2020 NSEA|NEASEA Virtual Conference

October 14th-15th, 2020

Registration is now open for the 2020 Virtual NSEA|NEASEA Conference. The webinars are free and open to any NSEA or NEASEA member, but due to Zoom capacities, registration is required. Also, since many members are experiencing intense work commitments right now and the difference in time zones, you will notice a condensed program schedule. We hope to all be together again next year in person and look forward to seeing you at the virtual conference this year!

Visit the NSEA Website Here to Register


Coronavirus Updates

Most recent updates: 

9/14/2020: ICE announces another extension to I-9 compliance flexibility

 

Please see the calendar for the latest member meeting schedule.

Please see our Resources page for updates and links to various resources.

 


Student Employee and Graduate Student Employee of the Year

April 12 - 19, 2020:
National Student Employment Week observed.
National SEOTY winner announced and runner-up finalists notified.
National SEOTY award is presented at winner's campus.

 

 2020 SEOTY Winners 
Graduate Student Employee of the Year -

Jordan Ratzlaff, University of Rochester

Regional Student Employee of the Year
Dylan Dobbin, Quinnipiac University

 

State Winners: 

Washington, DC- Jacob Tracey, American University

Massachusetts- Katie Kelso, Mount Holyoke College

Maryland-Nathanael Camick, Johns Hopkins University

Maine-Kimberly Stoddard, UMaine Orono

New Hampshire- John Miller, Southern New Hampshire University

New Jersey- Jessica Corujo, Drew University

New York-Jason Haley, Marist College

Pennsylvania- Rebecca Lauver, Messiah College

Vermont- Erika Brown, Champlain College

Supervisor of the Year

 NEASEA SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR 2020

Kimberly Anne Murray, Boston University
We congratulate Kimberly 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.