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1 Federal Work Study Student Employment Student Training Session (for new LSSU students or students who have never worked at LSSU)

2 Things You Need to Know Jobs are for upcoming fall/spring which is academic year 1314 ACCEPT your student employment offer first!! Go to: Anchor Access, Financial Aid Tab, Award

3 How To Access the Employment System Anchor Access Student Tab LSSU Student Employment Opportunities

4 Student Job Page

5 Oops! You must accept your student employment first, if you get this message. Go back to slide #3

6 Next Steps “View Student Jobs” Select “Academic Year 1314” Search the jobs – NOTE the Job Dept and Job ID Number for a job you want to apply for “Return to Student Job Page”

7 To Apply for the Job “Apply for Jobs” from Student Job Page Select “Academic Year 1314” Select the Department (noted from the job board in previous step) Select the Job (noted from job board in previous step)

8 To Apply for the Job Download the LSSU Employment Application (Word version preferred but not required) Complete the application Save it on your computer and upload Click “Apply for Job” - See Next Slide -

9 To Apply for the Job

10 How Many Jobs Should You Apply For? Apply only for jobs you are truly interested in Apply only for 1-3 jobs…wait to hear from the supervisors before applying for others

11 What Next? Wait for the Department to respond to your application – Possible responses: – No Match – Request Interview – Offer Check your LSSU for notification and/or “Review Job Applications” on Student Job Page

12 Review Job Applications You must do this (yes) before accepting an offer

13 Keep This in Mind Do not be discouraged by “No Match” – Your qualifications may simply not be a good match for the job you are applying for. If you get this response, just apply for something else. Do respond promptly to a request for an interview or a job offer. Do not accept numerous offers – work study will only permit about 6-7 hrs of work per week and ONE job.

14 Next Step An “offer” needs your on-line response At “Review Job Applications”, either accept or decline the offer from Status Pull Down Menu Click “Process Status” Your Status will probably become “Accept, Unauthorized” – you need to do some paperwork

15 View Job Applications Notice “Accept, Not Authorized”

16 What Paperwork is Needed? Three things: – I-9 – Michigan W-4 – Federal W-4 We’ll send you an stating what you need to do next, how to get the paperwork, and when/where to bring it. Watch your LSSU ! Links may also been provided when you accepted a job offer

17 Be Careful! Don’t accept more than one job! – Work Study only allows for about 6 hours/week for the year – at ONE job.

18 What’s Next…… Your status must eventually be “accept/authorized” in order to begin working (see next slide) The I-9 must be hand delivered by you, to us. Bring your identification documents that the I-9 requires Deliver them to our HR Dept in the Admin Bldg

19 Your Status Must Eventually Be: Accept, Authorized This means that you have accepted your job offer, all your paperwork has been submitted and you can begin work on your first scheduled day!

20 If you Change Your Mind….. Decline your job offer if you hadn’t already accepted it, so that the supervisor knows you aren’t coming. If you already accepted it, send your supervisor an and let them know you won’t be working for them.

21 Questions? My Contact Information Sandy Forrest Human Resources Administrator (906)


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