The Future of the Advisor Resource Training (ART): How the ART Program Changes Impact YOU Presented by Dr. Cory A. Shapiro IACURH Regional Advisor AIMHO Conference November 12, 2013 Learning Outcomes To inform AIMHO members of details surrounding the new ART program. To emphasize the value of professional development opportunities for student organization advisors. To answer questions from AIMHO members who have finished, started, or are interested in ART. Snapshots into Advising A Question to Start With What does REALLY look like for ART and Professional Development for Advisors Advisor Resource Training (ART) Founded on research conducted by Dunkel & Porter (1996). No endorsement until NACURH 2012. Master ART track added in 2003. Offered at state, regional, and national conferences. 5 Core Workshops, 7 Electives, and 3 Experiential Components. Current ART Curriculum • Core Workshops – Advisor as an Information Resource – Student/Group Dev. Theory & Models – Recruitment & Retention – Working with an Executive Board – Meetings & Activities Current ART Curriculum • Electives (complete 3 of 7) – Legal Issues – How Diversity Affects the RHA – Conferencing – Motivation of Student Leaders – Working with the NCC – Advising an NRHH Chapter – Bid-Writing Current ART Curriculum • Experiential Components – Advising for 2 years (at full-time capacity) – Attend NACURH-affiliated Conference – Attend NACURH-affiliated business meeting Background of ART Changes • History of Committee Development – Advisor feedback regarding ART – Regional Advisor workgroup (2010-2011) – Task Force (‘11-’12, Advisors & Students) • NACURH 2012 Legislation • Current Committee Structure & Charge – All 8 Regions and Offices – NBD/NNB Students, Regional Advisors, and Alumni 2012-2013 Progress • Replicated Advisor Competency Survey – Processed Data – Identified Core Advisor Competencies • Created New Structure Including Learning Outcomes for Each Session • Planned Transition of Advisors from Old to New Curriculum • Gave Update to All Regions to Receive Feedback Around No Frills/Mini’s Time Top 10 Competencies STUDENT RESPONSES ADVISOR RESPONSES 1. Serve as information resource 1. Serve as information resource 2. Motivate and encourage members 2. Serve as university liaison between departments and students 3. Interpret Univ. policies/procedures 3. Interpret Univ. policies/procedures 4. Attend meetings and activities 4. Motivate and encourage members 5. Serve as university liaison between departments and students 5. Provide continuity or the organization 6. Possess knowledge of legal issues, liability and risk management 6. Possess knowledge of legal issues, liability and risk management 7. Meet with the RHA executive board 7. Attend meetings and activities 8. Provide continuity or the organization 8. Meet with the RHA executive board 9. Orient new officers to responsibilities 9. Orient new officers to responsibilities 10. Confront negative behavior 10. Understand student/group development theories and models New Structure • Level 1 – Hall Council Advisors – Occur on home campuses • Level 2 – Upper level skills covered (RHA/NRHH advisors) – Only at NACURH affiliated conferences • Level 3 – Cover skills related to advising at regional and NACURH levels and giving back to profession – Only at NACURH affiliated conferences Level 1 - Sessions Role of Organizational Advisor Leadership Development Theory Group Development Event/Program Planning Motivation & Recognition Recruitment & Retention Understanding Organizational Structure Becoming the Master of Your Campus Resources • Parliamentary Procedure • • • • • • • • Level 2 - Sessions • RHA/NRHH Campus Organizations • Student Development Theory • Working with Your Campus NCC and NRHH Reps • Advising a Conference Delegation • Bringing Back NACURH Information All Year • Legal Issues/Risk Management • Advising NRHH Chapters • Bid Writing • Student Advocacy • Level 1 Train the Trainer Level 3 - Sessions • Conference Team Advising • Long Distance Advising • Hosting Regional/National Executive Members • Assessment of Leadership Programs • How to Write an Article on Advising to be Published • Level 2 Train the Trainer Miscellaneous ART Components • Experiential requirements will be implemented for all 3 level and include some of the following: – – – – Years of Advising Experience Conference Attendance Article Publication Presenting ART Sessions • Assessment Plan for sessions/program • Potential Webinar/Podcast availability for Level 1 sessions Transition Timeline • Summer 2013 – Recruit advisor assistance in session development – Form session development committees • December 2013 – Sessions turned in for review by mini-committees – ART Standards Committee begins session review • No Frills/Mini’s 2014 – Last conference for current ART curriculum – Pilot half day training in some regions Transition Timeline • NACURH 2014 – Happy 60th Birthday Present to NACURH! – Inaugural ART Presentations • Eligibility – Current ART completed or partial (51% or more) – Development Committee members as Presenters Beyond NACURH 2014 • Exploration and implementation of more user-friendly database for tracking • Development of new webpage at www.nacurh.org/art • Ongoing development of ART and steps for long-term sustainability FAQs • I’ve already started/finished/almost done with current ART. Are you going to grandfather people in? • What do I get when I finish ART? • Why can’t I present Level 2 or 3 on my campus? • Will there be a cost for ART? If so, how much and why? Questions About ART?