CPAK Graduate Student and New Professional 2019-2020 Subcommittee Application
Thank you for your interest in CPAK’s Graduate Student and New Professionals Subcommittee for 2019-2020. We are currently seeking intentional, dedicated, and passionate student affairs practitioners who are current graduate students or new professionals (within their first 3 years of their professional career).
Those selected will serve a one-year term on the subcommittee.
ALL subcommittee members MUST be a member of ACPA/CPAK. For more information on how to become a CPAK member, check out:
The role and responsibilities of those on the 2019-2020 subcommittee include but are not limited to:
- Attend monthly Graduate Student and New Professionals Subcommittee conference calls
- Provide information, resources, and opportunities for graduate students and new professionals in the student affairs world, both in the Kentucky region and nation-wide, to be shared on CPAK’s monthly newsletter, social media platforms, and official website
- Opportunities for professional development, including: webinar creation and participation, presenting at annual conventions, CPAK Connect Mentor Program, social and networking meetups, etc.
- Participate in idea formation, creation, and implementation of graduate student and new professional programming and events for CPAK’s 2019-2020 annual events. Possible events include: Graduate Student Bootcamp, 2020 Annual Conference, Careers in Student Affairs
- Other possible duties and responsibilities as time progresses.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
For more information or any questions about the subcommittee, contact Catherine Thompson
Institution or Organization
Are you currently an ACPA/CPAK member?
Please provide a brief response as to why you are interested in being a member of the Graduate Student and New Professional Subcommittee, as well as why you believe you’d make a great fit for our team and any relevant experience.
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