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Developing Student Leadership and Elevating Student Employment into a High Impact Practice Carol Alleyne, Developing Student Leadership and Elevating Student Employment into a High Impact Practice Carol Alleyne, Ed. D. , City University of New York, Queensborough Community College Kate Bard, M. A. , University of Nebraska at Omaha Adam Rockman, Ed. D. , City University of New York, Queens College Monday, March 5 (1: 15 PM - 2: 05 PM) Salon A - Marriott Downtown

Presentation Overview • High Impact Practices • Examples of Student Employment Programs: • Team Presentation Overview • High Impact Practices • Examples of Student Employment Programs: • Team Maverick • Student Ambassadors at Queensborough Community College • Student Employment and Development • Implementation on Your Campus

“On-campus employment is rarely constructed with the intent of fostering educational outcomes. ” Devaney, “On-campus employment is rarely constructed with the intent of fostering educational outcomes. ” Devaney, 1997

“[H]igher education scholars, policymakers, and administrators often frame work as little more than a “[H]igher education scholars, policymakers, and administrators often frame work as little more than a means of acquiring the financial capital necessary to pay for higher education. ” King, 2006; King & Bannon, 2002; Perna, Cooper, & Li, 2006

“[E]mployment experience can enhance the development of a range of traits such as autonomy, “[E]mployment experience can enhance the development of a range of traits such as autonomy, responsibility, and relatedness that closely mirror the leadership capacities central to the social change model of leadership. ” Hackett, 1995; Stajkovic & Luthans, 1998

High Impact Practices • High-Impact Practices share several traits: • • demand considerable time High Impact Practices • High-Impact Practices share several traits: • • demand considerable time and effort facilitate learning outside of the classroom require meaningful interactions with faculty and students encourage collaboration with diverse others positive associations with student learning and retention provide frequent and substantive feedback can be life-changing (Kuh, 2008)

Student Ambassador Program • • Overview Application process Interview process Collaborative assignments and projects Student Ambassador Program • • Overview Application process Interview process Collaborative assignments and projects

Training and Leadership Development • Training tools • Practical leadership experience Training and Leadership Development • Training tools • Practical leadership experience

Student Employment and Development • Developing soft skills • Appropriate behaviors in the workplace Student Employment and Development • Developing soft skills • Appropriate behaviors in the workplace

Team Maverick • Intentional student employment program • • Recruitment and selection Orientation and Team Maverick • Intentional student employment program • • Recruitment and selection Orientation and training Professional development Rewards and recognition

Team Maverick • Shout to program influences • Team Mizzou (University of Missouri) • Team Maverick • Shout to program influences • Team Mizzou (University of Missouri) • Team Pacific (University of the Pacific)

Implementation on Your Campus • • • Size of student population makes a difference Implementation on Your Campus • • • Size of student population makes a difference Pick and choose what works best for you Identifying resources Campus partners and buy-in Learning outcomes and assessment

Implementation on Your Campus • Discuss in a small group Implementation on Your Campus • Discuss in a small group

Questions? Carol Alleyne, Director of New Student Engagement calleyne@qcc. cuny. edu Kate Bard, Assistant Questions? Carol Alleyne, Director of New Student Engagement [email protected] cuny. edu Kate Bard, Assistant Director of Student Success & Leadership Programs [email protected] edu Adam Rockman, Vice President for Student Affairs [email protected] cuny. edu

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