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  • Checklist of how to plan the program
  • List of possible co-sponsors
  • Flyer to use for print or as an email attachment
  • Save the Date announcement to use for print or as an email attachment
  • Photo of Tracy Knofla
  • Certificate of completion
  • Program evaluation sheet available to print

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Lets be real, your campus needs student employees much more than they need you! Student employees perform tasks that your campus may not otherwise be able to afford, often at shifts no one else wants to work. Student jobs are a recruitment tool, and a vital component of your financial aid package.

  • Student employees have much to offer, if given the choice.
  • Are you making the most of this important part of your workforce? Or do your students see their positions as little more than paid study time?
  • Help your supervisors appreciate all that students bring to the workplace and teach them to coach superior performance from student workers.

Bring Tracy Knofla’s Effective Supervision of Student Employees seminar to your campus. This three-hour seminar will teach your student employee supervisors to:

  • Understand the strengths and potential of this workforce
  • Delegate appropriate tasks and projects
  • Provide terrific supervision techniques
  • Address issues with difficult employees

The seminar is engaging, interactive, and light hearted, with loads of practical hands-on experiences. It’s perfect for the new and the more experienced supervisor of student employees.

Seminars are available for 50, 75, or even 100 participants. Save valuable funds by co-sponsoring a seminar with multiple departments on campus, with the campus down the street, and/or with off-campus employers.

Seminar fees include Tracy Knofla, promotional materials, program planning check-list, travel, evaluations, and certificates of completion.

Student employees will love you for training their supervisors to be effective and productive. Just ask them.

I came into the session expecting a motivational pep talk, and instead walked away with practical tools and ideas that I can now adapt and implement in my own training programs.

– University of Louisville
Louisville, KY