Track Coordinators

The ASCA Donald D. Gehring Academy for Student Conduct Administration is an intensive program designed for participants to learn through a competency-based model. The academy consists of multiple tracks designed for specific training needs. There are several ways to get involved with the planning and facilitation of the tracks of the Gehring Academy.

Track Coordinators have responsibility for the oversight of a specific track or session within the Gehring Academy and work in collaboration with designated faculty members to create and present the content for the track. ASCA is currently accepting applications for 2020 Gehring Academy Track Coordinators.

Learn More About the Track Coordinator Role

Apply for Track Coordinator (Closes Oct. 14)

Faculty

Faculty members may be assigned to a specific track or create, teach, and facilitate content in multiple tracks. Applications for 2020 Gehring Faculty will be available in mid-November.

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Apply for Faculty (coming soon)

Faculty Fellows

The ASCA Gehring Academy Faculty Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to gain insight into the Gehring Academy and faculty’s unique role. The goal of the Faculty Fellow program is to help prepare members to potentially serve as Gehring Academy facilitators in the future through an introduction to the mentorship of colleagues and facilitation of formal presentations.

Faculty Fellow applications for the 2020 Gehring Academy will be available in early January.

Learn More About the Faculty Fellow Role

Apply to Faculty Fellowship (Deadline December 9, 2019, 11:59 p.m. PST)