Conference Schedule & Workshops

The National Student Employment Association (NSEA) Annual Conference co-hosted by the Northeast Association of Student Employment Administrators (NEASEA) provides pertinent training through a variety of relevant workshops geared towards the participant’s professional development.

Attending this conference provides the opportunity for professionals to learn and train with other administrators from a wide range of states and types of institutions.  Student Employment professionals come together to connect and collaborate on best practices, emerging trends and, most importantly, to build long-lasting relationships. There is always a wide range of training topics, including the latest federal update.

Conference Highlights

  • Keynote Speaker
  • Special Session: TBA
  • Engaging Session Presentations
  • ABC’s of JLD, Federal Work-Study & Community Service
  • Marketing and Promotion Ideas
  • International Student Employment
  • Professional Development Tools & Strategies
 View the Sample Conference Program Here


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About Conference Presentation Selections:

Conference presenters are integral to the professional development of student employment professionals at all levels of their career.

The NSEA Conference Committee looked for dynamic presenters for best practices presentations, panel presentations, and deep dive sessions.

Best Practices Presentation: Presenters will showcase their work and/or successes they have had on their campuses or in the student employment profession in a traditional presentation format.

Panel Presentation: A group of panelists with diverse perspectives will create a question and answer dialogue around a topic. The facilitator of the panel is responsible for organizing the panelists and moderating the session.

Deep Dive Session: The facilitator will lead conversations on topics and issues that Student Employment professionals face. Sessions could include topics like I-9 regulations, ACA implementation, minimum wage increases, tracking FWS awards, wage structures, and international students, just to name a few.

Past topics have included:

  • FWS Program Development
  • Professional Development Programs
  • Position Classification Systems
  • Addressing Mental Health in Student Employment
  • Student Supervisor Training Programs
  • JLD Processes
  • Integrating Professional Competencies 
  • And more!

Questions about conference presentations should be sent to:

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