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Student Employment Handbook - Version 4.0 This is our comprehensive guide to student employment processes and policies for students. We advise reviewing this document as you start your job search at Georgetown so you know what you need to do and what resources are available to you.
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The Student Employment Office has established a peer advising program that will assist in outreach to more students who are seeking on-campus employment guidance as it relates to Federal Work-Study & Non-Federal Work-Study opportunities to students in our current remote environment. To find out more about the SEO Peer Advisors click here.
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Reporting Work-Related Concerns: If you are facing a problem within your position as a student employee that you do not feel comfortable discussing with your supervisor, please feel free to contact the Student Employment Office at (202) 687-4187. From there, the SEO will help you to facilitate resolution of the issue, and bring in other resources that may be helpful as needed.