Although I am only a month into the College Counseling and Student Development (CCSD) program and my graduate assistant (GA) position at the Advising and Student Transitions office (A&ST), I can already feel a great amount of growth in my awareness, knowledge, and curiosity about the student affairs field. It is not difficult to see… Continue Reading First Scholar Practitioner Journal
All new first year students will complete their Graduation Plan and have it on file with their advisor by the end of their first year at St. Cloud State. Then you’ll officially move to a faculty advisor from your major program. Using your tools, you should be able to plan ahead semester by semester to ensure… Continue Reading Grad Plan Workshops
Alyssa Mary Bergland Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 | (320)-360-8861 | email@example.com Education 8/2019-Present St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud College Counseling and Student Development (M.S.) 09/2012-05/2016 University of Minnesota, College of Science and Engineering, Twin Cities Bachelor of Materials Science and Engineering (GPA: 3.40/4.00) 06/2016 Oxford Seminars, Twin Cities 100-hour TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certificate Professional… Continue Reading Resume With Contact Information
Gear Up! All new first year, transfer, and undecided students will attend Gear Up 2019 to: Prepare for spring registration Learn how to build education abroad, internships, and research opportunities into your SCSU degree Get assistance resolving registration holds Meet with faculty, staff, and students from the colleges and schools to explore majors & involvement… Continue Reading Gear Up
An Origin Story: From Semiconductors to Student Affairs I quite often get confused looks, followed by endless questions, when I tell people my bachelor’s degree is in Materials Science and Engineering but I am currently pursuing my master’s in College Counseling and Student Development (CCSD). How could I pursue a degree so different from my… Continue Reading My Student Affairs Origin Story (From Engineering to Student Affairs)
Welcome to my blog! If you’re curious about my journey in getting a master’s in College Counseling and Student Development, as well as a graduate assisstantship in Advising and Student Transitions, then this is the place to be!