Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators




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Putting Your Cards on the Table

2014 NEASEA 37th Annual Conference


  The 2014 Annual NEASEA Conference is being held at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut.   This is the first time that Connecticut has been the conference host and everyone in attendance is extremely excited!  The Grand Pequot Towers is housing the participants in large spacious rooms and the 10th Floor of the Towers has been reserved for the  conference itself. The activities kicked off with SEE Training July 14-15 followed by the President's Welcome BBQ.  It will end  with a special 1/2 day intensive training program on the morning of the 18th. The session is part of ASSET Training, a series of short intensive programs developed by Carol Gately and Heather Dunn.  Carol will be presenting "Creating a Training Program". 

The weather has not been accommodating. A fog bank rolled in on Monday and as of Wednesday it is still here. The President's Welcome BBQ was moved from the Terrace to the Premier Ballroom.  The western BBQ theme was evident in the red checked tablecloths and sumptuous western fare: spare ribs, pulled pork, braised short ribs, corn on the co, chili and cornbread, several salads and a full array of desserts. 

Today the conference begins with Keynote speaker Norm Bossio and then the conference begins in earnest. Title IX,  celebrating Student Employment week and hiring internationals. At lunch we will have the Silent Auctions and a presentation from Reliance House. 

Look back each day for another chapter on the Conference. 


Nominations for 2015 Executive Board and State Representatives


Please take the time to nominate your fellow NEASEA members for the 2015 Slate. If you are interested in learning more about the duties of a position, please refer to the 2014 Policy Manual under Governing Documents. The slate will be presented at the Annual Conference.

Nominations for 2015

Reliance House, Inc. is the 2014 community agency being honored by NEASEA at the annual conference at Foxwoods Resort and Casino.  We ask the conference attendees to support the Wish List of the agency and this year we were told that they need sheets.  Twin sheets, full sheets, money for sheets, gift cards for sheets so..... let's make "SHEETS HAPPEN".   How high a pile of SHEETS can we make happen? Three feet? Four Feet? How about ten feet? Let's see if we can put together enough sets of SHEETS - or the money for SHEETS to build a ten foot pile of SHEETS.
Not going to the conference but you want to help make "SHEETS HAPPEN"? You can send your contributions to the Vice President for Finance. Don't miss out on the fun. 
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