Adult Learners & Students with Children KC to Introduce Open Forums
Welcome message and instructions for joining the ALSC KC quarterly open meetings.
Finding a Fresh Perspective in Facilitation
Rooted in Rollins College’s academic mission of educating students for global citizenship and responsible leadership, Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action is intended to expose and engage students, faculty, and staff in critical cultural, social, political and structural issues in the community through weekend and weeklong experiences of community engagement.
From Theory to Practice through Alternative Break Programs
During our recent Spring Break, our students created numerous partnerships, including “Give Kids the World” in Kissimmee, Florida, the Avery County Habitat for Humanity in Elk Park, North Carolina, and also sponsored a service-learning trip to New Orleans, Louisiana. The students exemplified Kouzes and Posner’s five practices of Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and Encourage the Heart through these alternative break trips. Through nightly reflections and post-trip debriefing reunions, the students assessed their experiences and the application of theory to practice. And of course, there was significant social media engagement before, during, and after the trips.
Last day to submit a Program for the 2016 Student Affairs Fundraising Conference
Today is the last day to submit a program to #2016SAFC! Get yours in here: http://bit.ly/1oXQgHw
“Service is the rent we pay for living on this earth”
Service is one of the most important things that we can do. Nathan Victoria uses the example of our new Board Chair, Dr. Lori White, to show how even the smallest volunteer acts can lead to a lifetime of involvement with NASPA and student affairs.
How do I Adult?
In need of a how-to article on taking the next steps in your career? "Adulting" is hard but this author is here to help! Discover 4 ways below that you can advance your job search and/or professional goals.