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SACSA's Newest Committee

Thank you for visiting the SACSA’s Newest committee webpage! We are excited that you have joined the SACSA family. The goal of our committee is to provide orientation, mentoring, and networking opportunities for those individuals who are experiencing their first involvement with SACSA. On this web page, we will highlight the initiatives and programs of our committee.

Resources and tips for New Professional, Graduate Students and New SACSA members:  

1.     Join our Facebook page! 

2.     Follow us on Twitter!

3.     Submit the involvement assessment form on the SACSA Talent Development web page!

4.     Join a committee by simply emailing the committee chair.

5.     Register for the annual conference in Greenville! Visit the Conference website!

6.     Check out the latest SACSAlert (news for the association) by going to the archive website.

SACSA’s Newest Orientation:  Are you one of SACSA’s Newest?

Are you a graduate student, new professional or new to SACSA? This Orientation is where you should start your SACSA conference journey! This will be a time to learn about this great association, meet the Executive Council and connect with others. Participants will also receive the official SACSA "Buck” list to help make your SACSA conference experience a great one! Please sign-up when you register for SACSA 2015.

Case Study Competition

Calling all graduate students: make sure you sign-up for the annual Case Study Competition when you register for SACSA 2015! This competition provides graduate students with the opportunity to respond to a case that is relevant to today’s college campus. Winners of this competition will receive monetary prizes! Don’t have a partner? No worries! We will randomly assign you. Please sign-up when you register for SACSA 2015.

Calling all seasoned professionals: We need case study competition judges. If you are interested in assisting us develop graduate students within Student Affairs, you should volunteer! You can volunteer by emailing the case study competition co-chairs – Thomas Bruick or Brittany Jackson.

Twitter Takeover

Have questions for seasoned professionals or members of SACSA’s Executive Council?  Join us for our monthly Twitter Takeover!  See announcements in SACSAlert and via SACSA’s Instagram (@SACSAgrams) and Twitter (@SACSAtweets).  Make sure to use #SACSAchat when you join us!

Conference Common Read

Once again, the SACSA Conference Committee has selected a common read for discussion at the upcoming conference in Greenville.  This year's book is entitled, A Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career.  In her book, author Sonja Ardoin presents the student affairs community with tools to navigate professional, intentional growth and development. She offers a five-component career strategy: lifelong learning, extending your experiences, planning for professional development, networking and connecting, and self-reflection. Understanding there is no one-size-fits-all, Ardoin encourages individual authority as well as balance in life and career development.

Want to stay on track to finish this year’s selection by the Conference?  Check out the reading schedule HERE!

Contact Jessica Blanford or Amy Holway with any questions.

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