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A. Works under the direction of the stake president in teaching and instructing relative to the Student Living model.
B. The member of the high council with the Student Living assignment serves as a liaison between the stake and the Housing & Student Living Office.
Schedule Student Living training meetings with rooms and times then conveys information to the student Living Instructor (from the Housing & Student Living Office) assigned to their stake.
Gathers names of Home Evening Coordinators from bishops and invites HE Coordinators to attend trainings, takes attendance, and follows up with bishops on HE Coordinator participation in stake training meetings.
Distributes Student Living Guidebooks to Home Evening Coordinators and others as appropriated. Fifty guidebooks are provided each semester to account for approximately 24 Coordinators and any bishops or other leaders who may need a guidebook. Additional guidebooks may be purchased from the Housing & Student Living Office.
Ensures that HE Coordinators then hold ward training meetings with Home Evening Group Leaders; may observe, father reports, and provide feedback as necessary.
C. The member of the high council conducts, observes, and participates in stake Student Living training meetings and subsequently reports on these meetings to the stake president and/or respective bishops.
Ideally, two meetings will be hold in close succession at the beginning of the semester to frontload information and get organized as a stake. A mid-semester and end of semester meeting are also helpful. One of these meetings may be combined with a Stake Auxiliary Training.
D. The member of the high councilor can assist the stake president in teaching and instructing bishops relative to the Student Living Model.
A quick reference for bishops has been created and can be requested from the Housing & Student Living Office to provide some training points.
E. The member of the high council can assist the stake president in reviewing relevant assessment data collected and distributed by the university.
Annual surveys will be sorted by stake and can be sorted by complex as well. These surveys include personal behaviors as well as apartment shared responsibility and cohesiveness.