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  • Welcome | NSEA
    network of experienced student employment colleagues Similarly employers have access to student employment professionals in the U S and abroad who can help facilitate their employment needs with well trained enthusiastic student employees National Student Employment Association Mission Statement The National Student Employment Association NSEA is a non profit association of professionals involved with programs for students who work while attending college To this end we support and promote student employment through research professional development and the exchange of information NSEA Would like to thank our sponsors An employee owned Software as a Service corporation Next Gen Web Solutions collaborates with education industry participants to design software and web services that provide efficiency solutions such as JobX TimesheetX Dynamic Forms and Scholarship Manager for the higher education marketplace giving students better access to information and delivering ever increasing value to each school Learn More Tracy Inc provides consulting system design implementation and support of data acquisition systems featuring the UltraTime Enterprise time attendance system Software modules include Real Time Trigger based Payroll HR interfaces Multiple Positions Student Work Study Award Tracking Accrual Benefit Tracking and UltraBadge Enterprise an integrated ID production system Data Collection options include web based IP Phone biometrics time clocks and mobile data collection solutions Keeping You Informed Preview the next 3 months activities Calendar Quickview Click for Upcoming Events 5 17 2016 NSEA Summer Board Meeting 5 18 2016 NSEA Summer Board Meeting 5 19 2016 SASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 5 20 2016 SASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 6 19 2016 MASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 6 20 2016 MASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 7 21 2016 NEASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 7 22 2016 NEASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE 7 25 2016 WASEA Student Employment Essentials Training SEE

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  • Membership Application | NSEA
    your Membership Affiliation is incorrect you will have the option to change it at this point I AM NOT in the NSEA database Your next screen Part 2 will be a blank Member Profile page Select a password Do not use personal information for your password since this will be emailed to you You will receive a copy of your Username and Password by email following the completion of this application Use these for any future registrations Complete the form and click Continue to go to Part 3 Revise Membership Application If you are returning to revise your membership application please use the Revise Existing Application section below Enter your Username and Password Part 2 is your Member Profile In Part 3 your previous selection s will be shown Make any necessary changes Your previously entered membership application information will be deleted and replaced with the new Cancel Registration Cancelling a Membership Application Select Cancel Application and enter your Username and Password Your membership application will be deleted from the records and cannot be recovered Need help Contact support nsea info DO NOT use your username and password to enter someone else Using your profile to enter another person will

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  • Forum | NSEA
    violates the above conditions or departs from the intended purpose of this forum may be removed without notice by the NSEA We reserve the right to edit any post for reasons including but not limited to language length or content not appropriate to the topic of this forum Older threads or messages may be removed from time to time to maintain categories or threads of manageable length Any member who breaches these Guidelines through hostile abusive or other inappropriate behavior may find their account privileges revoked Privacy Remember that this is a public forum and you have no guarantee or expectation of privacy Your post could be read by anyone Posts can be traced We record information about every user of this forum and will honor any court orders or requests by recognized law authorities for information about individuals posting libelous material All communications on this board are deemed to be public and not private communications We reserve the right to remove without notice any message posted for any reason but we have no obligation to remove content you find objectionable Regarding your email address and other personal information Although we require your email address for verification purposes we recommend

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | NSEA
    internet search on Student Employment Week will also provide guidance on how other colleges and universities celebrate National Student Employment Week back to top How does the federal government define student employee The Fair Labor Standards Act FLSA defines the term employ very broadly as including to suffer or permit to work Covered and non exempt individuals who are suffered or permitted to work must be compensated under the law for the services they perform for an employer The Internal Revenue Code however defines a student employee as an employee who performs services in the employ of a school college or university as an incident to and for the purpose of pursuing a course of study at the school college or university has the status of a student in the performance of those services IRC section 3121 b 10 Internal Revenue Notice 2004 12 Section 7 Definitions provides guidelines for schools to aid in determining whether an employee qualifies as a student The Notice generally provides that an individual who is either a half time undergraduate or half time graduate student at the institution of higher education and who is not a career employee will be considered as regularly attending classes and therefore eligible for the student FICA exception back to top Where can I find data or information on the benefits of being a part time student employee while attending college Publications addressing the theory research and practice of student development in college often overlook the impact of work on the college student experience However the following books and or publications have briefly addressed the impact of work on college student performance and satisfaction This list is not all encompassing and is only meant to provide a good starting point Astin A 1993 What Matters in College Four Critical Years Revisited San Francisco Jossey Bass Publishers Cuccaro Alamin S Choy S P 1998 Postsecondary financing strategies How undergraduate combine work borrowing and attendance Washington D C Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics National Postsecondary Education Cooperative July 2006 What Matters to Student Success A Review of the Literature Commissioned Report for the National Symposium on Postsecondary Stdent Success Spearheading a Dialog on Student Success Retrieved from http nces ed gov npec pdf kuh team report pdf Pascarella E Terenzini P 1991 How college affects students Findings and insights from twenty years of research San Francisco Jossey Bass Publishers Terenzini P Springer L Yaeger P Pascarella E and Nora A 1996 First generation college students Characteristics experiences and cognitive development Research in Higher Education 37 1 Tinto V 1987 Leaving College Rethinking the causes and cures of student attrition Chicago University of Chicago Press As an NSEA member you have access to Student Employment Linking College and the Workplace Monograph published in 1996 The Monograph explores how Student employment links elements of financial aid career development academic learning experiential education and personal development back to top Can my institution make direct deposit a mandatory requirement for student employees

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  • News & Updates | NSEA
    00 1 00 EDT Topics will include Hiring Practices Federal Work Study Basics Mentoring National Student Employment Week To register go to https attendee gotowebinar com register 8730731824154206465 3 24 16 A SET Training entitled Legal Issues in Student Employment will be conducted October 14 2016 David Lichtenberg an attorney with Fisher Phillips and expert in the field will discuss how labor laws affect student employment Interested parties will register

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  • Conferences | NSEA
    NSEA is all about people sharing their ideas time and energy If you are new to the association or you are interested in getting involved we would like to meet you This is your chance to meet the NSEA Board of Directors other members and learn more about the association Refer to the actual conference schedule for meeting location and time at the beginning of the conference Hotel Information Back to top Omni William Penn Hotel 530 William Penn Place Pittsburgh PA 15219 Standard Bedroom View Hotel Entrance Hotel Lobby Located in the heart of the downtown business district the renowned AAA Four Diamond award winning Omni William Penn Hotel is an historic landmark elegantly renovated for the 21st century traveler The hotel is just steps away from the Convention Center sporting and cultural venues and a variety of shopping Adjacent to the Pittsburgh Metro Rail System you will have the convenience to explore the city at ease with stops in Downtown North Shore Stadiums and Station Square Hotel Reservation Information Reservations can be made by calling 1 800 THE OMNI or on line at this link If calling inform the reservationist that you are attending the NSEA Conference to ensure the NSEA room rate All reservations must be guaranteed by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card Reservations not cancelled 72 hours prior to arrival will be billed the first night s room rate and tax cancellation fee Check in is 3 00 PM and check out is 12 00 noon Hotel Omni Select Guest Rewards Enroll in Omni Select Guest Rewards Program prior to your arrival and receive free 3MB guestroom WIFI Click here to be directed to the Omni Loyalty page to sign up Hotel Early Departure Fees In the event a member who has requested a room within the Group Block checks out prior to the reserved checkout date the hotel will add an early checkout fee in the amount equal to one night s room and tax to the member s account Members wishing to avoid an early checkout fee should advise the Omni William Penn Hotel at or before check in of any change in their planned length of stay Reservations made after the deadline may be accepted depending on the hotel space and rate availability Hotel Room Rates Room rates are per night and do not include applicable state and local taxes The NSEA conference rates are as follows 165 Single or double occupancy 189 Triple occupancy 209 Quadruple occupancy 20 for each additional person Guestroom rates will be available three 3 days prior and three 3 days after the meeting dates based on availability at the time of reservation The last day to reserve a room at the NSEA conference rate is Friday September 9 2016 Hotel Parking Parking at the hotel is approximately 35 per day and is limited Driving Instructions From Pittsburgh International Airport 30 minutes 19 miles Follow the signs to Pittsburgh via I

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  • Training | NSEA
    you can apply immediately For 189 or less per day attendees will receive a broad range of important student employment information access to experts in the field the opportunity to share information with colleagues a training manual and a Certificate of Completion a great value Training sessions are offered in each of NSEA s four regional organizations Western Midwest Northeast and Southern throughout the year Who should attend Student Employment administrators Financial Aid advisors Human Resource coordinators Career counselors Student Affairs professionals Business and agency representatives Anyone interested in student employment issues What topics are covered Track A Legal Issues in Student Employment Employment Regulations Developing Training Programs Employing International Students I 9s and W 4 s Interviewing and Selection FERPA Track B Job Development and FWS in Student Employment Federal Work Study FWS Program Management and Administration FWS Student Eligibility FWS Job Location and Development JLD Administration Marketing Your Student Employment Program FWS Allowable Employment FWS Off Campus Programs FWS Community Service Participants will gain enhanced knowledge skills and abilities that will help them with their personal and professional goals in addition to the following Track A Important legal information that could save the participants university millions of dollars in litigation Review of Fair Labor Standards Act IRS rules FERPA and ADA compliance Regulations concerning employing international students Crucial information on interviewing students for jobs Methods of training supervisors Track B Department of Education guidelines for Federal Work Study Help in setting up a FWS Community Service Program developing jobs and maintaining employer relations Steps for reporting the FWS Community Service requirement calculating earnings and using program models from other schools Tools for setting up promoting reporting and maintaining a successful Job Location and Development Program Marketing techniques to bring in more jobs and more students Tips on involving faculty in student employment programs Training Schedules See individual training dates and locations on the NSEA calendar Please contact the appropriate Regional Training Coordinator listed below for complete information Regional Training Coordinators Midwest Association of Student Employment Administrators MASEA Kim Hull Student Employment Coordinator Pittsburg State University 1701 South Broadway Pittsburg KS 66762 620 235 4143 NorthEast Association of Student Employment Administrators NEASEA Manching Tom Manhattanville College Center for Career Development 2900 Purchase Street Purchase NY 10577 914 323 5484 Southern Association of Student Employment Administrators SASEA Nedra Goodrich Student Employment Coordinator Student Financial Aid Texas Tech University Box 45011 Lubbock TX 79409 806 834 2919 Western Association of Student Employment Administrators WASEA Desiree F Noah Senior HR Analyst Student Employment Coordinator La Sierra University 4500 Riverwalk Parkway Riverside CA 92515 951 785 2328 For more information contact Valerie Knopp NSEA VP for Professional Development at vjknopp stcloudstate edu or 320 308 5136 NSEA s Student Employment Essentials SEE Train the Trainer Program The Student Employment Essentials Train the Trainer Program T t T is normally offered yearly in February for two days For those interested in becoming a Student Employment Essentials SEE Trainer applicants must meet the following minimum

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  • Online Forms | NSEA
    an NSEA member to apply Events Conference Registration Photo Release Form Template for NSEA Press Releases Grants Sponsored Research Grant Program Application Terms of Agreement Membership NSEA Membership Brochure pdf Membership Renewal Application Update Your Member Profile NSEA Board Administration Refer to NSEA Policy Procedures for accurate completion of the following forms NSEA Payment Request Form pdf NSEA Travel Expense Form pdf NSEA Annual Committee Report doc NSEA Committee Budget

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