All sorts of things can go wrong when you’re running a student organization. Your students could get rowdy and injure themselves at an orientation event. Transportation accidents may occur en route to an off-site event. Facilities or property may be damaged. Risk Management for Student Organization Advisors: A National Center for Student Leadership White Paper explains these important terms in plain English (not Legal-ese) so that you can take the steps necessary to safeguard organizational activities and reduce potential problems
Most student leaders manage their many duties without a hitch, amazing us with their abilities to multitask and balance competing priorities. Sometimes, however, student leaders become overwhelmed by their many responsibilities and things begin to fall apart. Student Leaders Struggling: When the Best and Brightest Need Help, prepares student advisors and mentors to recognize and respond to the warning signs that indicate when a student leader is nearing a crisis point and how to help before, during, and after a crisis.
What works in student leadership development … and what doesn’t? With all the tools, techniques and approaches available, which ones are actually benefiting your students? These are tough questions, but now there are good answers – research-based answers – that you can put to use in your campus programs, to create a richer, more fulfilling experience for your current and future student leaders. You’ll get those answers in Student Leadership Development Programs: 16 Best Practices: White Paper.