WSASEA   Washington State Association of Student Employment Administrators
Collectively addressing post-secondary student employment issues since 1979

Welcome to WSASEA!

Bringing together the officials of postsecondary institutions, and other interested parties in the state of Washington who are involved with student employment programs to collectively address issues and concerns related to student employment.

Joining WSASEA is an excellent way to obtain information, instruction, and support from caring colleagues across the state. You will have access to networking opportunities with fellow administrators from the whole range of institituional types: community colleges, public universities and colleges, private religious and non profit colleges and universities, trade schools, and for-profit institutions.

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Fall Town 2016



WHO: WSASEA members and anyone else actively involved in Student Employment administration that wants to learn more!

WHAT: A day devoted to Student Employment. Networking, Presentations and Roundtable Discussions.

WHERE: Pacific Lutheran University, Anderson University Center – Room 133.
Parking is included!

WHEN: November 1st, 9am-3pm

WHY: Connect with fellow Student Employment administrators, learn valuable information, and complete your own Myers-Briggs test. Lunch is FREE for WSASEA members!

Please RSVP by emailing Vice- President Rachel Lee at

You MUST RSVP to receive your parking pass and MBTI Assessment!



9-9:30: Arrival and Networking

9-9:30: Call to Order and Housekeeping

10-10:45: WSAC Update

10:45-11: Stretch Break

11-12: Guest Speaker – Tommy Skaggs

12-1:15: Lunch and Networking

1:15-2: Business Meeting – Secretary and Treasurer Reports

2-3: Roundtable Discussion, JLD


  • JLD Utilization
  • State Work Study Utilization
  • Program Review Information
  • Foster Youth Information
  • CtCLink Implementation


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Tommy Skaggs will be performing a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Assessment session at Fall Town 2016.

This session will cover what the MBTI is, how differences can be used in the workplace, and ideas regarding how to find job duties that play into an individual’s strengths. Prior to Fall Town, Tommy will send a link and instructions to take the assessment and will cover results during the session.

Tommy Skaggs is Manager of Student Employment and Technology at Pacific Lutheran University, a WSASEA member since 2012, and former WSASEA Vice President. He graduated with an MBA in December and has been MBTI Certified since February 2015.

Did you know there is a great survey tool available for State Work Study student feedback?

Check it out and urge your SWS students to weigh in on the benefits of this wonderful program!

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