Online Briefing Series for Women

Based on feedback from the NASPA membership, the Center for Women developed an online briefing series on a variety of hard and soft skills that tie to student affairs and higher education.  These programs will be offered every other month beginning August 2016 and will focus on issues relevant toward women in the field of higher education and student affairs. This website will continue to be updated with upcoming programs and registration information.   Memebers are encouraged to register and encourage to bring staff members participate in the presentation as well. 

February Online Briefing 

This online briefing will take place on Thursday, February 16, 2:00-3:00 EST

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Landing the job you want: Top 10 strategies  to capitalize on the job search process

Whether you are embarking on your first professional position or considering advancing your career, navigating the job search process can be filled with moments of excitement and trepidation. This session will provide helpful strategies for participants to consider as they take the next steps in their professional journey and seek employment in student affairs. Learn the skills to transform your job search and become employer’s top candidate!

As a result of this program:
  • Participants will learn successful strategies to employ during the job search process for maximum effectiveness;
  • Participants will become familiar with ways to optimize their resume and cover letter;
  • Participants will gain an understanding of what employers in Higher Education are seeking in top candidates.    
Presenter Background​
  • Tina Kuhlengel Horvath

    With 20 years of experience recruiting and hiring graduate and professional staff at a national level, Tina brings a comprehensive perspective to the topic of job searches. As a recruiter, she has experienced extraordinary success with bring top level talent to institutions of higher education. Tina currently serves as the Director of Residential Life at one of the largest institutions in the country, Arizona State University. Tina frequently gives presentations on recruiting and job search practices and has presented in a variety of formats at multiple regional and national conferences. (TPE, NASPA, ACUHO-I, AIMHO, GLACUHO and SEAHO) Tina has held professional positions at the University of Florida, Jacksonville University, and Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Her professional areas of supervision within the field of student affairs has included Housing and Residential Life, Greek Life, Campus Activities and Leadership Development.  Tina received a B.S. in communication disorders an M.S.Ed in college student personal and has completed her course work towards a Ph.D in higher education administration.

Registration Information

This Live Briefing is scheduled for February 16, 2016 at 2 p.m. ET and will last approximately 60 minutes. Pre-readings, discussion, and the live event will take place in the NASPA Online Learning Community. The live session will be recorded and the presenters will be available to answer questions for a period of 3 weeks after the live session.;

This briefing is available for $49 and you are not required to be a NASPA member to register. If you have a discount code, you may enter this at the time of registration. Your access is connected to your NASPA profile, so while we encourage you to view the live session with your colleagues, please keep in mind that all interactions within the learning community will be made under the registrant's name and will be connected to your profile.

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Missed a Previous Online Briefing? 

No worries! Each online briefing is available on-demand within two weeks following the live session.  Take a look at past programs sponsored by the Center for Women below. 

December 2016: Beyond Busy: Developing Life Work Integration for Women in Student Affairs

October 2016: Intersections of Identity at Work: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (self-care and support)