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The transition from military to college can be overwhelming and deters many veterans from starting or staying in school. Campuses play an important role in veterans' reintegration back into the community. As a school representative have you ever wondered how you can assist your veteran population transition from military to academic life? See how the University of Minnesota enhanced its services for student veterans and explore ways you can improve the academic success and well being of your student veterans. This session will contain topics such as reintegration; orientation programs; communicating effectively with veterans; planning a veteran appreciation day event; creating a veteran advisory committee on your campus; and tips on how to develop an effective veterans-services website.
Institutional veteran certification officers and leaders driving the change to assist student veterans in transition from military to academic life will learn how to incorporate new initiatives and determine which changes are right for their college or university. This could include directors of enrollment services or student services, and change managers. Leaders from financial aid and registration offices would also benefit.
Mary Koskan - Director, One Stop Student Service Center, University of Minnesota
Mary Koskan is the director of the One Stop Student Services at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Her office has responsibility for the certification of veteran’s educational benefits. Mary served on Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty’s Yellow Ribbon task force in higher education to ease the way for student veterans. She led a team in the design and successful implementation of initiatives which has become a best practices model in higher education for addressing the needs and issues of student veterans.
Carin Anderson – Senior Veteran Coordinator, University of Minnesota
Carin Anderson is the Senior Veterans Coordinator with One Stop Student Services at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Carin is responsible for the veterans and military education benefits certification process at the University of Minnesota. Carin is a veteran herself who served in Iraq with the Wisconsin National Guard from 2003-2004. After serving overseas, she returned to school to finish her undergraduate degree and experienced firsthand the difficulties of the transition from military to student life. Carin is able to use this experience when working with veterans on campus.
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You can purchase a single presentation or a pack of 3, 6 or 12. To register, add the product(s) to your cart and enter the appropriate coupon code if purchasing more than two events. Coupon code for 12 presentations - 12ondemand
Coupon code for 6 presentations - 6ondemand
Coupon code for 3 presentations - 3ondemand
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1. We email you a link and password that will give you access to the On-Demand Training presentations2. You distribute the link and password to your entire faculty and staff via email3. You will have access to these links indefinitely
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