Welcome to the Student Career Development KC, where our goal is to support the growing need to connect the student affairs profession and practices with the career development outcomes of undergraduate students. Join us in playing a role in ensuring that student affairs educators, in all functional areas, and at all levels, are intentionally helping their students connect co-curricular experiences with career exploration and planning to lead meaningful personal and professional lives.
Deadline for Outstanding Awards is approaching
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the size of NASPA? Are you wondering where to go to find your home within the association? When thinking about ways to navigate through and connect within NASPA I’ll start with my own journey.
There are a number of factors to consider when selecting a college. Adding opportunities for community involvement to the list could help prepare students for a successful career. But it might also result in stronger communities and a new generation of civic leaders.
Attention Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community (SLPKC) Members! We are soliciting nominations of NASPA members to serve as the next Chair, or Co-Chairs, for NASPA’s SLPKC.
Humility in leadership is a quality that is highly celebrated when effectively enacted, but often underrepresented when discussing key leadership attributes. Leadership trainings and workshops across the world focus on key qualities to be an effective leader, yet humility is often left off the list. This is equally true for our student leaders as it is for the leadership development of professionals.
Ali Moss, Graduate Student Representative for Region IV-W, shares perspectives on #CSAM2018.