2013-2014 MSCSA Work Plan


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Kelly Charpentier-Berg
After several conversations, MSCSA staff and Cabinet have put together a detailed plan for the work that the association will be doing this year. Throughout the year, this plan will serve as the guide for MSCSA leadership to further its mission in ensuring professional development and advocating for affordable higher education. In this presentation, you will see the goals and measurable outcomes mapped out in the work plan.

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  • MnSCU Shared Governance model.
  • Strategy, Implement, chaired by Darleen
  • 2013-2014 MSCSA Work Plan

    1. 1. Kelly Charpentier-Berg, President
    2. 2. Tactic 1: Develop and prioritize our upcoming policy and legislative agenda by providing consultation sessions prior to requests for finalization with Platform Committee. Tactic 2: Increase Platform Committee involvement by having a member give a presentation on relevant research topics during prep meetings. Tactic 3: Provide staff and cabinet support during research development and execution of presentations and motions. Tactic 4: Continue to provide and expand annual transitional training for regional representatives. Tactic 5: Cabinet communication monthly to GC and Platform Committee members to review agenda items, answer questions and encourage discussion.
    3. 3. Tactic 1: President and Vice-President will provide suggested agenda items to representatives prior to every conference. Tactic 2: Provide training on electronic tools to encourage virtual attendance when transportation proves difficult.
    4. 4. Tactic 1: Call Student Senate Presidents monthly to address campus specific concerns, offer additional resources and assist with registration. Tactic 2: Consult with CSGs and organize visits to 80% of campuses based around topics of campus interest and MSCSA campaigns. Tactic 3: Contact advisors of inactive CSGs at least once per semester to identify and remove barriers to participation. Tactic 4: Implement social media plan to build excitement and increase information sharing.
    5. 5. Tactic One: Develop pilot training by spring semester. Tactic Two: Debut training in summer of 2014
    6. 6. Goal 3: Expand donor and funding base.
    7. 7. Objective One: Increase scholarship giving to $30,000 annually.
    8. 8. Tactic One: Continue to grow I GAVE annual giving campaign by expanding matching gift program and reaching out to more MSCSA alumni. Tactic Two: Increase Scholarship Dinner profit to $15,000 by expanding sponsorship opportunities and identifying new target donors. Tactic Three: Utilize our vast student network at our colleges to collect student created items to generate additional donations.
    9. 9. Tactic One: Create a formal program for a facility/capital campaign using a fundraising consultant. Tactic Two: Partner with alumni association to implement campaign in order to inspire personal investment from our friends and alumni.
    10. 10. Tactic One: Identify key programming areas for soliciting external funds. Tactic Two: Create an ongoing grant cycle plan and identify potential donors with assistance from fundraising consultant.
    11. 11. Goal 4: Maximize accountability and resources through programming, office processes and facilities.
    12. 12. Objective One: Increase student satisfaction with trainings and events by averaging 3/4 on all surveyed metrics.
    13. 13. Tactic One: Survey student conference attendees regarding new topic ideas for future conferences. Tactic Two: Investigate additional ideas for more multi-level curriculum and workshops, and create pilot programming.
    14. 14. Objective Two: Offer consistency in event and conference delivery.
    15. 15. Tactic One: Create schedule of all conference details on an annual basis, and meet all deadlines. Tactic Two: Host regular brainstorming sessions regarding strengths and challenges of our conferences, and identify actionable items. Tactic Three: Create and train MSCSA leadership on utilizing a Style & Communication Guide.
    16. 16. Objective Three: Increase use of the 1515 Robert Street property by stakeholders for trainings, seminars, retreats and workshops to 10 events by June 30.
    17. 17. Tactic One: Create a space utilization plan for training center at 1515 Robert Street property. Tactic Two: Invite regions and senates to host small meetings (15 people) onsite at 1515 Robert Street property. Tactic Three: Host meetings with constituents, partners, decision makers and stakeholders in the new facility.