Learn a model for executing strategic external partnerships in student affairs.
Strategic partnerships with community organizations, foundations, businesses, and donors offer tremendous opportunities for student affairs units. Whether your unit is looking to increase revenue, develop stronger career placement for students, advance student success initiatives, fundraise, or even outsource student services, you will need to approach these partnerships with care. Throughout this hands-on workshop you will work through how to:
Each partnership comes with its own unique complications for implementation. During the second day of the conference, you will have the opportunity for an individual or group consultation with one of our experts to receive guidance on your implementation plan.
This training was designed for leaders in student affairs who are in the early stages of exploring external partnerships. This may include:
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Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will be able to impart a successful model of external partnerships in student affairs on your campus.
In this opening session, you will participate in a number of exercises aimed at preparing you to create external partnerships. You will focus on completing:
Additionally, we will explore the concepts of risk aversion versus risk interest, design thinking, planfulness, and entrepreneurship mindset for partnerships.
After detailing the drivers for your own institutional partnership, you need to figure out how to operationalize your external partnerships. This session turns the focus to HOW you and your team will:
Dr. Elizabeth Boretz entered Student Affairs as Founding Director of what came to be the Calvin E. Bright Success Center at the University of California-Merced after an eleven-year career as tenured faculty in the field of Spanish. She discovered the world of learning support early in her faculty career and went on to earn her graduate degree in student affairs ten years after her doctorate. In 2005, Dr. Boretz relinquished tenure and entered the Student Affairs field full-time. Over the years she developed services for returning and transfer students; low-income, first generation underrepresented students; Native American students; and others, having captured more than ten million dollars in grants and gifts on her own. After eleven years as a director, her fund-seeking and management skills helped to win her an appointment as Assistant Vice President for Student Success and Director of Academic Advisement, which led her to California State University, Fullerton in February of 2016. She is a member of the NASPA Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice Editorial Board. She is also one of the 100 mentors selected for NASPA's 2016-17 Candid Conversations women's mentoring program.
In his role as Vice Chancellor, Dr. Jason L. Meriwether is responsible for the Student Services Division. He believes that success in student affairs and enrollment management lies in the ability to adapt to new trends in technology and digital engagement, while staying committed to advocacy for learning through collaboration with faculty and academic leaders.
Dr. Meriwether is a contributing author of What Happens on Campus Stays on YouTube, published in 2015. He was named to the Southern Indiana Business Source 20 under 40 Class of 2016, elected as one of Louisville Business First’s Top Forty under 40 and Business First’s 20 People to Know in Education and Workforce Development, received the Outstanding Kentuckian award, and was commissioned to the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. Dr. Meriwether was elected to and served various roles for the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Governing Board from 2014 to 2016 and is a current and active member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). His current place of employment, Indiana University Southeast, was named one of the "Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs" by Diverse Issues in Higher Education in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
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