National Student Employment Week

April 9-13, 2018

GW Celebrates Our Student Employees

This year GW will join with universities across the country in celebrating National Student Employment Week from April 9 to 13, 2018. This annual event is dedicated to recognizing the significant impact that student employees make on campus and in the surrounding community.

GW Student Employee of the Year and Supervisor of the Year Awards

Winners in the Student Employee of the Year categories will be announced at the Excellence in Student Life Awards on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

The winner for Supervisor of the Year Award will be announced at the Student Employee Appreciation Breakfast on April 13, 2018.

Congratulations Keely Arbenz-Smith!

2018 Supervisor of the Year Winner

Nomination Letter 

About GW Student Employees

Upwards of 5,000 GW students work across campus in one of approximately 200 on campus departments or at our 30 off-campus FWS partner sites. They are greeting prospective future students, guiding students through writing assignments, stocking our library shelves, managing events and websites, and working professors on research projects. Our off-campus student employees are explaining exhibits at the Smithsonian, tutoring young children, researching political policies, and assisting with marketing campaigns.

GW student employees are a crucial part of the fabric of GW; they help keep the institution running and act as ambassadors in the DC community. Through their dedication and hard work, they uphold the GW values of communication, community, diversity, excellence, sustainability, respect, service, and teamwork.

We encourage everyone to take a moment to thank the GW student employees who you encounter across our campuses and in the city for doing such exceptional work at our university and in our community. They are putting their academic knowledge into action and are learning skills that will serve them well in the future.

Campus Activities & Events

To celebrate National Student Employment Week 2018 the GW Center for Career Servicesis hosting or participating in a series of events:

Door Decorating Contest

Show your appreciation for your student employees through our 2018 National Student Employment Week Door Decorating Contest! Doors will be judged on visual impact, neatness, completeness, originality, and personal touch. To participate, please complete this form by April 1, 2018. Doors (or door substitutes) must be completed by April 9, 2018 at 10 am. Winners will be announced at the Student Employee Appreciation Breakfast and the winning department will be awarded two dozen Captain Cookie cookies.

Student Employee Appreciation Breakfast & Supervisor of the Year Award

Friday, April 13
Marvin Center 405
9:30-11:00am
RSVP here.

Excellence in Student Life Awards

The Student Employee of the Year will be announced at this event
Wednesday, April 18
Lisner Auditorium
8:00pm

We encourage everyone to take a moment to thank the GW student employees who you encounter across our campuses and in the city for doing such exceptional work at our university and in our community. They are putting their academic knowledge into action and are learning skills that will serve them well in the future.

Undergraduate Student Finalists & Nominees

Finalists

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Lilianna May
Multicultural Student Services Center
 
Thomas Magnan GW Housing
 
Thomas Magnan
GW Housing

Nominees

Alexandra Turley
Benjamin Deem
Colleen Quinn
Cora Wolfinger
Courtney Buble
Elijah Rivera
Elliot Warren
Gabriella Granata
Hannah Hickman
James Tronolone
Jarek Hardy
Jason Nafash
Jerrod Ames
Jessica Ober
Karla Infante
Lilianna May
Logan Brown
Mark Trupiano
Michael Garcia
Paola Bayron
Philip Paulson
Robert Dickson
Samantha Cookinham
Thomas Magnan
Tiffany Hudson
Zachary Liebold

 

Graduate Student Finalists & Nominees

Finalists

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Alia Nasier
GWSB GFLEC
 
 
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Mariela Campuzano
Human and Organizational Learning

 


Nominees

Alia Nasier
Dennae Jones
Lyndia McMullen
Mariela Campuzano
Marisa Mansueto
Saloni Khatri
Ty Miranda

 

Supervisor Finalists & Nominees

Finalists

 
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Keely Arbenz-Smith
Anthropology/ CASHP
 
 
Mona Azadi
American Studies

 


Nominees

Amber Palmer-Halma, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration
Ashley Trick, The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service
Cara Richards, School of Business Graduate Programs
Carliss Parker-Smith, Columbian College of the Arts and Sciences, Romance, German and Slavic Languages & Literature
Carolyn Harris, GW Law Review
Gloria Kenyon, Public programs @ Smithsonian American Art Museum
Jay Goldstein, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences
Jenna Postler, CCAS Communications and Marketing
Jessica Elias, MBA Student Engagement
Jordan Mullaney, Divops, Workcenter 48
Katy Corella, Public programs @ Smithsonian American Art Museum
Keely Arbenz-Smith, Anthropology/ CASHP
Kelsey Porter, CSE
Kendra Scott, Student Support and Family Engagement - Division of Student Affairs
Laura Prevete, Development and Alumni relations
Mackenzie Farrell, F. David Fowler Career Center
Mona Azadi, American Studies
Naomi Rothwell, Corcoran Communications
Raoul Gabiam, SEAS Computing Facility
Remy Hilsabeck, GWSPH Environmental and Occupational Health
Rochelle Yancey, Jumpstart
Rolando Fernandez, Computer Science
Sherry Leung, Center of Student Engagement
Thomas Germain, Center for Student Engagement