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Presenters Dr. Jeanne Friedman, Academy Development Director Steve Brown, Academy Development Director NAF Southeast Regional Team Members Engaging and Sustaining Your NAF Advisory Board
Webinar Housekeeping Participants will automatically be muted Questions and comments are to be typed in the “Type Your Question Here” box Copy of the PowerPoint presentation and attachments will be placed on the Community Forum for participants to access after the webinar (http://naf.org/community)
Practice using your question box by providing your responses in the… “Type Your Question Here” box. Please type: 1.Your position 2.Academy theme 3.Respond to the following question: Are you currently volunteering or have you ever volunteered with any organization?
Use the “Type Your Question Here” box again by answering the following question: Why do industry and post-secondary professionals volunteer to serve on NAF Advisory Boards?
Webinar Objectives By the end of this webinar, participants should better understand: 1.Types of support Advisory Board members provide in developing and sustaining an academy 2.How Advisory Board requirements are threaded throughout the Academy Assessment 3.Materials/information to be placed inside the academy’s Evidence Binder
ENVISION & DESIGN – YOP Year One Advisory Board Development Path
ENVISION & DESIGN – YOP Year One People Academy Design Team Advisory Board Processes Visioning, Planning, and Trust Building Note: Research should be conducted during visioning and planning Activities Recruiting, Orientating, and Team Building Tools AB Manual, PowerPoint and Multimedia Presentations, AB Story Map, AB Thank You Letter of Support Advisory Board Development Path
Advisory Board Development Path, cont. FORM – Year One “How will we work best together as an Advisory Board?” START - Year One “This is how we plan to help the academy students.”
Advisory Board Development Path, cont. FORM – Year One “How will we work best together as an Advisory Board?” START - Year One “This is how we plan to help the academy students.” People Academy Team and Advisory Board Processes Reporting Out and Making Decisions Engaging by forming AB committees Activities Advisory Board Recruitment Event Student Recruitment Planning and Implementation Goal Clarification: Strategic Planning and Budgeting Tools WIIFMs and Suggested By-Laws with AB By-laws Template
Advisory Board Development Path, cont. DEVELOP – Year 2 People Advisory Board and Academy Team Processes Begin finding paid internships Engaging by attending NAF conferences Activities Professional Development for AB members, Teachers, Directors, and Administrators Goal Clarification: Student Input, Fundraising, Articulation Agreements Tools Resource link on www.naf.orgwww.naf.org
Advisory Board Development Path, cont. GROWTH – Years 3-4 People Advisory Board and Academy Team Processes Begin finding paid internships Engage by attending NAF conferences Activities Professional Development for AB members, Teachers, Directors, and Administrators Goal Clarification: Student Input, Fundraising, Articulation Agreements Tools Resource link on www.naf.orgwww.naf.org
Sustainability Years 1,2,3,4, 4+ The Five R’s for Sustainability 1.Renewal 2.Reward 3.Recognition 4.Recommitment 5.Results Eureka!
Businesses are always about bottom line. Businesses are accustomed to dealing with an end product. A business will influence and improve the product to ensure it’s a winner. Do you realize NAF Advisory Boards function somewhat like a business… with its bottom line being student achievement? Yea or Nay?
What are ways to ensure that advisory board members leave Board meetings and events feeling that their contribution was valued? Engaging an Advisory Board
Sustaining Advisory Board Members When advisory board members are engaged, sustainability will prevail. Remember the Five Rs
Guiding Questions The by-laws address succession planning, committee membership, meeting attendance and membership termination. How do the AB Chair and Academy Director communicate regularly between AB meetings? How can you ensure continuity from active business partner companies if an employee must leave the AB?
Guiding Questions What material needs does your academy have that could be financed by your board members monetarily or as an in-kind contribution? How can the AB raise money and/or develop resources to support/sustain the academy? What AB recruitment strategies will be used to find members who can successfully serve on a standing committee?
What Advisory Board structure do you think would lend itself to engagement and sustainability?
Advisory Board Requirements Threaded Throughout the Academy Assessment Advisory Board strategic actions threaded throughout the other three Academy Assessment elements: Element I. Academy Development 1.3.b: Data Review 1.4.a: Academy Leadership Structure Element III. Curriculum and Instruction 3.3.a: Sufficient Academic Support
Advisory Board Requirements Threaded Throughout the Academy Assessment, cont. Element IV. Work-Based Learning 4.2.a: Compensated Internships 4.2.b: Support with Logistical and Organizational needs
Evidence Binder and/or Folder Examples of materials and information for Evidence Binders: AB members spending time directly supporting academy students and teachers AB members providing help AB preparing a yearly Strategic Plan that includes resource development strategies AB conducting fund-raising events or other activities to provide financial resources to the academy such as scholarships, compensated internships, travel costs, etc. By-laws showing succession strategy OR 2-3 year AB development plan to address all components not already in place upon YOP completion [strategic planning session recommended]
Next Steps Connect with your peers and access resources on the Advisory Board Support for Sustainability Forum on the NAF Online Community Forum: http://naf.org/community http://naf.org/community Ensure there is an AB Roster and AB by-laws showing a succession plan and a resource fund-raising plan for inclusion inside your YOP Evidence Folder Involve your AB in completing the YOP Academy Assessment Sign-up for the e-College course: “Building an AB that Really Works” Contact your Regional NAF Team Members with questions and requests for additional support Thank you for attending and participating in today’s webinar!
NAF Regional Support West Regional Beth Kay, Regional Director firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Aazam Irilian, Academy Development Manager email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Morgan Pulleyblank, Academy Development Manager Morgan@naf.org Ana Morrison, Network Liaison email@example.com@naf.org Central Regional Rebecca Privett, Regional Director firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Jessica Felix, Academy Development Manager email@example.com@naf.org Dr. Dan Wallace, Instructional Manager firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Fred Press, Network Liaison email@example.com@naf.org Northeast Regional Tanya Navas, Regional Director firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Sarah Hickert, Academy Development Manager NYC email@example.com@naf.org Laura Fidler, Instructional Manager firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Jen Geisler, Network Liaison email@example.com@naf.org Southeast Regional Jeanine Flynn, Regional Director firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Steve Brown, Academy Development Director email@example.com@naf.org Dr. Jeanne Friedman, Academy Development Director firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Dr. Dan Wallace, Instructional Manager firstname.lastname@example.org@naf.org Tony Asplin, Network Liaison email@example.com@naf.org