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SS Lunch n Learn: It's A Matter of Time and Change: Collaborating...

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Transcript of SS Lunch n Learn: It's A Matter of Time and Change: Collaborating...

A SMART DECISION
Education level is the strongest correlate of employment and income levels.
Statistics Canada, 2010
5 years after leaving school:
4.7 percent unemployment rate
96% working in jobs that require a post-secondary degree
BC UNIVERSITY GRADS
CLASS OF 2008

The Research Universities'
Council of British Columbia, 2014
What percentage of 25 year olds maintain the same career expectations they had when they were 17?
What genre of music is that?!
Yup, that's a w
rap
...

Now for you auditory learners...
VIDEO:
Wondering Where Your
Degree Might Lead You?
http://blog-en.heqco.ca/2015/09/edudata-where-do-university-graduates-work-in-ontario/
Employers valued work integrated learning and co-curricular involvement above academic performance.
Career decision-making patterns of Canadian youth and associated post-secondary educational outcomes, 2000 to 2010 (StatsCan, 2015)
Just over half of Canadian university graduates had jobs closely related to their field of study, two years after graduation
(Bourdarbat and Montmarquette, 2009)
Change continues...
WHERE DO GRADUATES WORK?
THE POWER OF ACTION / EXPERIENCE:

THANK YOU!
OUTCOMES OF ACTION
?
Continue
Rethink
Expand
Volunteer • Join Clubs • Student Government • Co-op

To prepare for a specific job or career -- 44%

To apply what I will learn to make a positive difference in society or my community -- 10%

I am more likely to get a job with a degree -- 10%

To get a more fulfilling job than I probably would if I didn't go -- 9%

To satisfy my intellectual curiosity -- 7%
Canadian University Survey Consortium, 2016
CACEE Campus Recruitment and Benchmark Report, 2013
In one word, what's the main reason why students attend post-secondary?
37607
Text your answer to the following question:
*First, make sure you text SFU2016 to 37607 to join
It's a Matter of Time (and Change):

Collaborating to Better Support Students
Annette Santos
Director, Student Engagement and Retention
19 years in post-secondary
Multiple award winner

Tony Botelho
Director, Career & Volunteer Services
25 years in Student Services
Family man...

Remember what it's like to be 18?
not sure if we need this?
Will we want to use videos at all?
QUESTION:
Length of time to complete a degree

Priority is on studies (and other)

Transformative curriculum and experiences

Changes in the world
The proportion of workers aged 25 to 34 with a university degree who were overqualified in their current position has been on an upward trend since the early 1990s, reaching 40 per cent in 2014.
Labour Market Assessment 2015
Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer
How/When do we help students learn how to navigate these changes?
SFU Degree Requirements
120 units =

40 - 3 unit courses
Challenges
(Institutions) are willing to append retention efforts to their ongoing activities, but much less willing to alter those activities in ways that address the deeper roots of student attrition.
Tinto, 2006
there is ... a disconnect and lack of respect between ... faculty and the career centre.
Brooks, 2009
What else is important to the University?
TRANSITION TO COLLABORATIONS AND OTHER STUDENT DEVELOPMENT STUFFS FROM ANNETTE
-new emphasis on students
students who most need support don't seek

- partership examples (BOT, HIMMM, CCR?)
Many of the following slides probably won't be needed
What are we talking about?
Intentional collaboration
Examples of collaborative practice
Lessons learned
Collaboration - Defined
Stakeholders
Interactive process
Common purpose
Shared rules, norms & structures
To act
- Resources
- Relationship
- Why and what?
- How?

- Goal
Wood and Gray (1991)
Stages & Core Requirements in
Higher Education
1. Building Commitment
Values
Learning
External pressure

2. Commitment
Sense of priority
Mission

3. Sustaining
Integrating structure
Rewards
Campus network throughout
Student Needs
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Self-actualization
Esteem
Love/belonging
Safety
Physiological
Examples of Collaboration
Back on Track Program
How I Met My Major
Passport to Leadership
Back on Track Program
What is it?
Three term student success and retention program for students who have been required to withdraw.
Why?
Improve student retention
Support academically struggling students
How
Holistic approach
Partner with units who's domains contribute to student success
Integrate policy and support
Mandatory components
Cost recovery

BOT Results:
Greater learning as a collaborative community
Shared advocacy for partner value & programming
Resource efficiency with improved student results.
Normalized partnership approach
New initiatives and practice
Kezar 2005
BOT Results: Students
Significant impact on retention
Much greater impact and support for students
6442 students
72% were successful in the program
76.6% Continued on beyond program
1360 Graduate
Reflection
Can't force collaboration
Respect & trust
Reject single ownership
Communication
Perfection is boring
Own your failings
Share in all rewards
Annette Santos

Tony Botelho

report greater clarity, agency and motivation
Why All The Change

Why do students choose to attend university?
Seven Guidelines for the Shaping of Best Practice in Retention: Braxton, Brier & Steele (2007)
Those who teach or advise undergrad students should embrace an abiding concern for the career developments of those students

Respect students by being appropriately sensitive to their needs and concerns

Develop and foster a culture of enforced student success
Involve faculty members in programs and activities

Practice institutional integrity

Foster the development of student affinity groups and friendships

Select and implement retention interventions described in the literature
Top Reasons

I am more likely to get a job with a degree -- 91%

To get a more fulfilling job than I probably would if I didn't go -- 90%

To prepare for a specific job or career -- 90%

To satisfy my intellectual curiosity -- 80%

Learning new things is exciting -- 80%

To apply what I will learn to make a positive difference in society or my community -- 78%

To get a broad education -- 78%

To earn more money than if I didn't go -- 73%
Canadian University Survey Consortium, 2016
Single Most Important Reason
avsantos@sfu.ca

botelho@sfu.ca

What's Next?
Further integration of academic and career support
Career support for students with CCR
Kezar 2005
Stage Model Collaboration in Higher Education
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