Volunteer with NASPA IV-W Today!


Author
Shannon Breske, NASPA IV-W Volunteers Coordinator

Published
November 27, 2017


Happy December and end of the semester!!!!! Thank you to those who I had the opportunity to visit with during the NASPA IV-W Conference Nov. 7-9 in Lincoln, NE about getting involved!! I look forward to seeing you apply for one of the positions below and GET INVOLVED! Joining the board allows you to meet and work with others in our region to move NASPA forward and make an impact not only at the regional level but on your campus. Through your involvement, you will be able to learn and grow from the outstanding SA Pros on the board to enhance your career. Getting involved will leave a lasting impression and help you develop in student affairs! Please let me know if you have any questions! I can be reached at [email protected]!

Sign- up through Volunteer Central https://apps.naspa.org/engage/openings_new.cfm!

Here is a list of current open positions:

• Knowledge Community Representative Advisory Board Positions

◦ Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD)

◦ Assessment, Evaluation, & Research

◦ Campus Safety

◦ Civic Engagement and Democratic Engagement

◦ Disability

◦ Enrollment Management

◦ Gender & Sexuality

◦ Indigenous Peoples

◦ Men and Masculinities

◦ New Professionals and Graduate Students

◦ Parent and Family Relations

◦ Student Affairs Fundraising & External Relations

◦ Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs

◦ Student Athlete

◦ Student Leadership Programs

◦ Sustainability

◦ Veterans

• Membership Coordinator Advisory Board Positions

◦ Wyoming Membership Coordinator

◦ Manitoba Canada Membership Coordinator

◦ Saskatchewan Canada Membership Coordinator

◦ Nebraska Membership Coordinator 

◦ South Dakota Coordinator

• Research & Writer

• Social Media Coordinator

• Secretary/Historian

• Website Coordinator

• Volunteer Coordinator


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