The Warriors at Work program is a professional development program for Stan State student employees and on-campus interns, made possible through joint effort between Academic Affairs, Student Affairs and Human Resources.
The year-long program, from August through May, consists of twice monthly, one-hour learning experiences led by Stan State faculty, staff and administration. Program participants will build community with other student employees across campus and will have an opportunity to interface with peers on a regular basis to learn together and share experiences. We cover topics such as professional ethics, public speaking, preparing for graduate school and more. Students who participate in the Warriors at Work program will receive special recognition at key employee events like the Holiday Social, the Staff Council Picnic, and will be treated to lunch by President Junn at the conclusion of the academic year.
Warriors at Work is open to all Stan State undergraduate student employees (both work study and non-work study) and on-campus interns.
Thursday, October 10 |10am-11am | MSR 130
Welcome // Meet Your VPs and Senior AVPs
Join us for the first Warriors at Work seminar of the year. You’ll receive a Warriors at Work polo shirt and will have a chance to chat in a small group setting with your Vice President or Senior Associate Vice President. You’ll also get an introduction to the Warriors at Work program and learn about future sessions offered for student employees and on-campus interns. All are welcome, including last year’s Warriors at Work participants!
Tuesday, October 22 | 12pm-1pm | MSR 130
Stanislaus State Student Employee Alumni Panel
Meet current Stan State employees who began their careers as on-campus student workers. Here’s your chance to ask them how they did it! Panel members include Ms. Kristina Stamper, Director for Communications and Creative Services, Ms. Naraith Lopez, Administrative Specialist in the Office of the President and Ms. Kassidy Liles, Faculty Personnel Coordinator in the Office of Faculty Affairs.
Tuesday, November 5 | 2pm-3pm | South Dining
Design Your Stan State
What’s your plan for making the most out of your time at Stan State? Learn from esteemed administrators and faculty about how the design-thinking method could help you realize your full potential here at Stan State and beyond. This seminar will be led by Ms. Julie Sedlemeyer, Director of Career and Professional Services and Professors Ellen Bell and Bruce Hesse.
Monday, November 18 | 1pm-2pm | MSR 130
Pursuing Graduate School
Thinking about graduate school can be scary. How much is it going to cost? Should I just head straight into a career? Get answers to some of your burning questions about grad school. It may be more attainable than you might think! Hear from our Interim AVP for Academic Affairs, Dr. Katie Olivant and our Faculty Director for the Center for Excellence in Graduate Education, Dr. Virginia Montero-Hernandez.
Wednesday, December 4 | 2pm-3pm | South Dining
Professional Networking + Networking Scavenger Hunt Activity
Networking is a tool that can help you tremendously in your future. Whether its shaking hands with a future employer or mingling at a professional conference in your field of study, social interactions at networking events can be just as meaningful as the lines on your resume. Break out of your comfort zone and brush up on your networking skills with the help of the staff of the Career and Professional Development Center. Students who wish to put their skills to the test on a networking scavenger hunt at the Stan State Holiday social, will be entered for a chance to win a major prize!
Spring 2020 Seminars Include:
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Professional Ethics
- Resume Workshop
- Linked In & Linked In Learning
- Career Ready U
- Talking About Your Experience
*Spring dates and locations coming soon
- Attend the First Session = Warriors at Work Polo Shirt
- Attend Any 3 Sessions = Stan State Lapel Pin
- Attend Any 6 Sessions = School Supply Kit
- Attend 8 or more Sessions = Lunch with the President in May 2020