Housed under NACURH, the Advisor Retention & Training Program has been developed with various advisor needs in mind. ART currently consists of a 29 session curriculum, covering a variety of topics that you can explore during a virtual training, at the NACURH Annual or a Regional conference near you! The ART program has experiential requirements that will enable you to apply what you have learned in the "classroom", to what you will encounter as an advisor. Advance through the levels by attending all the sessions and completing the necessary experiential requirements.
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Upcoming ART Sessions
Please check back here for future updates on ART sessions
leading up to regional conferences and NACURH 2023 Annual Conference!
Feel free to contact members of the ART Standards Committee below for additional questions, comments, or concerns.
ART Curriculum Fellow Position
The ART Standards Committee is in search of applicants for the newly created ART Curriculum Fellow position!
Please read below for the position summary, primary responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.
The Curriculum Fellow is a volunteer position within NACURH, Inc. The Fellow will serve in a term either from NACURH Annual Conference to NACURH Annual Conference or at a modified period determined by the ART Coordinator for Curriculum / ART Consultant. The Fellow will report to the ART Coordinator for Curriculum and support in the development, review, editing, and consultation of the ART Curriculum. The Fellow will support the technical elements of the curriculum by enacting the vision of the Committee.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Negotiable. Minimum: 4-6 Hrs. / Month
This is a volunteer position. Fellows may utilize the experience for use within a graduate program (practicum, internship, fellowship, etc.).
Required: Bachelor’s degree. Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to effectively work with others.
Preferred: Master’s degree in Curriculum, Higher Education Administration, College Student Personnel or Counseling and/or previous graduate or professional work experience in Student Affairs or similar field of study. Demonstrated interest or experience with teaching and/or curriculum development in higher education settings.
How to Apply