Get Involved with NASPA IV-W - Over 20 Advisory Board Openings


Author
Shannon Breske, NASPA IV-W Volunteer Coordinator

Published
January 3, 2018


Calling all members of the states of Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wyoming as well as Canadian provinces, Manitoba and Saskatchewan! This is your chance to get involved and apply to be a State Membership Coordinator! Josh Alvarez will lead your team of membership coordinators for our region. If you have any questions, Josh can be reached at [email protected].

Several Knowledge Community (KC) positions are available! The deadline is fast approaching! If you have questions, Veronica Riepe ([email protected]) and Nathan Roberts ([email protected]) can help and are excited to work with you! Volunteering is a great way to not only serve your campus, but the entire region through your work on the advisory board. Sign- up through Volunteer Central https://apps.naspa.org/engage/openings_new.cfm!

Here is a list of current open positions:

Membership Coordinator Advisory Board Positions

  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota
  • Wyoming
  • Manitoba, Canada
  • Saskatchewan, Canada

Knowledge Community (KC) Representative Advisory Board Positions

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Assessment, Evaluation, & Research
  • Campus Safety
  • Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement (CLDE)
  • Disability
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Men and Masculinities
  • Parent & Family Relations
  • Spirituality & Religion in Higher Education
  • Student Affairs Fundraising & External Relations
  • Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs
  • Student-Athlete
  • Veterans

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