Elevating Student Employment

From the Experiential Learning Toolkit

Topics: Experiential Learning, Career Services, Student Experience, Student Affairs, Student Employment, Orientation

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About the Tools

Despite the learning inherent in many student employment opportunities, students’ reasons for securing a job on campus often ignore the professional development benefits. EAB thinks there is a huge opportunity to leverage the connection to these students, many of whom are employed through the division of student affairs.

The following tools in this section of the Experiential Learning Toolkit will help students better realize and articulate the benefits of their on-campus employment, such as the development of high demand skills and the chance to gain experience in a professional environment.