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In various cultures it is custom to break bread in community, we hope to do the same as we kick off the NUFP institute and commit to engaging in learning in community over the next two days. Lunch will be an opportunity to begin to know one another and to share the stories that we bring to the NUFP experience, to develop shared expectations, and to anticipate our institute experience.
During this session, first time NUFPs will learn about NUFP learning opportunities within NASPA and the NUFP community that they have joined.
NUFPs who are returning or have participated in some other NUFP learning opportunities will reflect on their learning and identify ways to continue their growth in the program
This session introduces Community Cultural Wealth and engages NUFP interns in considering how to engage their CCW as they navigate higher education contexts.
This session offers NUPFs familiar with CCW the opportunity to consider how their CCW might be cultivated, activated, engaged, and shared as they navigate and negotiate higher education contexts
This session will highlight the ways in which mentorship plays a role in growth, learning, development and Student Affairs experiences over time. NUFPS will learn about approaches to mentorship, engaging mentoring relationships, and actively participating as a mentee.
This session will unpack the conference common reading through the lens and experience of being in the NUFP program – and a student - and make recommendations for practice to NUFP campuses and NASPA.
During this session NUFPs will learn about the art of networking. The session will offer the opportunity to learn about and examine “networking narratives” and to practice authentic networking with participants in the Graduate Student Institute and New Professionals Institute.
This session will be a joint opportunity for NUFPs to put into practice their newly acquired networking skills and knowledge with members of the NPI and GSI.
NUFPs will have options for fun evening activities were they can enjoy the company of participants in the NUFP, Graduate Student, and New Professional Institutes.
NUFPs will have the opportunity to listen to a panel of professionals in various career levels and learn about their experience. Panelist will then break into different PODS and join a table to discuss higher education hot topics in a more intimate setting. Topics may include: agency and activism, staying resilient and well, free speech and campus climate, and more.
NUFPs will get an opportunity to learn about the NUFP culminating project they are required to complete as part of NUFP and have an opportunity to brainstorm topics and create a timeline for completion.
NUFPs will learn about how to prepare for graduate school programs from the search to the tools NASPA provide to support them. They will have an opportunity to create a timeline for applying.
Returnee NUFPs will have an opportunity to share words of wisdom about ways to make the best of every NUFP experience.