On Campus Employment Models


On Campus Employment Models


As more and more universities expand experiential learning to include on campus internship opportunities, career services practitioners are charged with design, development and assessment. The NACE Examining Campus Employment Series provides a unique opportunity to gain strategies to maximize students’ experience and competency development, reimagine the role of student employment, and develop a competency-based student employment program. Presented by NACE members, for NACE members, this series will provide tactical, practical strategies to elevate on-campus employment opportunities within your institution.

Join Angi McKie and Josh Frahm, University of Iowa, to discuss the immense opportunity for professional development among student employment while still offering a scalable and budget friendly staffing option for your institution. Take a deep dive into three models on one campus that elevate the learning and takeaways from student employment positions and on-campus internships. Through implementation of a varied approach to programming, ensure that your student employment experience is high impact, competency based, and mutually-beneficial work and learning environment for all student staff members.

Following this program, you will be able to:

  • Understand the value a student employment experience brings to the undergraduate experience, as well as the importance of student employees to an office;
  • Implement new training, incentive programs, and feedback and coaching models within your student employment programs; and
  • Streamline existing supervision processes including recruitment & training, and feedback/evaluation.


Angi McKie, Senior Director of Operations, Pomerantz Career Center, University of Iowa and Josh Frahm, Associate Director of Student Employment Programs, Pomerantz Career Center, University of Iowa

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