This website is best viewed in a browser that supports web standards.
Skip to content or, if you would rather, Skip to navigation.
The Career Pathing Program is an enhanced Student Employment Program. The Program came about as a result of a collection of research. Northwest conducted its first Student Employment Satisfaction Survey in 2003. The information collected from the survey along with research conducted by a Marketing Research Class Project initiated the development of the Career Pathing Program.
The Student Employment Satisfaction Survey was implemented to enhance student employment at Northwest by gaining insight into the attitudes and opinions of current on-campus student employees.
The Student Employment Satisfaction Survey is conducted annually. The participation of the survey has continually increased over the years since it has begun. In November 2006 nearly 80% of all student employees participated in the survey.
Some of the conclusions of the first survey conduced in November 2003 were:
The objective of a Marketing Research Project completed by seven Northwest students was to gather information on other training/compensation based programs at other colleges and universities. The research was conducted in Spring 2004. There were 38 out of 41 peer institutions that were contacted by telephone and participated in a survey.
Conclusions of the Marketing Research Project
Student employees have the opportunity to advance to a new level of pay and responsibility once they have completed the specified criteria.
|Level I||Student Employee||Starting Salary||$7.35|
|Level II||Student Assistant||Pay plus raise of $0.25||$7.60|
|Level III||Student Associate||Raise another $0.25||$7.85|
|Level IV||Student Manager||Raise another $0.25||$8.10|