NEASEA  - NJ State Spring Meeting

Thursday, June 7, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE NJ STATE MEETING
 
2018 NEASEA Conference
SEE Training: July 23-24, 2018

Conference: July 25-27, 2018

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Niagara Falls, New York

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2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAM PROPOSAL

Enhance your resume, share your knowledge, step up and be a leader!

Deadline for submittal - June 15, 2018. 

CONFERENCE AND SEE TRAINING REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SEE TRAINING ONLY

Hotel Reservation

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716-524-3344

The discount code is NSE

ROBERT PETER with INSIGHT2IMPROVEMENTS

GUEST SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY PROGRAM AT
2018 NEASEA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
SOAKING IT ALL IN

What’s Your Behavioral Style?  Putting it to Work to Improve Communication and Results

The DISC behavior and communication style model has been around for hundreds of years.  Why, it works.  It is a simple and practical model and tool that identifies behavioral styles.  If you have ever said “I didn’t mean it that way.”  It is probably DISC at work.  We all have our unique DISC filters that contribute to our outbound and inbound communication tendencies.  In preparation for this session, you will complete an online DISC behavior/communication style inventory and receive your personal feedback report.  Your report will identify your style, communication tendencies and natural strengths.  We will use the report information as a basis for understanding our own styles, recognizing others’ styles and being able to adapt to improve results.  This highly interactive session will include fun videos, peer-coaching and small group activities as well as the creation of your own quick-hit communication action plan to put to work back on the job or at home.

Make your plans now to attend this special program on the Friday following the annual conference.  The cost is $59.  A better bargain will not be found anywhere!

 

 Join your colleagues for a 2-day SEE Training Experience!

 

July 23rd & July 24th, 2018

See conference information above if you wish to register for both SEE training and the NEASEA annual conference

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SEE TRAINING ONLY

Registration Deadline:   6/15/2018

 

 Double-Tree Hilton
401 Buffalo Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY
 
Day 1 – Track A   (9:00am-5:00pm)
Day 2  – Track B   (9:00am-5:00pm)
 
(Participants must be on time and remain until the end to receive certification of training completion)
 NEASEA Conference immediately follows:  July 25th–July 27th

 

What is SEE Training?  What will be covered?  What will I learn?

SEE Training consists of a two-day, professional seminars that will teach you the skills critical to the success of every student employment professional as well as to your university's student employment program.  These "hands-on" workshops immerse participants in all aspects of running a successful student employment office and provide a framework for you to sharpen existing skills and acquire new ones.

Expert trainers will provide you with well-researched, practical information you can apply immediately. The value is unbeatable. You will receive a wide range of the most important student employment information, access to an expert, opportunities to share information and learn best practices with colleagues, lunch, a training manual for each track, and a Certificate of Completion.

Who would benefit from SEE Training?

Anyone who has questions about how to manage any part of student employment at an institution - and that means YOU! 
Financial Aid /  Career Services / Human Resources /  Payroll / Student Affairs / Business and Agency Representatives / Any professionals interested in student employment issues
 

Who conducts the SEE Training? 

Highly trained student employment professionals who have been educated and certified as facilitators by the National Student Employment Association's national trainers.

What topics are covered?

     Track A - Legal Issues in Student Employment

  • Employment Regulations
  • Developing Training Programs
  • Employing International Students
  • I-9s and W-4's
  • Interviewing and Selection
  • FERPA

      Track B – FWS and Job Development in Student Employment 

  • Federal Work Study (FWS) - Program Management and Administration
  • FWS - Student Eligibility
  • FWS - Job Location and Development (JLD) Administration
  • Marketing Your Student Employment Program
  • FWS - Allowable Employment
  • FWS - Off-Campus Programs
  • FWS - Community Service.

Participants will gain enhanced knowledge, skills and abilities that will help them with their personal and professional goals.  Demonstrate to your administration that you remain up-to-date on all aspects of employing students on your campus.  

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SEE Training Information:

Fees:          $189.00 (Track A) & $189.00 (Track B)
Meals:        SEE Training fee includes lunch

 (Registration Deadline:   6/15/2018)

NOTE:  After you have submitted your SEE Training registration with NEASEA, please do not make your flight, Amtrak or bus reservations until you receive written confirmation of the SEE Training.  SEE Trainings will run only with a minimum of 10 registrants. 

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QUESTIONS? 
Manching Tom
NEASEA – VP of Professional Development
914-323-5484      Manching.Tom@mville.edu
Congratulations to our regional Student Employee of the Year Nicole Clark and Graduate Student Employee of the Year, Ingy Ghobashy. The field this year was large and talented.  The Executive Board would like to thank Candice Garabedian for chairing the selection and all of the nominators and readers for sharing their time. This is the 40th anniversary of the SEOTY program.  We have much of which to be proud.  We could continue to recognize our student employees without the services of the student employment administretors in NEASEA.  
THANK YOU!THANK YOU!THANK YOU!

 SEOTY Winners 

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Graduate Student Employee of the Year - Ingy Ghobashy, Stony Brook University 

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Regional Student Employee of the Year- Nicole Clark, Southern New Hampshire University

 

Nominees from across the region: 
CT- Joel Vanner, Quinnipiac University
DC-Thomas Magnan, George Washington University
MA-Kerri Gardner, Brandeis University
MD- Taylor Veracka, Johns Hopkins University
ME- Sarah Vaillancourt, University of Maine-Orono
NJ- John Bostic, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
NY-Caitlyn Bucco, Stony Brook University
PA-DAndre (Drey) Battle, Dickinson College
RI- Madeline Key, Salve Regina University
VT-Brent Fagersten, Champlain College

 

A huge shout out to our readers and members who coordinated their school's nomination process. It is very important to continue recognizing our student employees for all of the great work that they do.

NEASEA SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR 2018
All of the nomination letters that we received were excellent, but ultimately, the nomination letter for
Heidi Fremanis-Cordts, from Boston University was selected as the 2018 NEASEA Supervisor of the Year. 

 

We congratulate Heidi and all of the Regional Nominees, for the talent and commitment they provide to their employees and to their institutions.  NEASEA thanks the nominees for their hard-work and dedication as a supervisor and mentor.  Supervisors are the backbone of an effective student employment program and their contributions help to make the student employment programs on campuses throughout our region a success. 

 

Please join me in congratulating this year’s nominees and the 2018 NEASEA Region Supervisor of the Year:

alt2018 NEASEA Supervisor of the Year- Heidi Fremanis-Cordts, from Boston University

 

Nominee List for 2018
  • Keely Arbenz-Smith from The George Washington University
  • Richard Corey from the University of Maine Orono
  • Bethany Dickerson from Monmouth University
  • Kimberly Joy Dixon from Stony Brook University
  • Heidi Fremanis-Cordts from Boston University
  • Jessica Malcolm from Barnard College
  • Amy Marple from the University of Rochester
  • Aida Neary from Salve Regina University
  • Jason Nedrow from Dickinson College
  • Peggy Policastro from Rutgers University
  • Nicole Radassao from Marist College

 


The Supervisor of the Year program begins at an institutional level and progresses to the Regional level.  This award was established to recognize the integral part that the supervisor plays in the education of a student employee.  Supervisors act as mentors and provide education to their students that they cannot gain through the classroom.  Students at colleges and universities across the region were asked to nominate supervisors who they feel are especially worthy of recognition. 

 

Each nominee was carefully reviewed by a committee of peers.  I would like to thank the volunteer readers that reviewed the Supervisor of the Year nomination letters.  Your time and efforts are appreciated:

 

  • Peg Clancey, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Colleen Courtney, Boston University
  • Jennifer Grunden, Delaware Technical Community College
  • Priscilla Louie, Boston University
  • Tanya Patterson-Stanley, New York Institute of Technology
  • Mary Young, Southern New Hampshire University

 

Nomination letters were reviewed based on the ability of the supervisor to:  integrate the student employee as a member of their staff, to provide guidance and mentoring, to encourage initiative, and to align with the mission of college and/or the department.