Career Resources

Expand your career path by adding knowledge each step of the way.

Recommended Reading

  • B’More!

    TPE Virtual is providing the platform for our field to be more. Be more visionary. Be more deliberate. Be more willing to share our narratives, take up space, and reclaim what is often taken advantage of or spoken on without permission. Be more committed to the work. Be more innovative. Be more courageous. Be more willing to understand the importance of developing and engaging with a critical consciousness of our past, present, and future.

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  • THE EXCHANGE | August 2023

    As we enter into the academic year, TPE wants to remind you that having a plan for staffing and support is equally as important as your overall strategic plan. VPSAs, senior leaders of various functional areas, and hiring managers within functional areas, should consider giving prioritized attention to efforts that will sustain their workforce.

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  • THE EXCHANGE | July 2023

    ​In July’s issue of “THE EXCHANGE” we discuss the rise in interm roles, the impact on student success, and ways employers and job seekers can benefit from interim opportunities.

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Upcoming Events

Mark your calendar for upcoming events.

  • As we celebrate the vast career options in Student Affairs, this professional development session is designed to allow practitioners to discuss a model for approaching job searching as an intentional professional development for their career life cycle. Attendees will discuss strategies for building a professional portfolio to establish a brand story, marketing themselves, and managing a job search.

  • Job Searching While [insert identity]

    Hear from practitioners about job searching with multiple intersecting identities.  This discussion focus on lived experiences, triumphs, and challenges faced during the job search process.

  • This virtual roundtable addresses how we are/should be supporting grad students during the COVID-19 crisis.

    Our four co-panelists are grad prep faculty members who will share how they are supporting their students during COVID-19; how they are guiding them in their job search during less than ideal economic conditions/hiring freezes; how professionals can support grad student staff within their departments; and how current events will impact how their programs prepare students for student affairs/housing work in the future.

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