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The Peer Advising Advantage: Creating Meaningful Connections

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Moderator: Kathy Stockwell (Fox Valley Technical College) Panelists: Dana Zahorik (Fox Valley Technical College), Connie Rice (Santa Clara University), Megumi Makino-Kanehiro (University of Hawaii-Manoa), Kelly Stegath (Fox Valley Technical College)

Peer advisors can provide the necessary connection students need in order to become engaged. In this videocast panel discussion, sponsored by NACADA's Peer Advising and Mentoring Commission and led by NACADA Past President Kathy Stockwell, panelists Dana Zahorik (Fox Valley Technical College), Connie Rice (Santa Clara University), Megumi Makino-Kanehiro (University of Hawaii-Manoa), and Kelly Stegath (Fox Valley Technical College) consider the benefits and challenges of peer advising programs. Topics of discussion include development of programs and necessary resources to be successful, attaining “buy-in” from campus constituencies, initial and ongoing training ideas, program assessment and evaluation of peer advisors, and creative incentives/payment of peer advisors. (Webinar, 11/14/13, 59 minutes. Recommended accompaniment: Peer Advising & Mentoring: A Guide for Advising Practioner, NACADA book ISBN: 978-1-935140-26-9)

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