Become a super supervisor with the C2 Hub
Learn about a new program that enhances the student employment experience while providing valuable professional-development opportunities to managers.
December 13, 2021
The Classroom to Career Hub (C2 Hub) has partnered with the Office of Human Resources student employment program to enhance the student employment experience while also providing valuable professional-development opportunities to supervisors.
The C2 Hub’s new SUPERvisor: Student Employee Learning Outcomes program will support supervisors through professional-development opportunities focused on integrating career-readiness into the student employment experience. The program will provide resources and information to support diversity recruitment, semiannual student-employment job fairs and supervisor-resource group meetings in partnership with HR.
SUPERvisor: Student Employee Learning Outcomes is the first in a series of programs that will provide supervisors with the tools to enhance student employees’ career-readiness and ability to achieve their academic and professional goals. The curriculum is centered on the National Association of Colleges and Employers Competencies and helps student employees build transferable skills and connect their on-campus jobs with their career direction.
Supervisors who opt into the program will facilitate the development of one NACE competency that is relevant for their student employee’s career goals for each semester. The C2 Hub also will offer resources including a handbook, supervisor guidance and opportunities for student employees to articulate their newly attained skill(s) on their résumés. This program is intended to complement the student employee’s current position and not create additional work for supervisors.
Virtual SUPERvisor: Student Employee Learning Outcomes Orientation
Contact Salina Blea, assistant director of student employment and equity programs in the C2 Hub, for more information.
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