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NPIT program

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Lunch: 11:30am—12:30pm

Interviewers, presenters, HESA faculty, and second-year students are welcome to a networking lunch.

Bowling Green Student Development Association Presents:

Mock Interviews: 12:30pm
For Second Year CSP Students

We would like to thank…
BGSDA BGSU Vice President for Student Affairs Office Conference Presenters CSP Student Participants HESA Faculty Kathy Bechstein Mock Interviewers Thank you for your time, dedication, and commitment to advancing the professional skills of our current College Student Personnel graduate students. This event would not have been possible without your help. 2008 NPIT Co-Chairs: Anne Becker Renee Wiedenhoeft 2009 NPIT Co-Chairs: Jayne Appley Chad Myers

NPIT Conference 2008
New Professionals in Transition
Sponsored by the Bowling Green Student Development Association

Friday, January 25th

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Registration & Welcome Keynote Speaker

8:00am—8:30am 8:30am—9:30am

BTSU Ballroom (Room 202B) BTSU Ballroom (Room 202B)
Presenter: Jill Carr, Dean of Students, Bowling Green State University; Andy Alt, Assistant Dean of Students, Bowling Green State University

“Developing a Job Search Plan as a First Year CSP Student”
Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 315 Presenter: Jared Tuberty, BGSU Doctoral Student; College Education &

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Session One: Continued

Human Development Graduate Assistant
Intended Audience: First-Year Students Description: It is not too early to start a job search plan of attack. While it is too
soon to apply to open full-time positions, there are many things that you can do to prepare for a successful and stress-free search next year.

Session Selection:
First-year and second-year students may choose among the following sessions hosted by HESA faculty, doctoral students, and friends. Session space is limited by room capacity. If the room is full when you arrive, please consider one of the other sessions available. Program audience is noted, however, participants are welcome to attend events most beneficial to their professional development.

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Session Two: 10:40am—11:30am
“Millionaire Manners”

Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 315 Presenter: Sally Click, BGSU Doctoral Student; Office of the Vice

President for Student Affairs Graduate Assistant
Intended Audience: First and Second-Year Students Description: Do you have Millionaire Manners? This fast=moving game show
program will review job search and conference etiquette basics to include: Meeting & Greeting, Wining & Dining, and Playing it Smart. Audience participation required. In a previous life, current HiEd doctoral student, Sally Click, directed a university career services operation that included teaching a job search skills course. Meredith Vieira could not attend NPIT so Sally agreed to host the show.

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“Second-Years and the Job Search”
Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 316

Presenters: Dr. Maureen Wilson, HESA Faculty & Dr. Michael Griffel, Director of Residence Life, Bowling Green State University Intended Audience: Second-Year Students Description: Attendees will gain a general understanding of a placement center event
life cycle and potential strategies for a beneficial placement experience. In addition, alternative/complementary options to placement will be explored. The research surrounding recruitment, retention, and job satisfaction factors of entry level staff will be discussed and attendees will leave with a short list of self-selected factors identified as important in their search and how to use this in the placement process. A brief discussion of the challenges and opportunities of a housing career will also occur.

“Sprint versus Marathon: Pacing Yourself in the Interview Process”
Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 316 Presenter: Jeff Kegolis, BGSU Doctoral Student; President’s Leadership

Academy Graduate Assistant
Intended Audience: Second-Year Students Description: Join me and explore the placement processes of the NASPA and
ACPA Conferences. To fully understand the upcoming job search experience, aspects that follow the conference including phone interviews and campus visits will also be addressed. Handouts will be provided to help you put your best foot forward as you race toward your dream job!

“Habits Become Character: Be the Supervisor You Want to Be”
111 Hayes Hall
Presenter: Tim Velotta, Area Director/Hall Director, BGSU and Sarah Rebhun, Hall Director, BGSU Intended Audience: Second-Year Students Description: Learn the basic tenants of supervision and the skills necessary to
build appropriate relationships with your supevisors and supervisees. Generational differences and relationship-building with your staff will be discussed.

“What’s Your Style?”
Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 207 Presenter: Lisa Root, BGSU Doctoral Student; Office of the Vice President

for Student Affairs Graduate Assistant
Intended Audience: First and Second-Year Students Description: Understanding your communication style can help you to be more
effective in many areas of your professional career. Join this session to discover more through a communication style inventory and discussion of its application to your professional skills.

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