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The Difference to Help You Get a STEP Ahead

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"STEP allowed me to make connections on campus and gain more information on the different resources on campus." 

Research shows that students who work on campus graduate at a higher rate and report higher satisfaction with their college experience. STEP offers on-campus jobs with flexible schedules, and so much more...

STEP goes further and offers employees an opportunity to belong to a cohort of student employees, engage in guided reflections with supervisors, and attend professional development opportunities with the ISU Career Center.

The cohort structure allows you to meet friends and build relationships. Guided reflection gives you stronger connections to campus personnel and resources. Professional Development opportunities help you articulate the skills you're gaining to help you get your next job

The best part, all these bonuses do not equal extra work, they're part of the job. Meaning you get paid to get a step ahead.