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Ad-Hoc Committee on Core Competencies
At the summer meeting of the NODA Board of Directors, the Board formally approved a set of Core Competencies for the field of Orientation, Transition and Retention that can be used to guide professional development. After a number of strategic discussions, the Board felt that the scope of this work was extremely broad and multifaceted, and that it would be beneficial to develop a strategy for how the Association should implement these competencies, both in the short-term and over the next several years.

With this plan in mind, the NODA Board of Directors approved the formation of an Ad Hoc Committee for Core Competency Implementation. We invite you to apply to this exciting volunteer leadership opportunity. Applications are due January 25, 2017.

The charge of this committee:

  • Identify the key elements of a formal implementation process that the Association should address, and prioritize these elements.

Click here to view the application

 

Ad Hoc Committee: Globalization of the Association

At the fall meeting of the NODA Board of Directors, the Board formally approved a motion to eliminate the Canadian Network, based upon the recommendation of the Network Chair; their recommendation was rooted in the belief that the Canadian membership would benefit more from being directly involved in the work of other topical Networks, as well as a recognition that the Association needs to formally address the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse international membership.

Having recently attended the NASPA / IASIS Global Summit on Student Affairs and Services, it became evident to the Association Leadership that there is significant interest in OTR issues among student services professionals around the world, and the opportunity exists to be at the forefront of a global conversation around these issues that would be extremely valuable to achieving the strategic goals of the Association, while aligning NODA with the broader strategic goals of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).

With these ideas in mind, the NODA Board of Directors approved the formation of an Ad Hoc Committee to address the globalization of the Association.

The charge of this committee:

Develop a set of recommendations for how to center the Association in the development of a global conversation about Orientation, Transition, and Retention issues.

Click here to view the application.

 

Leadership Awaits
NODA invites you to become an active participant in our future by getting involved in one of our many leadership roles. As a leader in NODA, we collectively challenge our thinking and approach to the complex issues of orientation, transition, and retention in the changing face of our new college students. Leadership in our organization provides many benefits:

  • Enhance your professional development
  • Network with leaders in the field of orientation, transition, and retention
  • Form life-long friendships
  • Make a difference

It is an honor and a privilege to be a NODA leader. NODA leaders are the ambassadors of a select membership and as such, will adhere to standards set forth by the Association.

Make a difference
Many opportunities exist. While each may require different levels of commitment of time and energy, each is vital to the operations and resources that NODA is able to provide our members. Candidates for most positions should be members of NODA who are currently involved in orientation, transition, and retention.


Leadership Opportunities Timeline
Position
Term Begins
Term Length
Accepting Applications
Appointments
Annual Conference
Program Chair
May 1
2 years
Early March to early April
April
Annual Conference
Program Committee
May 1
2 years
Early March to early April
April
Association Committee Chair
Jan 1
1 year
August to mid-September
October
Association Committee Members
Jan 1
1 year
August to mid-September
October
Network Chair
Nov 1
2 years
Mid-August to mid-September
October
Regional Coordinator
Nov 1
2 years Mid-Aug to mid-Sep Sep / Oct (voting)
General Board Member Jan 1
3 years October
December (voting)
Secretary/Treasurer Jan 1
2 years October December (voting)
President-Elect Jan 1 3 years
October December (voting)


Other Leadership Positions:


 

 

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