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Student Employment Experience Learning Assessment

The Student Employment Experience Learning Assessment (SEELA) is a self-assessment tool designed for student employees to learn about their strengths and areas for growth in the workplace as they relate to seven key student employment competencies: Communication, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Interpersonal Engagement, Information Literacy, Global Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Ethical and Moral Reasoning, and Self-Efficacy and Self-Awareness. Students can use their scores on these seven competencies to help facilitate their bi-annual conversations with their supervisors and for personal and professional development. For more information about the Student Employment Experience (SEE) program, please visit here.