Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators
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You must become an OMNI Select Member before the conference
to have free WIFI in your room
Registration Cost:
NSEA or NEASEA Member Registration submitted by September 23, 2016 $415
NSEA or NEASEA Member Registration submitted after September 23, 2016 $465
Non-Member Registration submitted by September 23, 2016 $565
Non-Member Registration submitted after September 23, 2016 $615
One Day Registration for NSEA or NEASEA Member (October 12 or 13, 2016) $260
One Day Registration Non-Member (October 12 or 13, 2016) $285
SEE Training Track A Registration $189
SEE Training Track B Registration $189
Student Employment Tutorial (SET) Training Registration for NSEA/NEASEA Members $ 59
Student Employment Tutorial (SET) Training Registration for Non-Members $ 69
 

AND THE SURVEY SAYS....

A recent survey asked if schools had multiple or single pay rates for student positions. At a time when many states are raising their minimum wage to $10 or more and keying future pay rates to the cost of living increase, this is a topic that many schools will be discussing. Of the 75 schools responding,  8% have a single rate for all student employment positions.  A number of schools indicated that they are looking at the single pay rate.  One reason for maintaining multiple pay rates is the complexity of the job and the level of responsibility given to the student.  

 

For a full list of responses please follow this Link.

 
Summer 2016 Massachusetts
State Meeting
When: Thursday August 18, 2016  11:AM
Where: Joe's American Bar and Grille, Framingham, MA
Cost: Members $30  Non-Members  $40
Agenda
Sick Time - 1 Year in the Books
ACA
Restricting Hours for Student Employees
NEASEA Updates
Conference 2016 - Pittsburgh, PA
Contact: Jenny Heller (heller_jennifer@wheatoncollege.edu) or Carol Gately (cgately@bu.edu)
Payment by Credit Card or prior to Meeting. 
Cash and Checks accepted day of meeting.
 
 

GAME ON !  MASTERING THE STUDENT EMPLOYMENT PLAYBOOK

Did you hear that whistle? We want to add you to the playing field to present at this year’s NSEA Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, October 12-14, 2016!
 
Reasons to present at the NSEA conference:
 

  • Build up your networking skills: Others at the conference will automatically know you in some capacity, making it easier to network
  • Get useful feedback from colleagues: What better way to find something out than to ask!
  • Enhance your conference experience: Presenting makes you an active participant in your own experience and changes how you interact with others there

 

Program Proposal Form can be found online at http://goo.gl/forms/IeepOQyWF0F3gMaB2

 

Completed Program Proposals are due by Friday, July 29, 2016.

  

For more information on the 2016 “Game On” Conference, visit NSEA conference web page.  

 

 
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