Two Learning Opportunities for Those Supervising Student Employees

Student Employment Podcast Series: Trauma Informed Care

Thursday, April 22 @ 2:00 pm

The Podcast Series seeks to support our supervisory and leadership skills with student employees by focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. No matter whether you supervise students or not, everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in discussions.


  1. Listen to the featured podcast episode (16 min).
  2. Join the conversation Thursday, April 22nd, 2-3pm (CT)

Not able to listen ahead of time? No worries, we’d still encourage you consider attending the discussion session if able.

Featuring Guest Facilitator:

  • Cori Splain-Director for Strategic Initiatives & Engagement for the Division of Enrollment Management

No registration required- you will be able to access the session 15 minutes prior to the start time by clicking “Join the Conversation” above!


Student Employment Forum Series: Supervising Student Employees Virtually

Tuesday, April 27 @ 1:00 pm

This session will feature guest speaker, Nicole Kaforski, who will provide tips and first-hand experiences for student supervisors preparing to train and supervise student employees virtually. We will cover what has worked and has not worked for the Office of Admissions and Recruitment transitioning their student employees to a virtual work setting, including training tools and staying connected with your team. Nicole will also share about their team’s transition back to in-person work.

Register & Join the Conversation via Zoom: Tuesday, April 27th, 1-2pm (CT)

You will be able to access the session 15 minutes prior to the start time using the link provided after registration.


If you need any accommodations for either of these events, please email us at

Devin Deegan


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