The Western Association of Student Employment Administrators is a non-profit association of
professionals involved with programs for students who work while attending college. To this end,
we support and promote student employment through research, professional development
and the exchange of information.

SEOTY

2014-2015 Student Employee of the Year

Congratulations to all of students nominated!

2014-2015 Student Employee of the Year Winners

Congratulations to all 2014-2015

Student Employee of the Year Winners

WEASEA Regional Winner

Amanda Meeks

Colorado State University

 

State Winners

Arizona- Michael Cox

California (North)- Andrew Musca

California (South)- Christopher Mora

Colorado- Amanda Meeks

Hawaii- Sara Taketa

Montana- Zachary Mauer

Nevada- Nicole Koehler

Oregon- Curtis Burge

Utah- Haven Simmons

Washington- Cameron Little

Wyoming- Trevor Scherlin

 

Western Association of Student Employment Administrators

WASEA Description and Objectives

WASEA is one of four regional associations represented by the National Student Employment Association (NSEA). Founded in 1978 by a group of student employment professionals, WASEA has since been an effective forum for addressing the critical issues and challenges facing student employment administrators in higher education.               

Objectives of the Association:

  • To promote the professional preparation, dedication, effectiveness, and recognition of student employment administrators in post-secondary education.
  • To facilitate the sharing of information and expertise among student employment administrators, educational institutions, employers and others concerned with student employment administration.
  • To assist educational institutions, employers of students, and others to develop and promote effective programs of part-time student employment.
  • To serve the interests and needs of students, educational institutions and employers by improving and coordinating student employment plans and programs
  • To inform members of trends in employment and professional development, including interpreting governmental guidelines related to financial aid, job placement, human resources, and student employment.
  • To provide an annual conference for WASEA members as an effective forum for professional development, information sharing, and problem solving related to student employment.
  • To promote and conduct research, cooperative studies, workshops, and other related activities as may be required to fulfill the purposes of this Association.

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