Google Docs, Colleagues, and Future Leaders: Chair of the 2015 NASPA Undergraduate Pre-Conference
This past spring, I was afforded the opportunity to serve as the Chair of the NASPA Undergraduate Pre-Conference planning committee. I found this experience to be both professionally and personally rewarding, renewing, and refocusing.
If you don’t already know… NUFP is the stuff!
My participation in the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program has provided me with access to countless experiences that have contributed tremendously to the student and young adult that I am today. My NUFP transformation began in 2013, at the start of my sophomore year of college.
How #NASPA15 Allows Me to ‘Navigate With Courage” in #SA
The New Professional and Graduate Student Knowledge Community (NPGS KC) for Region IV-East continues their brief blog series to allow members to reflect on their time in New Orleans at #NASPA15. This week, NPGS KC IV-E member Derrick Robinson at Indiana State University shares his thoughts and reflections regarding the Annual Conference.
Reflections on City Year: My Gap Year on the highway to a Student Affairs Career
We hear these words thrown around all the time, “There’s no one path into the field of student affairs.” For me, taking a gap year before graduate school, specifically spending that gap year serving with City Year Providence, was the best decision I have ever made!
Three members of the GLBT KC Leadership Team Reflect on their time in New Orleans
NASPA Right Now: Letter from NASPA President Kevin Kruger
In this special edition of NASPA Right Now, NASPA President Kevin Kruger has penned an open letter to further discuss Indiana's SB 101, its impact on the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference, and how NASPA is responding.