Building a Professional Naviance Network

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  • History of group - Originally formed as an informal network by a College Counselor as schools in our area began using Naviance. This fizzled after a year or two and remained dormant until generalist counselors were seeking more information.
  • History of group - Originally formed as an informal network by a College Counselor as schools in our area began using Naviance. This fizzled after a year or two and remained dormant until generalist counselors were seeking more information.
  • History of group - Originally formed as an informal network by a College Counselor as schools in our area began using Naviance. This fizzled after a year or two and remained dormant until generalist counselors were seeking more information.
  • History of group - Originally formed as an informal network by a College Counselor as schools in our area began using Naviance. This fizzled after a year or two and remained dormant until generalist counselors were seeking more information.
  • History of group - Originally formed as an informal network by a College Counselor as schools in our area began using Naviance. This fizzled after a year or two and remained dormant until generalist counselors were seeking more information.
  • Building a Professional Naviance Network

    1. 1. Building a Professional Naviance Network July 10, 2013 Michelle Schlack Brian LaPorte School Counselor School Counselor Niles North Naperville North
    2. 2. Building a Professional Naviance Network
    3. 3. Who We Are • Chicago Area Naviance Network (CANN) • History of CANN pre 2008 - 2009 post 2008 – 2009 • Who belongs to CANN Registrars Generalist Counselors College Counselors Directors of Student Services IT personnel
    4. 4. How We Work • Meetings are held anywhere from 1 – 3 times per year • Meeting invite and rsvp sent out via listserv • Agenda items can come from anyone
    5. 5. Past Agendas Past Agendas First agenda Agenda with break out sessions Agenda with optional sessions
    6. 6. Things to Consider When Building A Professional Network • Support administrative support is essential, colleagues, Naviance personnel, • Cost Possible expenses: hospitality, thank you gift cards for presenters • Space how many people (tables and chairs), technology needs, how many rooms for break outs • Meeting time of day, time of year, location (central if possible, near expressways) • Getting the word out create listserv, announce at local counselor organizations, network through friends • Agenda items Lots of ideas, few presenters, try to solicit member input • Presenters good luck, this takes some arm twisting
    7. 7. Our Successes Sharing Best Practices Sample member survey Discussion cards Website http://www.CANNsupport.org
    8. 8. Our Lessons Learned • Group leadership • Creating meeting agendas • Finding presenters • Listserv issues • Using break out groups • Catering to a wide range of users (counselors, college counselors, registrars, administrators)
    9. 9. Our Contact Information Michelle Schlack Counselor, Niles North High School micsch@d219.org 847-626-2171 Brian LaPorte Counselor, Naperville North blaporte@naperville203.org 630-420-6504
    10. 10. Your Feedback Matters! Thank you for attending the Naviance Summer Institute 2013! We greatly appreciate your feedback, please complete a brief evaluation for this session at: http://go.naviance.com/evaluations

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