After you've completed your three training nights (open-to-close), you can get paid to observe. Starting rate is $10.75/hr. Note that undergrad students can not work more than 40 hours/week at MSU, so keep this in mind if combining MORP with other MSU jobs.

After you've completed your three training nights, email Laura to tell her that you plan to stick with MORP. She'll tell Brenda Wenzlick that she approves you to be hired.

If you have never worked on campus, you will also need to go online and fill out section 1 of the I-9 form before you see Lerena to be processed. When you finish filling out Section I, at the end, you will be presented with a list of documents that you can choose from to bring in to show Lerena so she can complete Section II of the I-9 form.

Next, talk to Lerena Heintzelman (; Office in BPS 3251) and get officially hired and processed (bringing the necessary documents, as specified by the I9 website). Hiring and processing can take from one to three weeks or more. Things might be especially complicated if you are an international student, so be sure to talk to Lerena early if this is you.

Once you are hired, you are ready to submit timesheets! You can find a blank template here. Timesheets are due every-other Monday. Take a look at the schedule here; and get your timesheet to Laura by the last day of the pay period. Just email your filled-in timesheet to Laura by that Saturday evening, and she will approve it and forward it on to Brenda Wenzlick (; BPS 3218), for you to be paid.

You might want to review the student employment manual.

Contact Brenda Wenzlick (; Office in BPS 3218) with questions about payroll (Lerena is in charge of hiring you, and Brenda processes timesheets/pay).

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