In this podcast, MSC Retail sits down with Kelsey Finn, CEO of NACAS and Matthew Stein,...
NACAS Event Schedule
3:00 p.m. ET
HBCU Virtual Roundtable – The Impact of Challenges at HBCU’s
Join two auxiliary service professionals serving at HBCUs as they discuss some of the challenges that individuals at these institutions face, as well as strategies that can be used to navigate these issues from all professional levels. This open discussion will serve as an open forum to begin discussions around how to better support and strengthen our peers serving students at HBCUs and foster idea-sharing and transfer of best practices from one institution to another. We encourage you to think about what topics you'd like our facilitators to tackle or what comments you would like to bring to the table, as the conversation is only strengthened by the inclusion of additional voices!
3:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: Making the Most of Your First C3X
Your official guide to helping you make your first NACAS C3X a successful event. Topics to include: first-year tips from a second-year attendee, how to network and meet other professionals, planning your attendance at professional development sessions, better understanding the Expo Hall layout and interactions with Business Partners, and learning networking tips and maximizing your social experience.
2:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: Forming Win-Win Campus Partnerships is the Key to Long Lasting Sustainability Initiatives
As the passion for sustainability on college campuses grows, so does the role of auxiliaries in the fight for environmentally friendly services. But, how do you transform an initiative into a lasting change?
Taking a sustainability initiative from the first meeting to an adopted part of campus culture means offering a seat at the table to everyone from academics to community partners. The process propels itself by creating systems with the goal of lasting change, understanding shared interests and goals, and developing systems of shared accountability. This practice has led Appalachian State University Campus Services to create and implement lasting sustainability initiatives with the university’s office of sustainability, physical plant, academic departments, and local businesses. In this webinar, you will learn how to establish and navigate win-win partnerships and hear plans for the future of those relationships at Appalachian, a university recognized for sustainability leadership.
3:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: How Auxiliaries Can Affect the Impact of Identity Theft
IDENTITY THEFT: What it means to universities, their students, faculty/staff, and alums and why institutions should care.
Identity Theft is an ever-increasing threat to everyone. It used to be a breach would occur occasionally to a business or government entity. Now notifications are sent out about every day. Business, governments, health providers, credit companies, and yes, universities. This webinar and Q&A will provide answers to the questions such as:
-What are the various forms of Identity Theft?
-What are the various ways ID Theft occurs? The answers will surprise you.
-What are the various aspects of credit mitigation after an event has occurred?
-Why should universities care?