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SPEAKER: Welcome to the Office of Student Employment. We are so excited that you have hired a student who has a federal work-study award. Let's start off by meeting a couple of important individuals from our office.
MICHELE GEORGE: Hi, welcome to the Office of Student Employment, and my name is Michelle George. I am the student employment consultant here in the Office of Student Employment. I will work closely with you and your students connected in your work-study award, to their work-study position. Also, I have the opportunity to work very close with our community work-study coordinator, Angie Cannon. I will now allow Angie to introduce herself.
ANGIE CANNON: Hi, I'm Angie cannon. I'm the community work-study coordinator. I work with students doing background checks and I-9 verifications. I also work with community work-study agencies. And I look forward to working with you in the community work-study program.
SPEAKER: Now that you have met Angie and Michelle, let's begin. Angie and Michelle work hand-in-hand to handle the process of eDoc approval, adjustments to work-study, background checks, and I-9 appointments for community work-study agencies. There is an e-learning course entitled All Things Work-Study that was developed to help supervisors, payroll processors, and fiscal officers understand work-study and how it works here IUPUI.
But now, let's talk about work-study. You posted a job on the Handshake, which led to getting an awesome student employee for hire. The student employee has completed that Federal Work-Study authorization form and met the background check and I-9 requirements.
The next step is to give the Federal Work-Study authorization form to your payroll processor to attach to the eDoc. The payroll processor must attach the form to the eDoc at the time of submission. In some cases, the form is not attached, which would cause Angie to reach out to you.
It also puts a delay in the approval process for the student. Federal Work-Study authorization forms must be attached to all hire and maintain eDocs. If you ever have questions about work-study or a certain situation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office will notify you of any changes to your student employee's work-study award.
We work closely with the Office of Student Financial Services, who determines eligibility for work-study awards. They let us know when an award is increased, decreased, or removed from the student's account. The decrease or removal situations happen if the student has received a scholarship, withdraws from classes, or they are no longer eligible to use their work-study award.
We hope that this information has been helpful to you. And as we've mentioned before, do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com for any work-study related questions. Be sure to have an awesome year.