Student Employee Recognition
National Student Employment Week
National Student Employment Association (NSEA) has declared that the second week of April each year be set aside to celebrate National Student Employment Week. This year, National Student Employment week is April 8-12, 2013.
Washington College recognizes the value of student employees and the important role in student development that working provides.
Our student employees are a vital resource providing a work force supportive of Washington College’s function and mission. Their efforts go far beyond assisting with day to day administrative duties. They also make significant contributions in terms of energy, creativity and enthusiasm.
Please take advantage of this opportunity to recognize the outstanding student employees at Washington College. They are indeed essential to our success. At the same time, thank yourselves for providing the guidance and supervision that assists them in obtaining the skill set they will need to compete in the job market after graduation.
Student Employee of the Year
As part of National Student Employment week Washington College Student Employment Advisory Group recognizes the outstanding work of student employees through the Student Employee of the Year program. Supervisors are encouraged to nominate exemplary student employees for the Student Employee of the Year award. All nominees, finalists and winners are recognized at the annual Student Employee of the Year Celebration.
- Student nominated may either be a Federal Work-Study student, or employed under as a general student employee.
- Student must have been employed by your department for a minimum of two semesters.
- Students must be nominated by their supervisor.
- Nominee must be in good academic standing, with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.
Supervisors may only nominate one student. Also, please limit nominations to one per department (defined by four digit code).
- We welcome supporting materials such as performance evaluations, samples of work, resumes, etc.
- Nominations will be judged on presentation and accuracy as well as on content. Please check spelling and make sure all sections are complete.
- Please make copies of all nomination materials.
- Applications that will stand out will include solid evidence to back up the superlatives they contain.