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  • Student Employment at Whittier College | Whittier College
    About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Human Resources Slide Human Resources Prev Next In This Section Human Resources Mobile Home Employment at Whittier Administrative and Support Staff Opportunities Faculty Opportunities Student Employment Opportunities Student Employment FAQs Student Employee Handbook Supervisor Information Forms Employee Benefits Benefits Portal Information Forms Contact Us You are here Home Human Resources Student Employment at Whittier College Student Employment at Whittier College On 22 Apr 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments Whittier College encourages students to participate in the Student Employment Program providing students with an opportunity to explore career paths improve interpersonal and communication skills enhance professionalism and gain transferable skills For many students a student employment job is their first opportunity to build and develop these professional skills that can be later utilized in internships and life after graduation It is the student s responsibility to take initiative in seeking out and applying for available positions submitting hiring paperwork to Human Resources and submitting online timesheets Positions may require resumes applications and or interviews during the hiring process Student employment positions can be found on and off campus and typically run the course of the academic year The Student Employment Program allows students to work and apply earnings towards tuition or keep for personal expenses Student Employment positions are funded by a Financial Aid Work Award or through Departmental Exception Funding Begin searching for student employment opportunities by visiting our Center for Career Planning and Internships website Eligibility Requirements and Hiring Paperwork To participate in the student employment program Students must be enrolled as full time undergraduates and have employment eligibility to work in the United States Students are required to show employment eligibility by providing original documentation establishing identity and the right to work in the United States in accordance with Form I

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/humanresources/studentemployment (2016-01-26)
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  • FAQs | Whittier College
    interest Students funded through exception funding are held to the same regulations policies and standards set by Federal Work Study Guidelines and Whittier College s Student Employment Program How do I find a student employment job To find a student employment job students are encouraged to attend the Student Employment Job Fair sponsored by the Career Planning Internships Office held at the start of the fall semester Students may also contact the Human Resources Department for hiring departments or inquire directly with a faculty member or department What forms are needed Students hired for the first time will submit a SEAR Student Employment Action Request Form Form I 9 and Form W 4 to Human Resources prior to beginning work Students are responsible for completing the form I 9 and W 4 while SEAR Forms are completed by the hiring supervisor As required by Federal Law all newly hired students must provide documentation showing identity and authorization to work in the United States All documents must be original no photocopies are accepted Returning students will submit a SEAR form to Human Resources at the beginning of each academic year or with each new job Can I have more than one student employment job Yes students may have more than one student employment job to a maximum of two active positions at one time This applies to both the academic year and summer periods There is a limit to the number of hours a student may work per week for both jobs combined Students may also not exceed the awarded work award or exception funding amount How many hours can I work a week Students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week 40 hours per pay period This applies year round regardless of break periods such as winter spring and summer break What is the pay rate for a student employment job Pay rates for student positions vary between 9 00 10 00 per hour depending on the student s years of student employment Pay rates will be determined and set by the Office of Human Resources based upon the following table Year of Student Employment Effective Thru 12 31 15 Effective 01 01 16 Year 1 9 00 10 00 Year 2 9 25 10 25 Year 3 9 50 10 50 Year 4 Beyond 9 75 10 75 POET Intern Program 10 00 11 00 How and when do I get paid Students are responsible for accessing their timesheets online via my whittier and submitting their hours for each pay period see payroll schedule under Forms by the designated due date Students are paid on a bi weekly basis every other Friday in the form of a live check Direct Deposit is not available to student employees Student payroll checks should be picked up from the Business Office Students who wish to use student employment earnings towards tuition must sign their paycheck over to the Business Office each pay period When are timesheets due Timesheets are due

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/humanresources/faqs (2016-01-26)
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  • Student Employee Handbook | Whittier College
    you are required to show proper identification document s The list of acceptable documents can be found on the final page of the form Photocopies and or faxed scanned documents will not be accepted Federal law requires Human Resources examine and verify the authenticity of the original document s Important Completed Forms must be submitted in person to the Human Resources Office Students are not eligible to begin working until all paperwork has been processed and the student and supervisor has received an authorization email form the Human Resources Office clearing the student to begin work Off Campus Jobs Students may elect to participate in the student employment program by choosing to obtain a job at an approved off campus organization in the local community All off campus jobs are non profit organizations approved by Human Resources and Career Planning Internships Community organizations are present at the student employment job fair held in September Students working off campus are held to the same policies and procedures set forth by Human Resources and the student employment program Multiple Jobs Students may have more than one student employment position but a maximum of two active positions at one time This applies year round regardless of breaks such as winter spring and summer break Students may hold two active positions as long as they do not exceed their work award exception funding allocation and do not surpass the approved hours per week limit Hours Per Week Students may work a maximum of 20 hours per week year round regardless of breaks such as winter spring and summer break Students with two active positions must plan their schedules so as not to exceed 20 hours total per week Students should not exceed eight 8 hours in one day Wages Student employees are paid on an hourly rate Pay rates are set between 9 00 10 00 per hour depending on the student s years of student employment The Office of Human Resources will determine and set the student s pay rate based on the table below Earnings are paid to students in the form of a bi weekly paycheck Students are responsible for timekeeping and submitting their timesheets Pay checks should be picked up in the Business Office Direct Deposit is not available Year of Student Employment Effective Thru 12 31 15 Effective 01 01 16 Year 1 9 00 10 00 Year 2 9 25 10 25 Year 3 9 50 10 50 Year 4 Beyond 9 75 10 75 POET Intern Program 10 00 11 00 The minimum hourly rate of pay is aligned with California state minimum wage Students may never be paid an hourly rate less than the state minimum 9 00 per hour effective July 1 2014 and 10 00 effective January 1 2016 The Pay Rate Table remains in effect each academic year and summer unless otherwise informed by Human Resources Summer positions at the main campus are set at an hourly rate equal to the California state minimum wage All exception funded students working during the summer will be paid at the standard hourly rate regardless of their hourly rate during the academic year Overtime Student employees may not exceed 20 hours per week and are encouraged not to work shifts of eight hours in length However should a student employee work more than eight 8 hours in one day the student employee will be paid at one and one half times 1 5 their regular hourly rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of eight 8 hours in one 1 day All overtime should be requested approved by the supervisor in advance Students who have worked overtime should be aware to enter the time in the appropriate overtime field on their timesheet Rest Meal Breaks Students are eligible for rest and meal breaks as follows Student employees are eligible to a paid 10 minute break for every 4 hours of continuous work Students who will work more than 5 hours of continuous work will receive an unpaid meal period of at least 30 minutes However students who do not work more than 6 hours of continuous work may voluntarily agree to waive in writing their right to a meal period Students working more than 6 hours of continuous work may not waive the meal period and may not work through it Students working more than 6 hours continuously must take an unpaid meal period of at least 30 minutes Rest and meal breaks may not be combined Paid Sick Time As mandated by the state of California all student employees are eligible to receive 24 hours of paid sick time per fiscal year Upon initial completion of 30 days of employment all students will be eligible to receive 24 hours of paid sick leave but may not begin using sick time until their 90th day of employment This waiting period applies to all student workers hired for the first time on July 1 2015 and after However any student worker who began employment prior to 07 01 15 and has already completed 90 days of employment does not need to wait 90 days and may begin using their sick time immediately upon resuming their position Student employees should give as much notice as possible for planned appointments and should give as much notice as possible for unforeseen instances Students cannot be penalized for taking their available sick time Paid sick time is to be the equivalent of the student s regular scheduled shift or lost hours nothing more California Sick Leave provides time off for the employee or his her family member for the following reasons Diagnosis care or treatment of an existing health condition or preventative care Doctor appointments To stay home if ill to avoid coming to work and infecting others To allow employee time off if victimized by domestic violence sexual assault and stalking Family member is defined as Parent adoptive biological foster step or parent s spouse child adoptive biological

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  • Forms | Whittier College
    Alma Mater Admission Aid First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us Campus Life Campus Life Home Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Human Resources Slide Human Resources Prev Next In This Section Human Resources Mobile Home Employment at Whittier Administrative and Support Staff Opportunities Faculty Opportunities Student Employment Opportunities Student Employment FAQs Student Employee Handbook Supervisor Information Forms Employee Benefits Benefits Portal Information Forms Contact Us You are here Home Human Resources Forms Forms On 22 Apr 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments Student Employment Action Request SEAR Form Student Employee Responsibilities Student Web Time Entry Guide Payroll Schedule Voluntary Assignment Acknowledgment Payroll Check to be Mailed Request Form I

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  • Benefits Portal | Whittier College
    Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Human Resources Slide Human Resources Prev Next In This Section Human Resources Mobile Home Employment at Whittier Administrative and Support Staff Opportunities Faculty Opportunities Student Employment Opportunities Student Employment FAQs Student Employee Handbook Supervisor Information Forms Employee Benefits Benefits Portal Information Forms Contact Us You are here Home Human Resources Benefits Portal Benefits Portal On 22 Apr 2013 By rrafferty 0 Comments The Human Resources Office is proud to bring you BeneTrac a self service benefits portal that allows you the freedom to manage your own benefits online It is designed to help employees and their family access answers to important Benefits HR and Health Wellness questions quickly and conveniently in a secure environment Enrolling or making changes to your benefit plan is as simple as a click of a mouse from the convenience of your home office or mobile device and best of all it is paperless The BeneTrac portal helps benefit eligible employees learn about your employee benefits and take the actions you need to get the most out of the College s benefit plans Employees can find the benefit summaries for each of the different plans offered by Whittier College compare plans and rates review eligibility requirements and search for providers A BeneTrac User Guide is available to assist you in navigating the benefits portal BeneTrac also includes the opportunity to chat with a live representative and a Resource Library that includes all benefit plan summaries We hope you find this system helpful and convenient It s one more step in our continuing efforts to make your information easier to understand and more accessible To access the BeneTrac Benefits Portal click on the

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  • Articulation Agreements | Whittier College
    Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us Campus Life Campus Life Home Getting Involved Housing Food Health Exercise Sustainability Student Support First Year at Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Admission ApplyingSlider Apply for Admission Prev Next In This Section Admission mobile First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us You are here Home Articulation Agreements Articulation Agreements On 12 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Find copies of our articulation agreements with local community colleges below Cerritos College City Colleges of Chicago Cottey College East Los Angeles College El Camino College Fullerton College Georgia Perimeter College Long Beach City College Marymount College Mount St Mary s College Mt San Antonio College Pasadena City College Orange Coast College Pima

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  • Class Visits | Whittier College
    Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Admission OurCampusSlider Get To Know Us Prev Next In This Section Admission mobile First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us You are here Home Admission Get to Know Us Class Visits Class Visits On 25 Nov 2013 By mramos1 0 Comments A Class Visit provides prospective students the opportunity to experience the unique and dynamic academic environment at Whittier College Opportunities available for Class Visits include Attend a class Eat lunch in our dining facilities with current students Participate in an Information Session Campus Tour Class Visits take place Monday Thursday throughout the academic year September April excluding holidays campus breaks and reading exam periods Due to the high level of customization each student receives the actual start and end time may vary with each visit We will maximize your time on campus while being sensitive to your

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/admission/our/visit/dayvisits (2016-01-26)
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  • Overnight Visits | Whittier College
    Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Admission OurCampusSlider Get To Know Us Prev Next In This Section Admission mobile First Year Students International Students Transfer Students Graduate Students Get to Know Us Apply for Admission Financial Aid Costs Admitted Students Contact Us You are here Home Admission Get to Know Us Overnight Visits Overnight Visits On 25 Nov 2013 By mramos1 0 Comments An Overnight Visit provides prospective students with a comprehensive experience of Whittier College Opportunities available for Overnight Visits include Stay with an Overnight Host in one of our residence halls Eat meals in our dining facilities with current students Engage with other students in on campus activities Attend a class Participate in an Information Session Campus Tour One night stays are available Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the academic year September April excluding holidays campus breaks and reading exam periods Reservations are limited to one night only Stays begin at 5 00 p m and end the following afternoon One night stays in April are for admitted students only When packing for your overnight visit please remember to bring A towel Toiletries Season Appropriate Clothes Due to the high level of customization each student receives the actual start and end time may vary with each visit We will maximize your time on campus while being sensitive to your time Please let us know if you have any concerns regarding the timing of your visit After your request is

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