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Advisory Committees. ABEA 2007. Kathy Woodcock Conway High School West Conway, Arkansas. What. A group of volunteers that meets regularly on a long-term basis to provide advice and/or support to an institution or one of its subunits

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Advisory committees

Advisory Committees

ABEA 2007

Kathy Woodcock

Conway High School West

Conway, Arkansas


Advisory committees
What

  • A group of volunteers that meets regularly on a long-term basis to provide advice and/or support to an institution or one of its subunits

  • Advisory committees help by connecting them to their environments

  • Names – advisory, partnership, relationship


Advisory committees
Why

  • Two heads are better than one

  • Business uses them

  • Education uses them

  • Because the state department requires it


Advisory committees
Who

  • Appropriate and diverse representation

    • Business/industry

    • Male/female

    • Age

    • Ethnicity


Who new ideas
Who – new ideas?

  • Small and large businesses

    • Service

    • Technology

    • Manufacturing

    • Retail

    • Food Service

    • Farming

    • Chamber of Commerce**


Advisory committees

Former students

Just entering the workforce

Still in college/training

Current students

Faculty members

Core subjects

New and experienced

Counselors

  • Parents

    • Current, former, or “to be”


Advisory committees

  • Decision Makers

    • President/CEO

    • Department heads

    • School board member

  • Someone who can say “yes” on the spot


How many
How Many?

  • Depends (level of service)

  • If you want 10, invite 20

How Long?

  • 2-3 years

  • Staggered terms


What do you do with it
What do you do with “It”

  • Ask some questions

    • Why do you need the committee

    • What are you asking from them

    • What can you do for them

  • Be specific (don’t waste time)

    • Use an agenda

    • Ask, thank, remind, recognize


What the regulars
What – the regulars

  • Guest speakers

  • Field trips

  • Rubber stamp

  • Because we have to

  • We need something

  • Job shadowing

  • Networking


What new ideas
What – new ideas

  • Visit during the school day

  • Special project advisor

  • Teach a lesson

  • Demonstrate

    • New product/equipment

    • New technique

    • How “real” business people do it

  • ????


Evaluate
Evaluate

  • Was the experience positive

    • Will the members come back

  • Were goals established and met

  • Is there evidence

    • Agenda

    • Minutes