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May 31, 2024

Participant Applications Due

June 26, 2024

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NASPA Escaleras Institute

Division/Group Events Supporting the Profession Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Latinx/a/o AVP or "Number Two" Mid-Level Senior Level

With the growing population of Latinx/a/o students entering colleges and universities, NASPA is dedicated to addressing the underrepresentation of Latinx/a/o higher education professionals, particularly those at the senior level who can serve as role models and mentors. Escaleras participants will build essential competencies with a cohort of Latinx/a/o higher education professionals who are dedicated to leading in a vibrant, diverse, global, and socially just higher education environment. Participants will explore current research, pathways to administrative leadership, and challenges and opportunities in leading colleges and universities as Latinx/a/o educators.

This professional development opportunity is designed for self-identified Latinx/a/o student affairs professionals with four or more years of experience in higher education. To facilitate learning and appropriate enrichment, participants will be grouped in a professional-level track according to their current functional level and years of experience.

We are thrilled to announce that the 2024 Escaleras Institute will take place at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. 

Questions:Monica Nixon ([email protected]

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Escaleras: Learning Outcomes

  • Be exposed to, and have the opportunity to collaborate with, Latinx/a/o chief executives and senior student affairs officers
  • Incorporate core competencies, knowledge, skills, experiences, and abilities that are germane to those assuming vice president for student affairs and president positions in the future
  • Explore higher education career pathways and develop and action plan as a Latinx/a/o student affairs professional
  • Apply culturally relevant leadership skills that leverage the strengths of Latinx/a/o culture and honors Latinx/a/o heritage
  • Network with a cohort of Latinx/a/o higher education professionals who are dedicated to leading in a vibrant, diverse, global, and socially just higher education environment
  • Recognize professional organization service opportunities which advance Latinx/a/o student affairs community development (e.g., mentor for a NASPA Undergraduate Fellowship Program, serve on planning team for Latinx/a/o Knowledge Community pre-conference, coordinate local, state, or regional pre-conference institutes)