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Advising Student Groups and Organizations, 2nd Edition by Nancy E. Chrystal-Green, John H. Schuh, Norbert W. Dunkel

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Chapter 12Training

WHEN A STUDENT asks someone to serve as their student organization adviser, that person is likely to agree without necessarily knowing all of what he or she is committing to. Many are unaware of what they signed up for until they receive that first notice from an activities office that says something like, “Thank you for serving as the adviser to the Forensic Scientists club. After you have signed the following eighty pages and promised to attend the thirty events hosted by the organization over the next year, please take the training modules found on our website. It should only take the next seventy-five hours to complete. The organization is not eligible to register until you have completed training.” Although this is ...

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