2017 NASPA Region I Mid-Level Institute

March 03 – June 02, 2017
Various Locations

The program takes place over the course of four sessions, which run from March to June. Participation in all four sessions is expected, and participants must attend three of the four sessions to be considered a graduate of the Institute. Each session includes morning coffee and lunch. Sessions one includes an opening networking reception and session four includes a graduation dinner. Dress is business casual.

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Region I is pleased to offer mid-level managers the opportunity to engage in conversation with colleagues and senior student affairs officers around the mid-level experience.

“Making the Most of the Middle” is scheduled for four days, one day in each of the months of March through June.  The institute strives to create an environment where mid-level managers explore the challenges and rewards of leading from the middle. Specific goals for the Mid-Level Institute include:

  • Providing a collegial environment where mid-level managers examine the mid-level experience, with emphasis on exploration of challenges and rewards;
  • Creating opportunities for self-reflection, networking, and big-picture thinking;
  • Facilitating an interactive learning environment where mid-level managers can discuss current topics;
  • Providing participants the opportunity to reflect on their mid-level experience with an SSAO; examining the career path, with emphasis on identifying one's own preparedness to pursue opportunities to advance to the next level.
  • Creating an opportunity for participants to tour NASPA Region 1, with an emphasis on exploring the diversity of locations and institution types represented in the region

The Mid-Level Institute curriculum includes:

  • Budget Management
  • Managing Up to Supervision
  • Strategic Planning
  • Assessment
  • Legal issues and Title IX
  • Career Planning

Application to apply will be available early December

 

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 Mid-Level Institute Testimonies

“The Mid-Level Institute was incredibly rewarding.  Having the opportunity to learn from SSAO’s and engage with my peers helped me to realize I am not alone in the challenges I face as a mid-level manager.  I truly appreciate the knowledge and support I gained from this institute.”   Dawn Eades, Associate Dean of Students, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

“This has been a tremendous experience for me.  I came into the Institute not knowing exactly what I wanted to do next in my career path, and I have left the Institute with an incredible energy, and clear direction on my next steps.  The quality of presenters was amazing and the professional connections I have made will be a very important part of my “next steps” I valued every minute of the Institute.”  Sheila Lambert, Coordinator of Wellness, Southern New Hampshire University

"My experience with the Mid Level Institute was outstanding.  The workshop topics were very relevant and useful. I was able to take back what I learned and apply it immediately in my current job. But by far the best part is the social networking. Our cohort was both diverse and open. By sharing our experiences, expectations, and hopes for the future we all came together to help each other. These are now friends I know I can call on should the need arise."  Dan Graney, Director of Substance Abuse Prevention, University of Rhode Island

“Mid-level covers a broad spectrum and when you get there, there’s a lot of uncertainty and questioning that happens…The Mid-Level Institute helped me understand that I was not alone and that there is so much room for growth and learning. I feel I have been provided with invaluable tools and have met an amazing group of people I know I can turn to for support.”  Bea Patino, Area Coordinator, Assumption College

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