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Join us for the ILEC Panel on Monday, March 13 from 3:00p-5:00p in the Bonham B of the Grand Hyatt to discuss the newest leadership document produced by this inter-association collaborative.
If you work in student persistence, career development and/or manage student workers check out this session and come steal our work.
I wanted to give you fair warning about my vigilant encouragement.
What is it like to live in poverty? This is the question the 2016 ACUI award winning program tries to answer. As the Critical Conversation Conference draws near, our conference committee wanted to highlight this opportunity for students, faculty and staff to participate in the very impactful and educational program.
The Fraternity and Sorority Knowledge Community (FSKC) provides a forum for organizations and professionals working with fraternities and sororities for the exchange of ideas, knowledge dissemination and collaboration among the fraternal movement. The individuals within our KC are committed to seeing fraternities and sororities provide a “value-added” experience to our students at our host institutions, and can mark our claim to fame as one of the largest KC’s in NASPA with nearly 1,400 members and growing.
The discrepancy between those preparing students and those hiring graduates has created problematic issues. Employers are searching for students with an array of leadership skills in addition to their degree. As a result of their search, employers have noticed important skillsets that college graduates are lacking.