Are you looking for an alternative method to reach students more effectively?
Learn how you can integrate social media platforms into the advising work that you’re already doing to better engage students with their advisors. If you are already comfortable using social media, this webcast will show you simple ways to more effectively use these platforms to reach your students. You will leave with tips on how to:
This webcast is perfect for those who are comfortable using social media and are looking to apply their knowledge to their advising profession. This may include professionals from:
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to identify ways to incorporate social media into your advising outreach.
Star is an Academic Advisor/Social Media Coordinator for the Office of Advising and Academic Services, a Department of Undergraduate Studies at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). She also teaches the University Studies, Freshman Seminar and advises student clubs and organizations. Star graduated from CSUSB with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology, minor in Sociology. She is an educator, consultant, mentor, and life coach, helping people achieve their goals and fulfill their life purpose. Star co-owns a business with her husband that specializes in graphic design, promotions and productions. She has partnered with CSUSB advising centers as well as other campus entities to enhance their social media marketing efforts and increase student engagement.
Star has presented and facilitated workshops both regionally and nationally on the following topics: Understanding Diversity, Student Success, Social Media: Communicating through pictures, and Supporting Underrepresented Asian/Pacific Islander Students.
As a first-generation college student, Star is passionate about helping students overcome the challenges students face in their academic journey. She attributes her family and academic advisors in the Educational Opportunity Program and Student Assistance in Learning (SAIL) Program for guiding her throughout her academics. Today she is humbled by the opportunity to give back and enjoys spending time with her family, singing and composing music.
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