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Officer Transitions. Jessica Mendiola Graduate Intern. Why Transition?. Why Transition?. Organization To avoid starting over each year Outgoing Members Sense of Closure Transfer knowledge R eflection Incoming Members Absorb knowledge Orientation Put new officers at ease Get advice.

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Officer transitions
Officer Transitions

Jessica Mendiola

Graduate Intern



Why transition1
Why Transition?

  • Organization

  • To avoid starting over each year

  • Outgoing Members

  • Sense of Closure

  • Transfer knowledge

  • Reflection

  • Incoming Members

  • Absorb knowledge

  • Orientation

  • Put new officers at ease

  • Get advice


  • The Advisor Role

  • Assist current officers to implement a meaningful selection process.

  • Help outgoing officers reflect on their position.

  • Facilitate the transfer of information.

  • Serve as a resource for the group.


Resources
Resources

  • SOC

  • Annual Registration

  • RSO Workshop

  • Food Safety

  • Officer Update Forms

  • Room Reservation

  • SOC Funding


What?

Student Reflection

So What?

Now What?


What? —What happened? What did you observe?— What populations are being served?So What?—Did you learn a new skill or clarify an interest?—Did you feel or hear anything that surprised you?—How is your experience different from what you expected?—What did you like/dislike about the experience?—What did you learn about the people/community?—What are some of the pressing needs/issues in the community?—How does this project address those needs?Now What?—What learning occurred for you in this experience?—How can you apply this learning?—What would you have liked to learn more about?—What follow-up is needed to address any challenges or difficulties?—What information can you share with your peers or the community?—If you could do the project again, what would you do differently?


Ways to transition

  • Independent Study

    Incoming officer gathers all materials and outgoing officer reviews in their own time.

Ways to transition


Ways to transition1

  • Learning Contracts

    Position requires a prerequisite position.

  • Shadowing/Mentoring

    Outgoing officer works closely with incoming office beginning formal transition.

  • Retreats/Workshops

    A meeting to explain position.

Ways to transition


Planning a transition:


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