ASAP Registration
ASAP, or Advancing Students as Professionals is a mandatory training for all student employees at SFA. In addition, student employees may be asked to attend by their supervisor or department. To schedule your ASAP training, please complete and submit the form below.

If you have any questions, please contact Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD), Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at (936) 468-3305.

Full Name
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Student ID Number
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Phone Number
Please list the number you can be reached at most often.
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Employing Department
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Supervisor
Please do not list student supervisors.
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Your Position
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Please select the training you would like to attend.
Selecting “Other” is only to be utilized by students with legitimate extenuating circumstances. A team member will contact you to schedule a training.
ASAP Pre-Test
1. It’s okay to clock in more than five minutes early or clock out more than five minutes late as long as I’m accurately reporting the hours worked.
2. People don’t expect my level of professionalism to be as high as a full-time staff member.
3. It's rude to take notes when assisting a customer because it appears like I'm not listening.
4. One benefit of working on campus is that you get to study when it’s slow.
5. Lisa works at the Graphics Shop where she organizes and works with clients to determine their design needs. She frequently collaborates with design team to ensure that her part of the project accurately meets the customer’s request/needs. In addition, Lisa is always willing to assist her colleagues and she displays a friendly disposition, which makes her a pleasure to work with. What skill is she displaying?
6. It is okay if I keep my cell phone on vibrate while at work.
7. Student ID #s and social security numbers are both considered confidential.
8. On-campus employment experiences aren’t really relevant to my post-graduation plans.
9. Jessie is a Student Assistant at the Early Childhood Research Center. Upon arriving to work, she realizes that there are twice as many students as usual and not enough craft supplies. She needs to figure out a way to entertain 30 students with limited supplies. She creates a quick lesson on teamwork and sharing, in which the students work in pairs to create an art project. What skill is she displaying?
When working with a customer who's request is outside your normal job duties, you should respond with "that is not my job, but let me direct you to the appropriate department"
11. Colleen is an Orientation Leader and has been assigned the task of creating a flyer for the Weeks of Welcome events. While working, she realizes that incorporating orientation’s social media platforms into the advertising plan will reach a larger audience. She pitches her marketing plan to her supervisor, who agrees that it is a great idea and encourages her to move forward. What skill is she displaying?
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