Presentation on theme: "We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. Sir Winston Churchill Personal Advising Coach."— Presentation transcript:
We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. Sir Winston Churchill Personal Advising Coach
They could really use a helping hand! Between 170 & 200 “at-risk” students will be stepping onto the Rio Grande campus for the first time this coming fall! We believe that YOU c an be that helping hand!
We’re lookin’ for a few good men and women… Title III is launching a new advising initiative… one in which YOU can make a difference on whether or not they succeed! Be a Personal Advising Coach (PAC)! You’ll have 4-6 advisees to encourage, advise, and support! You’ll be supported by training opportunities and resources through Title III Advising Initiatives and CARS (Center for Career Advising & Resource Services)! You’ll be helping to “re-stack” the cards in favor of our academically endangered students!
As a PAC (Personal Advising Coach), you are asked to… Work with 4 to 6 “at-risk” students… Participate in new student orientations this summer ( if possible )… Participate in training and support opportunities throughout the year… Join in on listserv and online discussions regarding advising… Share questions and concerns with Thom Mollohan, Title III Advising Specialist or Dorna Smith, the CARS Director…
If you are willing to serve as a PAC or would like more information… call Thom Mollohan at ext or him at
Personal Advising Coach We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. Sir Winston Churchill