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Beginning your journey: a guide for new professionals in student affairs

Contributor(s): Amey, Marilyn J [Editor] | Reesor, Lori M [Editor].
Publisher: Washington DC NASPA 2015Edition: 4th ed.Description: xiv, 306 p.ISBN: 9780931654794.Subject(s): Student affairs services - United States | Student affairs administrators - In-service training - United States | Student affairs administrators - Professional relationships - United States | Student counselors - Vocational guidance - United StatesDDC classification: 378.197 Summary: Beginning Your Journey: A Guide for New Professionals in Student Affairs addresses the most critical and current issues for those entering the field. In this comprehensive guide, seasoned student affairs leaders and new professionals share practical advice and offer broad perspectives on: • Managing the first job search and networking professionally • Seeking opportunities for career advancement • Supervising student affairs staff Achieving work–life balance • Defining professional and personal ethics Collaborating with faculty colleagues • Handling critical incidents and larger crises • Assessing student learning outcomes • Using technology and social media effectively Whether you are moving into student affairs from a graduate preparation program or making a career change, this book shows you how to navigate and negotiate within the higher education landscape. (http://www.naspa.org/publications/books/beginning-your-journey)
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Beginning Your Journey: A Guide for New Professionals in Student Affairs addresses the most critical and current issues for those entering the field. In this comprehensive guide, seasoned student affairs leaders and new professionals share practical advice and offer broad perspectives on:
• Managing the first job search and networking professionally
• Seeking opportunities for career advancement
• Supervising student affairs staff Achieving work–life balance
• Defining professional and personal ethics Collaborating with faculty colleagues
• Handling critical incidents and larger crises
• Assessing student learning outcomes
• Using technology and social media effectively
Whether you are moving into student affairs from a graduate preparation program or making a career change, this book shows you how to navigate and negotiate within the higher education landscape.

(http://www.naspa.org/publications/books/beginning-your-journey)

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