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Developing and Implementing Programs for First-generation College Students

Virtual Live Briefings Student Success

This session will offer participants an opportunity to engage in a discussion on the development and implementation of first-generation student programming. Discussing key themes identified in the book, Developing and Implementing Promising Practices and Programs for First-Generation College Students (Troy et al., 2022), presenters will provide insight into key strategies to develop and implement programs and practices for first-generation students.

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This session will offer participants an opportunity to engage in a discussion on the development and implementation of first-generation student programming. Discussing key themes identified in the book, Developing and Implementing Promising Practices and Programs for First-Generation College Students (Troy et al., 2022), presenters will provide insight into key strategies to develop and implement programs and practices for first-generation students. 

With a focus on chapter five, “Developing First-year Programming for First-generation Students without a Budget: No Money, No Problem”, the conversation will focus on program creation without a budget, intersectionality, and strengths-based programming.  Attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on how they can use these strategies to develop programming at their home institutions to contribute to the success, growth, and leadership experiences of first-generation students. 

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  • identify strategies to maximize human and financial resources to provide support for first-generation college students;
  • understand the role of intersectionality in developing first-gen programming; and
  • identify ways to capitalize on the strengths of first-gen students when developing programming.

Registration

Registration as a member is based on individual membership status at the time of the live event. If your current membership will expire prior to the live event, you will have the option to renew at the time of registration to receive the member rate. Registration for on-demand content is based on individual membership status at the time of the purchase.

If you are not a NASPA individual member, please visit our membership section to learn more about membership types and benefits. We hope you’ll consider joining today!

If you are experiencing financial hardship, you may qualify for a NASPA Foundation Membership Scholarship.

For a comprehensive listing of NASPA registration policies, please visit this page.

 

Registration and Fees
NASPA Member
$79
Non-member
$179

Please contact [email protected] with any cancellation questions or concerns. For all other event questions, please email [email protected].

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