Student Employee Information
Job Search System Help
|SEAN How-To Guide||A guide to using the new job search system.|
Required Student Employee Training
|CU Information Security||CU Information Security and Privacy Awareness|
|CU Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct (SaVE)||CU Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct|
|CU Fiscal Code of Ethics||CU Fiscal Code of Ethics|
|Conflict of Interest Disclosure||Survey Link|
|Using MyLeave||Student Guide to MyLeave|
|In Person Student Employment Orientation||Must Complete In Person at Cragmor 104|
Student Employee Training Program
This is a training workshop for new student employees covering the following topics:
The training workshop consists of two-three one-hour sessions and is offered once each fall and spring semester. Student employees are encouraged to attend. This is a paid training and students must have their supervisor's permission to attend. To enroll login to SEAN and click on the Events tab.
Fall 2020 Workshop recordings-
Temporary part-time work options to explore during COVID-19
We understand the COVID-19 pandemic may disrupt many students' employment situations. We compiled these resources to help students find part-time, remote, and work-from-home opportunities, and we update them as often as we find more information.
Local hiring for face-to-face jobs in communities:
- Grocery stores, hardware stores, and pharmacy stores are hiring temporary staff to help with stocking and curbside delivery, and also to fill in for regular employees who have to stay home to care for family members or are ill themselves - students should check with their local stores.
- Amazon is mass-hiring for warehouses and delivery (expected to add around 100,000 employees to meet demand).
- Grocery delivery services (Shipt, instacart, etc)
- Third-party food delivery services (UberEats, Door Dash, Grubhub, Mr Delivery, etc)
- Medical scribe companies, such as Helix Scribe Solutions or ScribeAmerica.
- Tutoring opportunities - since schools are closed, many families seek tutors. Check with neighbors, advertise on personal social media, or join your neighborhood on the Nextdoor app to search for opportunities.
- Some chain restaurants are hiring people to package orders, deliver orders, and to fill in for people who have to take leave.
- Some local restaurants may be doing the same, if they're able to support additional staff.