Stacey Stevens

Director, Student Employment

Stacey Stevens

Stacey leads our Student Employment program to offer enhanced service to both students and their supervisors. She develops and implements strategy for Student Employment at DU, while managing its functions, including training supervisors to provide excellent employment experiences. Our goal is to provide equitable, meaningful learning opportunities for all student employees and to prepare them for successful employment after DU. With this in mind, all training topics and processes emphasize the intersection of diversity, equity & inclusion and career development.

Prior to this position, Stacey worked as a career coach & advisor to students and managed departmental student employee programs. She has worked in both corporate recruiting, training and development, and higher education. She earned her BA in Sociology from the University of California San Diego and her MA in Higher Education from the University of Denver. Outside of work, she enjoys bike touring with her partner, rock climbing, comedy, and spending time with her dogs, Walle and Tiny.

“I was born to color.” – her 6-year-old niece.

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10 Ways to Show Appreciation to Your Student Employee

The Week of April 12th is Student Employee Appreciation Week! It’s an entire week to recognize student employees’ contribution to the campus and community through their work while attending college. Effective recognition should be fair (everyone should be appreciated in …

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Orientation for Student Employees in Canvas

Great news! 

All newly hired student employees who have not worked on-campus in the past year are auto-enrolled in Student Employee Orientation through Canvas. Given the often-hectic and varied schedule of our student employees, we designed a course suited to …

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On-Boarding Checklist for Student Employees

Follow the checklist below to successfully on-board your student employee(s).
Prior to First Day
Create training & 1:1 meeting plan for the quarter.
Schedule time to greet student and complete first day agenda items.
Send the New Hire Survey via …

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Career Skills for Students & Student Employees

Students and student employees have the opportunity to learn important career skills in their positions. Learning these skills now, in an educational environment and with a great supervisor, makes them more prepared for the world of work.

Based on extensive …

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Student Employee Hiring Checklist

If you would like to hire a student employee but are new to the process, be sure to follow each step listed below.  Before completing these steps on your own, check with your department to see if there is an …

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Student Employment Positions in PCO

For students interested in working while pursuing their studies and gaining valuable skills and experience, our student employment positions are a great opportunity. We have both work-study funded and non-work study funded positions posted in PCO, DU’s central online internship …

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Reducing Negative Self-Talk through the Job/Internship Process

Reducing Negative Self-Talk through the Job/Internship Process
written by Career Peer Advisor Alyssa Bekerman

If you’re like me, then it’s very easy for you to spiral into racing thoughts of negative self-talk about finding a job or internship. Such thoughts …

By Stacey Stevens
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Combating “All or Nothing” Thinking Through the Job Search Process

Combating “All or Nothing” Thinking Through the Job Search Process
written by Career Peer Advisor, Alyssa Bekerman

Are you a graduating student who’s thinking something like “I’ll never find a job,” “I have no experience,” or “I need to have …

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How to Cultivate Empathy in the Workplace in Difficult Times

When empathy is part of a workplace culture, employees are happier and more productive, leading to greater success all around. And while difficult circumstances require more empathy than usual, they also make it easy for this crucial skill to get …

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Summer Internship Award Program Recipient Spotlight: Grace Williams – US Embassy in the Philippines

Grace Williams is a senior at DU studying International Studies and International Business. Through the Summer Internship Award Program, which provides funding for unpaid internships, Grace interned last summer with the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines  as a Public Diplomacy …

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