Are you a new advisor?  Do you supervise a new advisor? First-time advisors face many challenges in a changing higher education environment, especially at the beginning of their careers. Getting comfortable with institutional policies, procedures and programs is essential, but also developing those advisor core competencies - conceptual, informational and relational. These resources will help you get started on your  path toward development and mastery in the dynamic field of advising.

NACADA resources:

Develop Your Advising Philosophy


Creating a Personal Philosophy of Academic Advising by David Freitag, 


Index of Topics
Advising Resources

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Explore the links below for resources on resumes, cover letters, interview skills, and more. Don't be afraid to ask your academic advisor or mentor(s) for advice when applying for internships.  Simply applying for internships is great practice for future academic application processes and interviews.