The Mid-Level Community of Practice presents a series of free webinars each year for our membership. These webinars are designed for mid-level professionals, by mid-level professionals, and are facilitated by mid-level professionals and our partners. Webinar topics cover a wide range of topics and issues facing the mid-level professional. Below you will find information on upcoming webinars as well as links to recordings of our past offerings. 

If you have an idea for a webinar or are interested in helping with or presenting a future webinar please let us know! 

Upcoming Webinars

Queerness at the Mid-level
Monday, October 28, 2019 4:00-5:00 pm eastern 
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Panelists will include: 

  1. Matthew Abtahi, Assistant Director, Multicultural Student Affairs, Northwestern University
  2. Jacquis Watters, Associate Director of Multicultural Affairs and Social Justice Programs, Columbia College
  3. Tegra Myanna, Assistant Director, Lealtad-Suzuki Multicultural Center, Macalester College
  4. Dre Domingue, Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion, Davidson College




Past WebinarsSupervising the “current generation”: Millennials & Generation Z!

Brought to you by the Mid-Level Community of Practice and the Graduate & New Professionals Community of Practice this panel style webinar will look at supervision of current new professionals and graduate students. What does this group need from its Mid-Level supervisors? Hear from a panel of current new professionals on what we can do to best support, inspire, motivate, and supervise this generation of Student Affairs Practitioners.


Parenting at the Mid-Level-a Panel Discussion


Manage Webinar for "From Convention to Practice: taking what you learned at convention and implementing it on campus"


The ACPA Strategic Imperative for Racial Justice and Decolonization at the Mid-Level


Managing work, life, and everything else from the Middle-Mid-Level Community of Practice


How To Manage Your State While Walking on Fire- handling stress at the Mid-Level


Changing functional areas in Student Affairs: does it make sense for my career?


Assessing Ourselves. Co-sponsored by the Commission for Assessment and Evaluation and Mid-Level Community of Practice