Some thoughts on being a “New Professional”
Many of you who are considered “New Professionals” have actually logged two or three years in graduate school spending time as Grad Hall Directors being paid meager wages for work only an imbecile could call “part-time.”
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Diary of an Entry-Level Professional: “Tips for Success in Your Role as a New Student Affairs Professional”
Insights after one year on the job…
Alternative Weekend Programming: Day@Night
Responding to students feelings of boredom at night, and especially on the weekends
Training Your RHA/Hall Council: The No Time, No Money Mini-Retreat
Overview and outline for a 3 hour event with breaks…
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RA Advice: How to Deal with Alcohol Use and Abuse
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Creating Boundaries within our Communities
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