SED Toolkit

Resources for career staff to elevate the student employee experience

Onboarding new employees is a multifaceted process. Onboarding is not only a time to train someone on the day-to-day of their role but is the first opportunity to share the values and culture of your organization with new staff.

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Staff Development is an opportunity to focus on training student employees in your staff area.  This includes providing feedback, implementing intentional and structured training processes, and empowering student employees to think critically on the job.

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Through the lens of CSU’s Career Competencies, Career Development is an opportunity to empower student employees to discover the transferable career skills behind their campus employment.


Interested in learning more about how to integrate Career Competencies tools into your student staff area?  Register for a “Speaking the Language of Career Competencies” ELEVATE 301 training.  The training teaches supervisors to navigate the Career Center’s Student Employee Development Toolkit which provides career competency-based tools for student employees. These tools can be tailored to the needs of your staff area. 

 

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Student employee development lives on a two-way street.  Supervisor Development is an opportunity to challenge supervisors to self-reflect on their professional growth and leadership style.

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A meaningful student employee experience celebrates when students leave to pursue further career development opportunities.  Offboarding  is an opportunity to “tie a bow” on a student’s campus employment.

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