Student Worker Program
Student workers are needed to serve as assistants in monitoring the concurrent sessions, as well as registration, at the SFS Annual Meeting in Jacksonville. To help defray expenses, students will be paid a stipend for each day worked. These positions will pay $50 for half-day monitors, $100 for full day monitors, and $125 for 8 hours as registration assistants. Please note that conference registration as a student is the main qualification for participation. Details are contained in the special email sent to all students registered for the conference. Check it out for this important information!
Questions? Contact Sue Rulla (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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