On-campus employer resources
Career Development’s Student Employment program benchmarked peer institutions and assembled cross-functional working groups to design and develop consistent and compliant student employment practices at NAU.
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In order help our on-campus employers to feel more confident, better able to help students use Handshake, and maintain consistent and compliant recruiting practices, Student Employment at NAU knows that they need to have the appropriate support, tools, resources, and recognition to do so.
Participants who have successfully completed this training program are now officially recognized as the Handshake expert(s) in their department, receiving an official certificate, a 3D-printed miniature Handshake chair trophy, and more, to showcase their proficiency.
We are delighted to recognize the following individuals who have successfully completed NAU’s Handshake “Certification” Program and become certified Helping HANDs!
|Vicki Adair||Wall Aquatic Center|
|Cari Anthony||Campus Health Services|
|Allison Arita-Ridley||Academic Success Centers|
|Diane Bellock||Student Affairs|
|Susan Chamberlin||Campus Recreation Services|
|Katie Chew||Residential Colleges|
|Darrion Edwards||Student Unions & Activities|
|Zoë Escarcega||Academic Success Centers|
|Michael Giannetto||Mathematics & Statistics|
|Samantha Gonzales||Cline Library|
|Austin Grant||Student Service Center|
|Jack Hallin||Cline Library|
|Judi Irons||School of Communication|
|Abraham Kelley||Development & Alumni Engagement|
|Krystina Kraus-Soper||Information Technology Services|
|Jenny Krzyszkowski||Undergraduate Admissions & Orientation|
|Lorena Lechuga Gutierrez||First Year Experience|
|Laurel Logan||Information Technology Services|
|Jacob Matthews||Residential Colleges|
|Kelley McKee||First Year Experience|
|Rebecca Miller||First Year Experience|
|Kristen Ribich||Student Unions & Activities|
|Destanee Reckeweg||Office of the Dean of Students|
|Bridget Rowan||Cline Library|
|Alyssa Rudolph||Campus Recreation Services|
|Andi Strange||Housing & Residence Life|
|Taylor Todd||Campus Recreation Services|
|Stephanie Van Ness||Cline Library|
|Kiara Weathersby||Office of Indigenous Student Success|
|Mathilde Willis||Student Service Center|
|Donna Womble||Housing & Residence Life|
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Student Employment at NAU partners with the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid to make finding and hiring FWS-eligible students easy. FWS-eligible students are indicated as “work-study” in Handshake, making their applications easy for you to identify. For more information on posting work-study jobs in Handshake and identifying FWS-eligible applicants, review the Recruitment and Selection section above or contact StudentEmployment@nau.edu. To become an FWS employer or for questions about hiring students for Federal Work-Study (FWS) positions, contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid at FederalWorkStudy@nau.edu.
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International students are typically only allowed to work on campus due to their student visa statuses. Fortunately, there is usually little extra paperwork for an employer who hires international students and the recruitment and selection process in the same as for domestic students. Learn how to hire international students in three easy steps.
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Find out what you need to know about student employee work-related injury reporting.