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Recruiting , Training, and Retaining Advisors. Stacy L. Jones, Ed. D. The University of Alabama. Recruiting. Identify Faculty or Staff: Student Recommendation Current Advisor Recommendations Campus Media Outlets

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Recruiting , Training, and Retaining Advisors

Stacy L. Jones, Ed. D.

The University of Alabama

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Recruiting

  • Identify Faculty or Staff:
        • Student Recommendation
        • Current Advisor Recommendations
        • Campus Media Outlets
        • Contact Office that Registers/Recognize Student Organizations for Recommendations
        • Contact College or Department related to Specific Discipline or Focus of Honorary
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Recruiting

  • Highlight the Value of Service:
        • Extrinsic Rewards
          • Public recognition
          • Networking opportunities
          • Professional development
          • Tenure
          • Others?
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Recruiting

  • Indentifying Rewards:
        • Intrinsic Rewards
          • Organization’s success
          • Individual student success
          • Personal growth and fulfillment
          • Others?
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training

  • Define role of advisor:
        • Mentor - serve as resource, sounding board
        • Team Builder – turn students with individual goals and expectations into a team
        • Conflict Mediator – remind students of common goals and what is in the best interest of the organization
        • Reflective Agent – help students identify their strengths and weaknesses
        • Educator – model behavior, guide students in reflection, and answer questions
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training

  • Motivator – encourage and recognize accomplishments.
  • Policy Interpreter – guide students through policies, procedures, and rules.
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training

  • Clearly Define Role:
        • Use job description that you created for recruiting
        • Help advisor identify skills or knowledge that they have that they can use in these roles
        • Encourage the advisor to make the role their own
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training

  • Define Policies and Procedures:
        • National organization’s policies and procedures
        • Institutional policies and procedures
        • Legal concerns
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training

  • Advisior Training using Case Studies
        • Directions: You can use the following progressive case study with groups of advisors.
          • Distribute the initial case to the participants and allow them time to complete the first two questions.
          • When the questions are completed, take ten to fifteen minutes to discuss participants’ answers.
          • and so on…
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Retaining

  • GRAPE Theory of Motivation
        • Growth – advisors will experience growth through opportunities for personal development.
        • Recognition – advisors may be recognized in a variety of ways such as personalized emails, letters to their supervisors, formal recognition ceremony, etc.
retaining
Retaining
  • Achievement – advisor could experience achievement through assisting students with goal setting, opportunities to scholarly activities provided by your organization.
  • Participation – advisors will play a integral part in evaluating the effectiveness of the organization both internally and externally. They will also benefit from ongoing training opportunities.
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Retaining

  • Enjoyment – advisors will enjoy being a part of an organization that enhances their life and that rewards them both intrinsically and extrinsically.
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References

ACPA Commission for Student Involvement. Advisor Manual.

Dunkel, N. W., & Schuh, J. H. (1998). Advising student groups and organizations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publisher.

Pearson, F., & Bownan, R.L. (2000) The faculty role: Implications for collaboration with student affairs. College Student Affairs Journal: Spring 2000: 18.2, 29-40.

Contact

Stacy L. Jones, Ed. D.

Director of Student Development

Office of the Dean of Students

The University of Alabama

sjones@sa.ua.edu

(205) 348-DEAN