One of the goals of SUNYCUAD is to promote the professional development of new members through outreach and structured mentoring programs, thereby increasing the retention of “new talent” within the SUNY advancement community. To that end, SUNYCUAD is offering a new Career Coaching Program to connect experienced SUNYCUAD members with newcomers to the SUNY advancement community.
The new program provides a SUNYCUAD career coach to newcomers who are either new to SUNY or the advancement field within the past five years, or who have switched fields within advancement recently. Interested newcomers will be matched with a career coach who is a seasoned advancement professional in the newcomer’s field (i.e. public relations, alumni relations, publications, electronic communications, development, government relations or marketing.)
Participants (both coach and “coachee”) are asked to make a one-year commitment to the program, with the option to continue if both members would like to stay connected.
SUNYCUAD’s Career Coaching program provides “coachees” with the opportunity to:
Career coaches have the opportunity to:
For more information, contact Nancy Griffin at email@example.com or (315) 267-2112.