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  1. Create and Implement an Effective Mentoring Program for Students on Academic Probation

    Sunday Oct. 2nd 3:15-5:15pm
  2. The STAR Mentoring Program Introductions Chris Maroldo Gwen Chastain Nathan Byrer
  3. The STAR Mentoring Program Other People You Will Meet Today STAR Mentors Kate Thedwall Lisa Edgington
  4. The STAR Mentoring Program Video for Thought
  5. The STAR Mentoring Program Twitter Text “follow nacada_star” to 40404
  6. The STAR Mentoring Program Introductions from You! Name University Why you chose to come to this workshop
  7. The STAR Mentoring Program Who We Are Short IUPUI Introductory Video
  8. The STAR Mentoring Program What is STAR Mentoring?
  9. The STAR Mentoring Program Why Mentoring Works
  10. The STAR Mentoring Program Setting Up the STAR Mentoring Program with a Limited Budget Methods for creating a volunteer mentor database from across the campus How we recruit mentors – what is the “buy-in” for mentors/benefits for being a mentor?
  11. The STAR Mentoring Program How We Recruit Mentors Where we recruit Resource Center with student mentors Academic Advisors Staff Council Faculty Council (Gateway Faculty) Upper level leaders on campus (Business and Psychology Programs) Graduate Programs (HESA and School Counseling) Graduate Assistance
  12. The STAR Mentoring Program Ways We Recruit New Mentors Staff Meetings Emails Upper Classmen Former STAR Students in good standing
  13. The STAR Mentoring Program Free Campus Resources The Bepko Learning Center www.blc.uc.iupui.edu
  14. The STAR Mentoring Program Free Campus Resources Academic Advising Center http://advising.uc.iupui.edu
  15. The STAR Mentoring Program Free Campus Resources Workshops for Students Financial Aid, Career Services
  16. The STAR Mentoring Program Free Campus Resources Discussion questions What areas would you look for resources on your campus that you could use for free?
  17. The STAR Mentoring Program Free Resources We Use on Campus Specific strategies for mentoring, including creating a syllabus
  18. The STAR Mentoring Program Skype with Kate Thedwall and Lisa Edgington Kate Thedwall Lisa Edgington
  19. The STAR Mentoring Program Role Playing/Example Get into pairs Each pair will be given a student scenario Role play or practice how you would handle the student situations as a mentor Share with the group
  20. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources Mentor Matching Service DotNetNuke Closed source software CATALook.net Store Inexpensive ($129.00)
  21. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources What the Technology can do Importing Mentees Manual Automated Categorizing Mentees Inventorying Mentees Selecting Mentees Removing Mentors
  22. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources What the Technology can do (continued) Limiting Access to Mentors Reporting Managing Mentors/Mentees Relationships Email Confirmations Historical Reporting on Mentors
  23. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources Examples Show and tell Log in as a guest mentor
  24. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources Forms Management Closed source Open source alternatives Types of Forms Applications Assessment Workflow Examples Exporting Data Confirmations
  25. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources Mentor/Mentee Communications Oncourse (Sakai) Scheduling Communication Organizing packets by week Located in a familiar location
  26. The STAR Mentoring Program Technology Resources Leveraging Mobile Technologies FREE Text Messaging (for the University) Easy to use/Send from anywhere Just In Time Management Write Once/Post Everywhere Twitter Facebook SMS
  27. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results Understanding how assessment of the program’s results can guide future practice.
  28. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results A. Know about campus resources to help me succeed academically.
  29. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results B. Have a good understanding of ways to become engaged (co-curricular and campus life activities).
  30. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results C. Understand the importance of talking to my course instructors outside of class.
  31. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results D. Understand the most effective ways to approach my course instructors with my questions.
  32. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results E. Know the process of getting into a degree granting school (e.g. Business, Nursing, Education, etc.).
  33. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results F. Have learned to accept responsibility for achieving my academic goals.
  34. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results G. Have an academic plan for the next year.
  35. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results H. There are lots of ways around any school- related problems I may face.
  36. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results I. Can think of many ways to reach my current academic goals.
  37. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results J. I feel a sense of belonging.
  38. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results Understanding how assessment of the program’s results can guide future practice.
  39. The STAR Mentoring Program Assessment of Results Understanding how assessment of the program’s results can guide future practice.
  40. The STAR Mentoring Program Budget Facts and Figures Annual Income: $16,500 Students petitioning to return to IUPUI University College are chaged a non-refundable $55.00 fee. These fees are allocated specifically for students in academic difficulty, including STAR students. Annual Expenses: $14,100 Supplies (e.g. planners, calendars) $300 STAR Mentor Appreciation Luncheon $700/800 Near future goals: 10 Stipends ($1000 ea.) For student mentors who were one in STAR 2 Scholarships ($1500 ea.) Set aside for a Study Abroad experiences for former STAR students
  41. The STAR Mentoring Program Near Future Goals 10 Stipends ($1000 each) For student mentors who were once in STAR. $10000.00 2 Scholarships ($1500 each) Set aside for a Study Abroad experience for former STAR students. $3000.00
  42. The STAR Mentoring Program Creation of an Action Plan for Mentoring Probation Students Brain storm resources/ideas of how to use what is available at your institution Handout
  43. The STAR Mentoring Program Contact Information Gwen Chastain STAR Coordinator Academic Advisor Academic and Career Development ghobley@iupui.edu (317) 278-8632 Chris Maroldo M.A. Ed. Assistant Director Academic Success Programs cmaroldo@iupui.edu (317) 278-8632 Nathan Byrer MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Technology Director University College nsbyrer@iupui.edu (317) 274-5609
  44. The STAR Mentoring Program Student-Created Marketing