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  • CACUSS ON-Line

    Webinars

    June 2, 2020 to September 30, 2020

    CACUSS is excited to announce CACUSS ON-line: a national gathering of passionate student affairs professionals delivering virtual content on trending issues related to higher education. CACUSS ON-line features a series of live webinars from June 2 – September 30. We are proud to bring you three featured streams: Indigenous Cultural Competency & Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Fostering Healthy Campuses and COVID-19 along with a series of presentations showcasing our Community(ies) of Practice in Action. With over 35 presentations from the 2020 CACUSS Conference coming virtually to you, we are excited to connect and share with the CACUSS community.

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  • Strengths Mastermind: Virtual Work Series

    Webinars

    June 10, 2020 to June 27, 2020

    Mastermind classes coordinate the knowledge and effort of people from many different skillsets and backgrounds to work toward a unified purpose.  The benefit of these group learning experiences is that participants challenge each other to create and implement goals, brainstorm ideas collaboratively, share information and best practices, and support each other with honesty, compassion and respect. Mastermind classes are a catalyst for personal and professional growth, exploring multiple perspectives, and supporting each other as it relates to a particular topic.  Join the Strengths Mastermind Classes to share, strategize and create plans of action to apply your unique strengths and be more successful in a virtual work setting.  

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  • Student Success in 2020: How to Engage & Retain Students in a Virtual Environment

    Webinars

    June 12, 2020

    In this webinar, you will learn how top Canadian schools use mobile and virtual communities to engage students, reduce summer melt, and drive student success in a post-pandemic world.

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  • (more) Equitable Student Hiring Practices

    Webinars

    June 16, 2020

    This session builds off a recent cross-departmental PD session at the University of Toronto with the goal of examining how our processes may be narrowing the pipeline of applicants, interviewees, hired student colleagues, who may in fact become future student affairs staff themselves.  Through a review of foundational documents and legislation, moderated panel and scenario-based small group discussions, this session outlines steps to reduce bias and enhance equity in our approach to hiring – from position development and description, to recruitment process, and ultimately selection.

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  • Community Conversation: CACUSS Affinity Group for Indigenous and Racialized Student Affairs Professionals

    Webinars

    June 23, 2020

    If you identify as an Indigenous or racialized student affairs professional, we are looking for your input in shaping the creation of an Affinity Group for Indigenous and Racialized Student Affairs Professionals.

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  • CACUSS Institute for Project, Team, and Change Leadership

    CACUSS Institutes

    October 19, 2020 to October 21, 2020

    The CACUSS Institute for Project, Team, and Change Leadership is designed for Student Affairs and Services professionals who are interested in exploring the CACUSS Student Affairs and Services competencies at the intermediate to advanced levels. This institute will address the challenges that professionals face when tasked with progressively more complex challenges that accompany career progression in the post-secondary context.

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  • 2020 CACUSS Institute on Strengths-Based Practice in Higher Education

    CACUSS Institutes

    November 2, 2020 to November 4, 2020

    The Institute on Strengths-Based Practice in Higher Ed is a professional development opportunity that provides higher education professionals with the opportunity to explore their personal strengths, learn how to create a Strengths based approach to work on their campus and how their Strengths connect to the CACUSS Competencies. During this two and half day institute, participants will explore these concepts in a cohort learning model comprised of self reflection, program assessments, strategic development and professional development mapping. This institute is suited for entry and mid level higher education professionals that engage in program development, staff management and strategic development. The curriculum has been created with flexibility for application to all institution types and levels of program development.

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