January Announcements!


February 1, 2017

January Announcements

 

Spring Semester

Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to your clients last semester! We are looking to making 2017 our best one yet! For many of you, you are still on winter break, but the Spring Semester at Student Experience is well underway. By now you should all know your schedules. If there are any concerns or if you are looking for more hours, please see Tracy.

 

Winter Blues

If you’re looking for something to do with your client that will get you out of the house, here are some ideas for adults and kids! Remember, if you go somewhere that costs money, the responsible party or client are responsible for paying. Often, as PCAs you can get in for free. Call ahead of time and they will let you know! They may say you need something from Student Experience stating you are a PCA. Please let Tracy know and she would be more than happy to help you!

  • Crayola Experience and Sea Life at Mall of America
  • Science Museum of Minnesota
  • Minnesota Children’s Museum
  • Minnesota History Museum
  • Local Recreation Center

 

Classroom Announcements!

Interested in earning extra cash as the holiday season approaches? There’s an easy and quick way with Student Experience! To earn an extra $25, all you have to do is make a classroom announcement about your work with Student Experience! How easy is that? The even better part is that if one of your classmates applies with us and gets hired, you also get the $150 bonus!

 

We value every single one of you as employees and appreciate everything you do for us and your clients. If we could each of you, we would! So get your pals in here and earn that extra money – there’s never a bad time to get $150!

 


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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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