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Collaborative Partnerships & The Benefits Of Merging

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The Academic Advising & Career Centre, University of Toronto Scarborough as a model of how to blend the following student services: academic advising, career counselling, study skills learning, & …

The Academic Advising & Career Centre, University of Toronto Scarborough as a model of how to blend the following student services: academic advising, career counselling, study skills learning, & employment services. Presented at ACPA/NASPA Joint Meeting 2007 and NACADA 2008 National Conferences.

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  • 1. Get On Board: Collaborative Partnerships the Benefits of Merging Laura Pasquini, Academic Advisor Fiorella Shields, Resource Centre Manager Kristen Tippin, Career Counsellor NACADA National Conference 2007 Friday, October 19, 2007
  • 2. Agenda o Introductions o Learning Outcomes o The Higher Education Cycle Trends o Assessment of Student Needs o A Culture of Collaboration – Academic Advising Career Centre o Application to Your Campus o Conclusion
  • 3. Learning Outcomes o Learn successful approaches for integrating advising and career services o Identify roles that students can play in advising and career development o Generate ideas for implementing collaboration on your campus

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