Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators

 

NEASEA SUMMIT ON MASSACHUSETTS SICK TIME LEGISLATION

The Boston University Student Employment Office and the Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators (NEASEA) will be co-sponsoring a Summit meeting on Thursday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., to discuss the Massachusetts Sick Time legislation which goes into effect on July 1, 2015.  This law was enacted through Ballot Question 4 which was passed during the November 2014 elections. 

 As the law is currently written, student employees will be eligible to begin accruing and using sick hours effective July 1, 2015.

 The purpose of this Summit is to gather student employment professionals from around Massachusetts to inform them about the law and its’ impact, and to discuss how colleges and universities are approaching the implementation of this law on their campuses.  The discussion will also include suggestions on how to handle Work-Study employment both on and off campus. 

 The cost of attending the meeting will be $50 per attendee for NEASEA member institutions, and $75 per attendee for non-NEASEA member institutions.  The cost will include continental breakfast and lunch.  Checks should be made payable to NEASEA and sent to Carol Gately, Student Payroll Manager, Boston University Student Employment Office, 881 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd floor, Boston, MA  02215.  Please RSVP to cgately@bu.edu by May 27, 2015 and indicate if you will need parking. 

 The Summit will be held at the Boston University Center for Career Development, 100 Bay State Road, Sixth Floor, Boston, MA.  For directions, check out the link below: http://www.bu.edu/maps/?search=career%20development&open_id=98&bus_schedule=weekday

 

 

 
NEASEA’S 38TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
MONTREAL CANADA
CROSSING BORDERS - BROADENING HORIZONS
JULY 15 – 17TH @ THE OMNI MONT-ROYAL HOTEL
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Robert A. Bianchi, Esq.
The Bianchi Law Group, LLC, and former Morris County Prosecutor
“The Grateful Way to a Better Life, Career and Relationships”

 

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The 2015 NEASEA Conference Committee is pleased to announce this year’s

Keynote Speaker, Robert A. Bianchi, Esq.

Robert Bianchi served as the Morris County Prosecutor from June 2007 to February 2013. As chief law enforcement officer of Morris County he had supervisory responsibility over every police department and municipal prosecutor and managed more than 170 attorneys and staff and a budget of more than $11 million. This experience as a head County Prosecutor is invaluable to our clients. Bob’s profile throughout the state, his network of contacts he has built and maintains and his experience unique in its breath has long positioned him as a highly regarded and exceptional litigation attorney.

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SAVE THE DATE!

NEASEA'S 38TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

JULY 15th - 17th

MONTREAL, CANADA

HOTEL OMNI MONT-ROYAL

 HOTEL REGISTRATION

 $159 CAN/NIGHT

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

EARLY BIRD MEMBER PRICE $395

NON-MEMBER PRICE $500

SEE TRAINING REGISTRATION

(information about SEE Training)

July 13 & 14, 2015

$164/track  $328 full course

VENDOR/SPONSOR EVENT REGISTRATION

 

 

It's official.....NEASEA will hold its first international conference in Montreal, Canada!  The Executive Board is thrilled in being able to offer this exclusive opportunity to you, our valued NEASEA members. Montreal is a unique cosmopolitan city with a definite "French" vibe. You'll feel as if you are in Europe without crossing the Atlantic.  And with so many things to see and do, and with the current favorable currency exchange rate, the city also lends itself to being a fascinating and affordable vacation destination.

 

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Optional Walking Tours Before and After Conference
This is your opportunity to learn about Montreal

Old Montreal and International Neighborhood Walking Tour (3 hours)

$35 pp USD

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE TOUR

 

Planning to arrive in Montreal a day or two early or staying on after the conference ends?  Then this walking tour may be of interest to you.  Affordable quality tour, leaving right from your hotel and led by one of Montreal’s foremost tour guides, this tour will offer you a flavor of what Montreal is all about.  The tour will be offered twice; Tuesday, July 14th, 2:00 PM and again on Friday, July 17th, at 1:00 PM         

Old Montreal and International Neighborhood Walking Tour

Depart the hotel on foot to explore the International neighborhood known for design, art and its modern innovative side in front of your hotel. Ruby Roy, your tour guide, will then lead you and show you a tiny portion of Montreal's unique Weather Proof City known as the RESO or the underground city. Learn why it is unique and one of a kind. Why was it really built, and how it was built? The next stop is Montreal's historical and most beloved part of the city, where Montreal first got its start.  Old Montreal, Founded in 1642, is a neighborhood with thousands of Montreal's living there and is known for its historical buildings and unusual architecture and characters. The area is used often for film shoots from around the world.  Buildings dating back to the 1660's until the 1900's make it the only city in Canada with all its original architecture. You will also find local Montreal boutiques, restaurants, specialty shops and bistros with something for everyone.  Ruby will tell you great anecdotes, stories that shaped Old Montreal and Montreal. A stop inside the Notre Dame Basilicas is a must!!! This is not to be missed, known as the Jewel of Montreal. Notre Dame has absolutely nothing to do with the one in Paris, as often thought.  This is a leisurely walking tour, with stops to sit and take photographs.  At the end of the tour, Ruby will suggest unique lunch or dinner spots, give suggestions of places to continue your discovery of Montreal, according to your time and interests. 
Price:   $35 USD pp – Includes services of English speaking tour guide for 3 hours, metro pass and entrance ticket to the Basilica.  Only credit card payments will be accepted.  Last day to register for the walking tours is June 24th

 

DOES NOT INCLUDE GRATUITY

 
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