The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship. The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.In addition to the above criteria, an internship agreement that has been approved by the Office of General Counsel must be signed by the intern, and then sent to Human Resources for final approval attached with an Internship Payment Request.
Texas Pay Day Law requires that nonexempt employees must be paid at least semi-monthly.The student PAF is the appropriate form to use to hire a regular student employee and must be submitted on time in order to pay the student on time.Employment with ACU is “at will”, which means that either the student or ACU may terminate the relationship at any time. Taxes on Student Earnings Students who are employed by ACU are exempt from paying Social Security taxes if they are enrolled and attending classes at a minimum of half-time hours.(For international students, see Section VIII.) This exemption also applies to employment that continues during school breaks of 5 weeks or less.In particular, these policies do not constitute a contract (nor should they be construed as a contract) guaranteeing employment for any specified duration.
Except as set forth in writing in collective bargaining agreements, individual employment contracts, or other College policies, either the employee or the College may terminate the employment relationship at any time, for any reason.
Resident Assistant A resident assistant is a student serving in a residence hall who participates in a bona fide educational program and receives remuneration in the form of free board and a monthly stipend.
Resident Assistants are responsible for community development in their hall, including taking care of the social, physical and spiritual needs of their residents.
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Employees who are covered by collective bargaining agreements should refer to those agreements for information regarding benefits and terms and conditions of employment.
Student employees (excluding Resident Assistants & Graduate Assistants) may hold more than one student position on campus; however they may not work more than a total of 25 hours per week for all positions.