We are looking for NEACUHO members who are excited and looking to engage in the planning and implementation for the 2022 NEACUHO Conference to join our committee! This close-knit group of people will plan and implement the conference and provide a great experience for the great housing and residence life professionals in our region.
Review the positions below and complete the interest form by February 8th.
Conference Dates: October 12 - October 14, 2022, Niagara Falls, NY
Antonio Willis-Berry and Jenna Konyak
Annual Conference Chairs
Affinity Group and Education Manager (2 positions):
Plan and execute affinity group meetings/events throughout the conference. Develop opportunities for individualized educational opportunities for attendees (pre-conference, additional workshops, etc.). Identify ways in which attendees can feel connected during and throughout the conference.
Be the point-person for all Annual Conference-related communication for recruitment, planning, and announcements. Maintain a schedule of announcements and work directly with the NEACUHO E-Board Communications Coordinator to ensure all communication is shared appropriately.
Event Registration Chair:
Responsible for tracking and maintaining all registration materials for the conference. Provide all necessary registrations numbers and uphold designated registration schedule and processes. Lead the maintenance of the Registration Booth during Annual Conference.
Meal and Accommodations Coordinator:
Ensure a seamless dining experience for Annual Conference attendees. Work with the Event Registration Chair to ensure all meal (and other) accommodations of attendees are successfully managed throughout the Annual Conference. Serve as point of contact during conference.
Outreach Coordinator (Graduate Student & Entry-Level Professionals):
A member of the Registration Team. On-top of helping keep track of all registration materials, this particular position will focus their efforts on recruiting graduate students and entry-level professionals to attend the conference – including connecting with graduate programs and personal outreach.
Outreach Coordinator (Mid-Level & Senior-Level Professionals):
A member of the Registration Team. On-top of helping keep track of all registration materials, this particular position will focus their efforts on recruiting mid-level and senior-level professionals to attend the conference – including personal outreach and developing new recruitment strategies.
Programming Committee (4 positions):
Solicit for program submissions to be presented at the Annual Conference. Review all submissions and develop a schedule of events for the Annual Conference. Each Programming Committee member will be in charge of one specific area of work (residential education, housing operations, DEI, etc.) to ensure a robust set of programs are available for attendees.
Special Events Manager (2 positions):
Responsible for organizing social and interpersonal events throughout the conference. This will include coordinating late night, early morning, and midday events to supplement a conference attendee’s experience and explore and identify wellness themed and local community opportunities for attendees.
Solicit volunteers for various needs at the Annual Conference. Create a plan for soliciting said volunteers and guiding volunteers through tasks at the Annual Conference. Coordination of volunteers spans across the entire organization.