In Here to Career, campus employers serve as mentors who instill the knowledge and competencies needed to ensure a successful career after graduation.
As on-campus student employee supervisors, it’s important to understand the key competencies for career readiness.
How we interact, train, assist and develop our student employees not only impacts the student, but the department they are working in. On-campus student employment can connect students to a future opportunity, foster working relationships and allow the student to participate in a collaborative, unique culture.
All of these initiatives ensure that these campus experiences fulfill our program mission to create college educated and career ready students.
Based on nationally recognized criteria from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
What better way to get to know and stay in touch with the student population than having a student employee in your office? Hiring a student employee brings enthusiasm, curiosity and spirit of experiential learning to your office or department, all while offering work experiences that translate to critical skills for students. Plus, it’s an inexpensive way to boost unit capacity.
Supervisors in the Here to Career program are committed to:
Detailed information is available through UBLearns, which supervisors are given access to once they enroll in the program.
Developed exclusively for the Here to Career program, supervisors will be provided training and resources specific to their work with student employees. Through UBLearns, supervisors will have access to:
Supervisors are given access to UBLearns once they enroll in the program.
In addition, UB Human Resources and Organizational Development & Training (OD&T) offers training throughout the year to help supervisors prepare and excel in their supervision of student employees.
As part of the Student Life Here to Career program, campus supervisors will have the opportunity to participate in a collaborative culture and be a part of something bigger in student development and preparedness. Help your student employee gain the knowledge, expertise and skills they need to succeed in the workforce after they leave UB.
Ultimately Student Life is working toward the common goal of advancing faculty, staff and students in their ongoing pursuit of excellence. As the Here to Career program evolves more globally across the entire University, we will develop additional tools and resources, as well as a collaborative forum for supervisors to give and receive support.
As a Campus Employer, Bullseye powered by Handshake makes it easy to post your student employee position. You will also find video tutorials on everything from creating an employer account, posting a campus job and how to search for student profiles.
The On Campus Job Fair is hosted on the Friday of Welcome Weekend each fall, and is a great way to meet students looking for on campus employment.