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Breakout Faculty Advisor Training Sessions (Select One)

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06/03/2019
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02:00 pm - 03:30 pm

The Integrated Advising Model connects students, in their first term, with an advisor who has expertise in their pathway. This connection is essential to student success and intended to motivate, encourage, challenge, and support students holistically.  There are pathways in need of more assigned faculty advisors for our students.  If you are interested learning more about advising students outside of your discipline or are currently advising students in these pathways, please attend one of these workshops.

Education Advising (Forum) – The Education and Human Services department is seeking to cross train faculty advisors who are located at or able to advise at the Downtown campus.  Specifically for Education majors, faculty with experience in the K-12 setting and the NYS teacher certification process are strongly desired.  Advisors who enjoy working with students who are passionate about helping others would be a good fit for these pathways.

Human Services Advising (9-238) - The Human Services department is seeking to cross train faculty advisors who are located at or able to advise at the Downtown campus.  Advisors who enjoy working with students who are passionate about helping others would be a good fit for these pathways.

Business Administration Advising (9-239) – The Business Administration department is seeking to cross train faculty who are able to advise either at the Brighton or Downtown campus.  Advisors who are willing to learn about transfer opportunities and careers for Business majors would be a good fit for these pathways.  Advisors with experience in owning or operating a business would be a plus.

Information and Computer Technologies Advising (11-109) – The Information and Computer Technologies department is seeking to cross train faculty who are located at the Brighton campus.  Faculty with a strong understanding of math requirements with an interest in technology related careers would be an excellent match for these pathways.      

SPONSOR: Faculty Senate Professional Development Committee
CONTACT: jscanlon1@monroecc.edu