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Nominate outstanding student employees for university recognition

Deadline for state and regional awards is March 6

Brigham Young University’s Student Employment Services is encouraging campus departments and supervisors to nominate outstanding student employees for university recognition.

Nomination forms are available online at byu.edu/hr/se/seoty.php and must be submitted by March 23. Supervisors wishing to nominate employees for state and regional awards must submit the same application by March 6.

To be eligible for recognition, nominees must be BYU students who have completed or expect to have completed six months of part-time or three months of full-time employment during the current academic year.

Student Employment Services will also honor the work of student employees during Student Employment Week, scheduled for March 26-30. Employees can visit 2024 Wilkinson Student Center to enter drawings for campus prizes.

More than 12,000 students provide essential service to the university through student employment. Using hard work, creativity and enthusiasm, student employees make a significant contribution to the work and mission of BYU.

For more information, contact Student Employment Services at (801) 422-3561.

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