Staying Local: Navigating a Regional Job Search

Let me start by saying this – time flies. It feels like just yesterday, I was an #SAgrad beginning my job search but here we are, a year later, and I’m an #SApro. As I reflect back on my time in graduate school, I not only recognize how quickly it went by, but the development I experienced along the way. When I started my program, I knew I was going to do a national job search and make a move to a new place. My wanderlust was ready for the next adventure.

Still No Job? Some Ideas to Consider

Patrick Love - Spotlight

Patrick Love
VPSA
New York Institute of Technology

Here it is early May and you are still without a job. Your peers are posting on Facebook, Twitter, and your grad program listserv the jobs they have been accepting. You are happy for them, but each announcement hurts you a little bit more.

Robert Aaron - Careers in Student Affairs Spotlight

As part of Careers in Student Affairs Month, we have invited individuals from different ACPA entities to share their unique perspectives on the field through Career Spotlight Q&A pages. We hope these will be a valuable resource for individuals considering work or graduate school in student affairs and higher education. This submission is from Robert Aaron, representing the Commission for Assessment and Evaluation. For more information on the Commission's work, please visit their webpage

Vu Tran - Careers in Student Affairs Spotlight

As part of Careers in Student Affairs Month, we have invited individuals from different ACPA entities to share their unique perspectives on the field through Career Spotlight Q&A pages. We hope these will be a valuable resource for individuals considering work or graduate school in student affairs and higher education. This submission is from Vu Tran, representing the Commission for Social Justice Educators. For more information on the Commission's work, please visit their webpage