Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee

Career and Workforce Development Supporting the Profession Community Mid-Level

NASPA's Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee helps shape the ongoing development of NASPA’s mid-level initiatives. The Steering Committee works to ensure that mid-level relevant programs are offered during regional and national events.

The Steering Committee strives to encourage excellence in mid-level positions through professional development, knowledge creation and sharing, networking opportunities, and recognition aimed at the roles of mid-level administrators. 

Get Involved

Are you a mid-level administrator who would like to contribute to the mid-level initiatives offered at NASPA? Well, now is your chance!

The Steering Committee is comprised of 20 mid-level administrators who serve at a wide variety of institutional types throughout NASPA’s seven regions. For the purpose of the Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee, NASPA defines mid-level administrators as those student affairs professionals who serve in roles between (and not including) entry-level positions and AVP (and the equivalent) roles.

To read more about this opportunity, the responsibilities, and the application process, please click here or the button below.

 

We'll be accepting applications through Sunday, October 2, 2022.

Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee

Responsibilities

A committee member’s responsibilities include:

  • Serve as a founding member of a NASPA leadership group and actively participate in the development of the committee and its initiatives
  • Commit to a one- or two-year term.
  • Prepare for, attend, and contribute to steering committee meetings.
    • Meetings are held monthly via Zoom. 
    • The Steering Committee also meets during the NASPA Annual Conference; the ability to attend the NASPA Annual Conference is not a requirement of the role.
  • Coordinate, assist with, and/or be the liaison to one or more of the committee’s initiatives. These initiatives vary. Members select according to their interest and availability.

 
A committee member’s role is to:

  • Understand the purpose of the Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee in the larger context of NASPA.
  • Determine and implement the Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee’s mission, vision, goals, and initiatives.
  • Determine and monitor the committee’s progress delivering programs and services.
  • Monitor and understand the needs of the Mid-level Administrators community. What are their needs?
  • Monitor and understand the needs of the larger higher education community. Are there opportunities for NASPA and/or the Steering Committee? 
  • Provide channels for communication.
  • Assist with identification of volunteers.
  • Assist with effective outreach related to programs, services, mission, and purpose.
Qualifications

Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee members must be:

  • Current members of NASPA
  • Currently working at an institution of higher education as a mid-level administrator

 

For the purpose of the Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee, NASPA defines mid-level administrators as those student affairs professionals who serve in roles between (and not including) entry-level positions and AVP (and the equivalent) roles.

Application Process

Ready to apply? Click here to access the application!

Interested candidates will be asked to upload during the application process:

    (1) a current resume or C.V. and

    (2) a PDF document that includes the responses to the following questions:

            A. Why are you interested in serving as a member of the Mid-level Administrators Steering Committee?

            B. For how many years and months have you served as a student affairs professional?

            C. Please describe your past and current involvement in NASPA (if any).

 

We'll be accepting applications through Sunday, October 2, 2022.