April Announcements!

May 3, 2017

April Announcements

Hello Everyone!  Spring IS Finally here! Hope everyone is off to a great start! Student Experience to start planning the schedules for the Summer Semester. During the month of May your Relations Manager will be creating the Summer Semester Schedules (June 1st – Aug. 31st). There is still a hand full of PCAs that have not submitted their availabilities sheets and Alex, the relations manager will be calling you to get those in. They must be turned in by May 5th, no later than 4 PM. Please do not wait until the last minute to send these in since clients are wanting to know if they have a PCA to help them. Clients are wanting the schedules done by the middle of May, for this reason we need PCAs to turn in the summer transition forms to Alex, the Students Relation Manager. If you have already worked out your schedule with your client(s) please be sure to let your Relations Manager know ASAP. Remember that start of a new semester is the perfect time to add a different type of experience to your resume, we have so many families with different diagnoses and schedules…we know we can create the perfect match for you.

Please remember, if you know you are planning to be out of town at any given time, YOU MUST find a fill in for your schedule shift. If you need a reminder or a refresher on how to go about finding fill ins please ask your relations manager.office

New Office Members

As many of you know last month we welcomed Julie, our new Office Manager. This month we are also welcoming Molly, our new Care Supervisor here in the Twin Cities and Jennifer, a Care Supervisor in Duluth. They will be contacting PCAs when their 30 or 90-day meeting with your clients are due, so be sure to make them feel welcome!


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About Gregg Saunders

Gregg Saunders is passionate about helping others grow and reach their future success.  He has been President of Student Experience since 1993.  He has brought a unique combination of student development and business together, effectively challenging and supporting students to accomplish more than they thought they could.

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