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This is an activity for students and supervisors to discuss career competencies that the job requires and that they want to develop for future goals, using a reflect, plan and dream model.
Have Campus Employment questions that were not answered in our online Resource Center? Visit the link below to learn who to contact with your questions.
Interested in learning more about what benefits you are eligible for as a student employee? The link below will take you to our resource about benefits to answer you questions!
Looking for information about your retirement plan as a student employee? Check out the Retirement Plan Brochure for TIAA-CERF below.
Workers’ Compensation is an exclusive remedy for workplace injuries or illnesses. It provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course and scope of employment. Visit the CSU Worker’s Compensation site below to learn more.
Congratulations on being hired at CSU! To learn about the hiring process, documentation you will need to provide, etc. check out the resource below!
How do I find my W-2 or pay stubs? How do I clock-in and out? Check out the document below for answers to common questions from students after they have been hired through a University employer.
Looking for work on campus and want to learn about the different types of positions you are eligible for? Or maybe you want to learn the difference between student hourly, work-study, and community job listings. Our resource will help you understand what these types of jobs mean.
Campus employment is posted on Handshake. Check out the video below to learn how to navigate Handshake and find student hourly and work study positions. Have you been awarded work-study? Not sure what that means? Check out the Work-Study FAQ to answer your work-study questions, from what is work study to do I have use […]
Visit our Know Your Rights resources to learn more about your rights as a student employee, how to identify and report job scams, and understand your role as a responsible employee.
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