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  • Online Course: Building Your Professional ePortfolio

    CACUSS Online Courses and Certificates

    July 9, 2018 to October 1, 2018

    The CACUSS Student Affairs and Services Competency Model has presented SAS professionals with an opportunity to reflect on their work and roles within their units, institutions, and the field as a whole. Each competency represents a list of knowledge, skills, and attributes, as well as insight into how each competency area contributes to the growth and changes of the field. As SAS practitioners and scholars, many of us are left wondering where we fit, as individuals, within the competencies. Moving toward a place where we share the competencies as a foundation for our work, our understanding of the field, and the language we use to discuss it, is critical to our collective growth as SAS professionals. Developing an ePortfolio is one way to engage in a reflective process about the competencies. This course will introduce a framework for developing an ePortfolio, using the CACUSS Student Affairs and Services Competency Model to guide reflection.

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  • CACUSS New Professionals Institute 2018

    CACUSS Institutes

    November 4, 2018 to November 8, 2018

    Join us in Niagara Falls for the second annual CACUSS New Professionals Institute, designed for those working in Students Affairs and Services at Canadian post secondary institutions. While designed with new professionals in mind, the New Professionals Institute is open to all professionals including those new to the profession, those with new or changing responsibilities, and academics or seasoned professionals looking to expand their understanding of core issues, competencies, and context of the student affairs and services profession.

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  • Canadian Conference on Student Leadership 2018: PUSHING BOUNDARIES

    Canadian Conference on Student Leadership

    November 22, 2018 to November 24, 2018

    Each year,  CCSL brings together student leaders from a variety of cultures and backgrounds, from across Canada, to share experiences, ideas, and skills. Our goals are the same – to learn, grow, lead, mentor, and inspire positive change. It is our thoughts, dreams, skills, talents, lived experiences, and our paths that are unique. It is an opportunity for leaders of the next generation to network, brainstorm, and best of all, have fun while doing it!

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