Columbus, Ohio, United StatesOverview
Approximately half of ACPA members currently identify as entry-level professionals, and 40% have less than five years of experience in student affairs work. ACPA created the Phyllis L. Mable New Professionals Institute to address the knowledge and skills emerging professionals desire as they collectively serve thousands of students on a daily basis.
This 3rd annual Institute is designed to support LGBTQ leaders who are looking to advance within higher education, as well as for faculty, staff, and students looking for an opportunity to learn about current issues in Higher Education affecting the LGBTQ Community. The Institute is designed for participants throughout higher education, including academic affairs, student affairs, finance, and development.
Location: Costa Mesa, California, USA
Coalition on Men and Masculinities
Grant Application and Guidelines
ACPA College Student Educators International
Purpose of Grant
The purpose of this grant is to provide funding and support for students, faculty and staff on college campuses in their efforts to promote men’s development. The grant operates based upon the mission and goals of the Coalition on Men and Masculinities (CMM).
CMM Mission and Values
Policy & Practice of Student Affairs at the Two Year College
Host University: Washington University, St. Louis
Held at One Dupont Circle, Washington, DC
Sessions run from 9:00am – 5:00pm each day and include lunchRegister Here >>
$475 for ACPA members and $675 for non-members. A student discount will be available.