Share your unique experiences, perspectives, and feelings around various Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) topics!
Appreciate your uniqueness, the uniqueness of your colleagues, as well as the breadth of experiences that comprise our identity.
Understand diversity's iceberg metaphor, highlighting the importance of safely lowering the “waterline,” which teaches us more about each other than what meets the eye!
The week of April 9th is National Student Employment Week!
The Student Employment Office recently hosted a Diversity Training seminar to provide supervisors with a refresher on working with people who have ideas, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that are different from their own.
The Student Employment Office invites supervisors to attend an informal Welcome Breakfast in Siegel Hall on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, from 9-10:30 a.m.
The Transferable Skills workshop will teach students skills and abilities which can be applied to a wide range of different jobs and industries.
The Student Employment Office is celebrating National Student Employment week with games, contests, and workshops. We will be taking nominations for hard working student employees and supervisors to be recognized in the community.
Students working on campus are invited to have breakfast with the Student Employment Office for a Harassment Prevention Awareness session. Learn how to recognize and prevent harassment and how and when to report it.
Student Employment Office invites student employees to attend the Student Onboarding Workshop. Attend this workshop to get answers to frequently asked questions about working on campus.