TAMUG Wellness Program
New Student Worker Training
As part of the Human Resources Department’s New Student Worker Orientation process, TAMUG Career Services will provide basic professional etiquette training to new student workers. Training sessions are scheduled to last approximately 60 minutes and cover topics including positive attitude, customer service, punctuality, attendance, proper work attire, phone etiquette, etc.
Workshops are being offered in the Library Large Study Room (#126).
Any and all student workers are welcome to attend and participation can be made mandatory at the discretion of each department. Departments may contact Ken Bailey (email@example.com or ext. 4725) to arrange for verification of attendance if participation is required.
Human Resources is located in Bldg. 3027, Room 123 - Office Hours 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday to Friday
You will receive an email when your background chek has been completed with a list of available dates/times for orientation. Orientation takes approximately ONE hour. Please respond to that email promptly as time slots are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Please contact Tina Pennington at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding student employment or new student worker orientation.
When you arrive for Orientation you MUST bring the required documentation:
I-9 Documentation - This is NOT the I-9 form itself; a complete list of acceptable documents is listed below
Social Security Card - original or copy (if using the card for the purposes of fulfilling the I-9 requirement, you MUST present the ORIGINAL card)
Banking information (Routing and Account number) for direct deposit setup
You cannot complete your Orientation without these documents and students cannot begin work until the New Student Orientation has been completed.
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