Professional Development Certification Program
• On the Job Leadership Coaching Sessions
• National Student Employment Week
• Break with a Boss Lunch Program
• Student Employee/Supervisor of the Year Award
• Trainings and Consultations
Benefits of Getting Involved:
• Learn how to connect employment experience to long term goals (internships/career/major/etc.)
• Build better supervisor/supervisee relationships
• Identify and hone in on transferrable and “job keeping” skills
• Learn about several resources and opportunities on campus.
News & Events:
Get a head start for the fall and register for the Professional Development Certification Program! Check out the link for more information.
Carolina Welcome: Job Seeking and Keeping
Monday, August 19th 1:00-1:30pm Russell House 315
Wednesday, August 21st 1:00-1:30pm Russell House 315
This workshop is packaged for students who are searching for a part time job on or off campus. The workshop includes helpful information and tips to turn the part time job search into an intentional and meaningful experience while tying in resources on campus, looking at a person’s strength and weaknesses, and long term goals. Job Seeking and Keeping also provides information on important steps to take once a job is secured so a student could maximize their potential within the context of their employment.