NASPA is offering fantastic deals on ten of our online presentations! Register before June 25 at 11:59 pm (ET) to access any of the following programs for $19 each!
- #BossLady: Career Advancement is More than Serendipity
Is it luck? Is it hard work? Is it who you know? Let's review how to advance your student affairs career while taking into account the unique goals and outcomes each person may have for their career.
- 12 Touchpoints in 12 Months: Interventions that Make a Difference for At-Risk Students
Learn best practices for advising underserved student populations at community colleges from the premiere pathway to baccalaureate leaders!
- 8 Keys to Improve and Overhaul Your Hiring Process
It’s 2020. It is time to look at how we create a compelling brand that attracts candidates, improve the assessment of candidates, get the most out of interviews, create an inclusive experience, and approach cost management.
- Beyond Binaries: Supporting Bisexual, Pansexual, Fluid, and Queer-Identified Students
Step beyond the binary and learn how to support students with nonmonosexual and BPFQ identities.
- CUNY LEADS & Project REACH - Preparing Students with Disabilities for Successful Career Outcomes
Historically, students with disabilities have often been reluctant to participate in centralized campus services such as career offices, campus clubs, etc. and relied on the services of the campus disability offices. Learn from highly successful program models, data, and case studies that demonstrate how to support students with disabilities to achieve successful career outcomes.
- Heroes and Villains: Moving Beyond the Bystander Intervention Framework
To create attitudinal and behavioral change, we need to find ways of having meaningful, honest, and critical conversations about the harm we observe and – often unconsciously and unintentionally – engage in. In this framework, this live briefing moves the conversation beyond traditional bystander intervention programs and teaches participants simple skills to address harmful behavior they witness, but also open themselves up to feedback when they have caused harm to others.
- How Mental Health Impacts Scholarship Recipient Degree Attainment and Financial Aid Eligibility
64% of those who leave college do so for mental health reasons. This presentation will focus on how Purdue Promise, a scholarship program for low-income students from Indiana, collaborates with mental health professionals to support students in keeping their scholarships and persisting towards graduation.
- Increasing Access and Success for Adult Learners
Community colleges have a long history of access, inclusion, and opportunity. This module introduces community college practices and programs that effectively support adult learners, provides opportunities for participants to assess their knowledge and skills in a variety of areas related to supporting adult learners, and shares research results that demonstrate what colleges and universities can learn from their community college colleagues.
- Supporting the New Student Experience through Intentional Transition Collaborations
Transition to college is not accomplished by a single event – orientation is not a “one-and-done” enterprise. This session will discuss the movement of “transition” within the orientation, transition and retention field while articulating the role of cross-campus collaborations leading to student success.
- Synergistic Supervision of Entry-Level SA Professionals: A Cross-Cultural Examination
Entry-level student affairs staff are the profession's future. This session takes an in depth look at approaching supervision critically and cross-culturally to create a better future for the student affairs profession.
Sale pricing available from June 23, 2020 at 12:00 AM through June 25, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern. Must be a NASPA member in order to qualify for special sale pricing. Not a member? Join now and get in on the discount!