I have always enjoyed mentoring Student Affairs graduate students. After all, since my own experience at Central Connecticut State University was instrumental in my professional development, it only made sense to pay it forward whenever I could. Tonight on Twitter, I happened to be lurking on the new #saGrad chat. There were some great conversations happening here, and like last year, I knew I wanted to pitch in again and help out if I could.
During the chat, I tweeted to Tina Horvath:
To which she replied:
This was my call to action! So today, I am asking all my fellow #sachat professionals for help. If you are interested in being a mentor for a Student Affairs Graduate Student to help with mock interviews, resume and cover letter reviews, negotiation strategies, and/or general mentoring meetings and conversation, please fill in your information here!
If you are an Student Affairs Graduate Student looking for an #sachat professional as a mentor to help with mock interviews, resume and cover letter reviews, and/or mentoring meetings and conversation, then fill in your information here! I will pair you up based on your answers!
My hope is to make connections between the amazing student affairs professionals and graduate students on Twitter. Brian LeDuc has done some great work to connect student affairs graduate students together and I would like help out in this small way.
What general advice do you have for Student Affairs Graduate Students? What do you wish you knew when you were a graduate student?