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Supervising Today's Students (STS)
Connecting Work and Academics: How Students and Employers Benefit
Course # 541

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Students gain many helpful academic and career skills from student employment. Sometimes, though, they don't readily connect that what they learn in their campus job will help them succeed in school now, and in work later in life. There are many benefits to helping students make academic/work connections. This workshop will share information about a time effective method for helping students make connections between work and academics, and how this improves job satisfaction, supervisor-employee relations, and how it contributes to overall student success.

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This is an elective course for the Supervising Today's Students (STS) certificate program. It is intended for UI faculty and staff who supervise undergraduate student employees. All STS courses are open to all regardless of participation in the certificate program.