The Transfer Advocate Program has teamed up with Counseling 100 Faculty to host Transfer Advocate Career Panels. Through the panels, students have learned about the educational paths and experiences of our faculty and staff Transfer Advocates. Students have asked insightful questions and have walked away from the panels learning more about themselves and about how they think about their futures.
Students received assignments to reach out to Transfer Advocates on campus who either attended the campus of their choice or have a major or career that the student is interested in. The first two panels were hosted on February 18 and 25 and the final panel of the semester will be on Tuesday, March 10.
On Wednesday, February 25, the Transfer Center hosted its second Transfer Advocate Program Orientation. A new group of advocates was oriented to the program, moving the program closer to its goal of reaching 100 advocates on campus. Currently, the program has just over 50 participants, including President Stanback Stroud!
Are you interested in becoming a Transfer Advocate or hosting a panel in one of your classes? Please contact Michele Haggar at email@example.com.
Article and photo submitted by Suzanne Poma