2017 NASPA Region VI Rise Above: Navigating the Job Search Process

February 18
8:30am

Join us for an exciting one-day professional development Drive-In Conference focused on navigating the job search, brought to you by the NASPA Region VI Southern California Executive Board.

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About

Whether you are a new professional or you are considering next steps in your career, the job search can be a sometimes overwhelming, yet illuminating, process.

The Southern California Executive Committee is the voice of NASPA Region VI and NASPA National from Southern California (San Diego to Santa Barbara). In addition, the Southern California Executive Committee organizes networking and professional development opportunities for Student Affairs professionals throughout the region.

This February, we are proud to host our annual conference focusing on the nuances of the job search process in student affairs. This event incorporates best practices as presented by seasoned professionals and hiring directors.

Registration Type Early ends February 10 Regular ends Febrary 17 Late/Onsite begins February 18
NASPA Member $30 $35 $40
NASPA Student $20 $25 $30
Non-Member $65 $70 $75
Student Non-Member $35 $40 $45

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2017 NASPA Region VI Rise Above: Navigating the Job Search Process

Audience

This event is most likely to influence these groups.

  • Graduate
  • New Professional
  • Mid-Level
  • Student Affairs Professionals

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Schedule

The NASPA Southern California Drive-In Conference will give you the opportunity to network with colleagues and gain new insights from experienced professionals on a variety of next step topics such as:

  • Identifying strategies to maintain wellness and resiliency during the job search process
  • Exploring graduate degrees, including identifying when and why to pursue it
  • Navigating the search process, as well as developing a quality resume and interview skills
  • Embracing your identity in the professional setting
  • Understanding generational differences in the workplace
  • Making career transitions and exploring institutional fit
  • Branding and marketing yourself

Full Schedule

Sat, Feb 18

08:30 am – 09:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
09:00 am – 10:00 am
Welcome & Keynote Address
10:00 am – 10:15 am
Break
10:15 am – 11:00 am
Breakout Sessions
11:15 am – 12:00 pm
Breakout Sessions
12:00 pm – 01:30 pm
Lunch
01:30 pm – 02:15 pm
Breakout Sessions
02:15 pm – 02:30 pm
Break
02:30 pm – 03:15 pm
Breakout Sessions
03:15 pm – 04:00 pm
Panel Session and Wrap-Up
04:00 pm – 06:00 pm
Networking Social
NASPA GAP Volunteers

Registration

Online registration is now closed. On-site registration will be available.

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Questions?

Moya Carter
Executive Board Chair
Email: [email protected]
Phone:

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Payment Policy:

Please note PURCHASE ORDERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED AS A FORM OF PAYMENT

If you are paying by check, please send it to the address below. Include your name and order number on the check.

NASPA Region VI SoCal Drive-In
Regional Accounts Coordinator
111 K Street, NE, 10th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20002

If you are paying by credit card, simply follow the steps provided in the registration system. Please note the billing address on the credit card must match the address listed on your profile at the time of check out.

Cancellation Policy:

 The cancellation deadline is February 14, 2017. All requests for cancellations must be in writing and sent to Moya Carter at [email protected]  A $25 fee will be deducted for professional refunds and $15 for student refunds.

Refund Policy:

No refunds will be provided after Ferbuary 14, 2017.

Questions:

Registration Issues – NASPA Office – [email protected] – 202-265-7500 ext 1183

General Questions – Moya Carter - [email protected]

Faculty


  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD CHAIR:<br />
	Moya Carter</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD CHAIR:
    Moya Carter

    Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students
    Pitzer College

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD CHAIR:<br />
	Dr. Jennifer Miller</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD CHAIR:
    Dr. Jennifer Miller

    Dean of Students
    California State University, Los Angeles

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Kristina Alvarado</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Kristina Alvarado

    Director of Student Success Initiatives
    University of Southern California

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Danielle Chambers</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Danielle Chambers

    Associate Director of the Educational Opportunity Program
    California State University, Los Angeles

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Martha Enciso </strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Martha Enciso 

    Associate Director of the Weber Honors College
    San Diego State University

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Kevin Colaner</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Kevin Colaner

    Associate Vice President for Student Services
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Diane LeGree </strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Diane LeGree 

    Dean of Student Affairs of Sixth College
    UC San Diego

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Kirk Bernal</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Kirk Bernal

    Area Director for the University Village
    Cal Poly Pomona

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Jean Bennett</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Jean Bennett

    Director, Graduate Student Affairs, Henry Samueli School of Engineering
    UC Irvine

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Genesis DeLong</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Genesis DeLong

    Interim Director of Associated Students, Incorporated
    California State University, Channel Islands

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Yolanda Cleveland Friday</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Yolanda Cleveland Friday

    Interim Dean, Fontana Campus
    Chaffey College

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Piya Bose</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Piya Bose

    Director of Graduate & Family Housing
    UC Irvine

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Dr. Michael Paul Wong</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Dr. Michael Paul Wong

    Dean of Student Services (Counseling)
    Moreno Valley College

    Faculty Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:<br />
	Michael Yepez</strong></p>

    EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER:
    Michael Yepez

    Graduate Student - Higher Education
    California State University, Fullerton

    Faculty Bio

Speakers


  • <p>
	<strong>KEYNOTE:<br />
	Dr. Lea M. Jarnagin</strong></p>

    KEYNOTE:
    Dr. Lea M. Jarnagin

    Vice President for Student Affairs
    Cal Poly Pomona

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Angelica Ibarra</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Angelica Ibarra

    Assistant Dean of Institutional Diversity
    Harvey Mudd College

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Joy Hoffman</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Joy Hoffman

    Director of Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers
    California State University, Fullerton

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dawn Valencia</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dawn Valencia

    Director, University Outreach and School Relation
    Cal Poly Pomona

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. James C. Smith</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. James C. Smith

    Director for Engagement and Development with Residential Life
    University of California, Riverside

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Kandy Mink Salas</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Kandy Mink Salas

    Program Director for the Masters Program in Student Affairs
    Azusa Pacific University

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Lorena Márquez</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Lorena Márquez

    PolyTransfer Coordinator in the Division of Academic Affairs
    Cal Poly Pomona

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Leigh Poirier</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Leigh Poirier

    Program Director, UCI+One with the Division of Continuing Education
    UC Irvine

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Erica Sherese Little</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Erica Sherese Little

    Area Coordinator for Residential Life Operations
    Scripps College

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Cecilia Santiago-Gonzalez</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Cecilia Santiago-Gonzalez

    Director of Enrollment and One-Stop Services
    Cal Poly Pomona

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Aristotle Mosier</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Aristotle Mosier

    Director of Asian Pacific Student Services
    Loyola Marymount University

    Speaker Bio

  • <p>
	<strong>PRESENTER:<br />
	Dr. Christopher Lenz</strong></p>

    PRESENTER:
    Dr. Christopher Lenz

    Director of the Career Development Center
    Cal State LA

    Speaker Bio

Sponsors

Venue

CAL POLY POMONA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (Buildings 162 and 163)


Cal Poly Pomona
Pomona, CA

Ranked one of the best public universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report, Cal Poly Pomona is known for its polytechnic identity and learn-by-doing approach to education. The university recognizes that students who solve classroom problems today have an advantage as employees solving real-world problems tomorrow. Faculty in all disciplines apply theory to practice, providing students numerous opportunities to use their knowledge in hands-on projects, research collaborations, and valuable internship and service-learning programs.

Cal Poly Pomona, which is located on 1,438 acres in Los Angeles County, offers a valuable blend of affordability, access and academic excellence, which helps low-income students reach personal, career and financial success. It is consistently ranked as one of the best college investments in the country.

Parking Information


Weekend parking for campus visitors is $4. Those participants with a valid student, faculty, or staff decal from any of the 23 CSU campuses may park on campus for FREE.

Venue Transportation, Driving, Parking Directions: http://www.cpp.edu/maps/dynamic/

 


Pomona, CA

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