Why in Headrush?
Centralize information for your class Career Association committees
View Class Career Association Officers, roles, responsibilities at a glance
Allow students to engage in Career Association planning activities asynchronously
Gather submissions from officers, such as travel forms, event planning proposals, etc.
Who does what?
Example Timetable - Class Career Association
July: Build out Module in Headrush
August: Make active
August-May: Engage in information and use for monthly check-ins and upcoming submissions
Ongoing: Copy and adapt for new year
Variations and Examples
Specialists copy other Career Association modules, such as I&I or CDC module for planning events
Officers create their own Career Association boards with Specialists as advisors to empower officers to manage projects, statewide events, community service, and more
Step by Step Guide
☐ Name the module for your Class Career Association
☐ Add to the Overview the event details (optional)
☐ Build out your Task Board
☐ Add columns
☐ Add tasks
☐ Change tasks to require evidence if the action creates documentation or products.
☐ Hide columns not ready to be shared yet or that are not active. (optional)
☐ Add co-creators
☐ When ready, add others as learners or make the module Joinable. Others can then find it in the Warehouse.
☐ Change status to Active
☐ Manage and track in the Task Board and Activity Feed