CoJourn Campus Cohort Program
It has been a challenging year working in higher education.
No matter our role, whether we are student affairs professionals, faculty, or graduate students we have navigated unprecedented complexities and difficulties. We could all use a little support, and a way to gather our own energy so we can continue to be there for others.
Keep the momentum going from NASPA
Connect with others across campuses
Network, learn, and grow with others in similar roles
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For NASPA Attendees and Colleagues
CoJourn is a research-backed framework for compassionate, judgment-free accountability partnerships. It is designed to offer more connection and mutual support as we strive to create meaningful movement in our lives.
This program helps you reflect on your goals, identify necessary steps to move forward, and set up a structure for success in following through with the changes you want to make in your life.
And best of all, you don’t have to do any of it alone! The CoJourn Campus Cohort program offers you the guidance, support and inspiration you’ll need.
What to Expect When You Join:
Receive training on the CoJourn process through a virtual group launch
Partner Matching: Be paired with someone else working in Higher Education (or find your own partner to work with)
Set an intention related to an area of your life that you want to work on for the next 12 weeks
Carve out a designated time each week to connect with your CoJourn partner and decide where to focus your attention and energy.
Get inspired and motivated by attending our monthly group check-in circles
Experience the value of meaningful connection during this time of social isolation
Undergraduate Fellowships Advisor
Associate Dean of Community and Belonging
Ximena Zúñiga, Ph.D.
"Last Spring semester our program wanted to offer more support to our graduate students in Social Justice Education, as many felt very disconnected from each other due to Covid and the weight of daily online communication. I had heard great things about CoJourn…and was also impressed with its emphasis on listening and other valuable dialogic practices. We sponsored a program open to current graduate students and alumni to pair as accountability partners using the 12-week CoJourn model. Program participants reported feeling grateful to meet regularly with a peer, and to make intentional and thoughtful movement on a range of areas, including self-care, academic writing and professional goals, as well as feeling more connected in shared care."
Professor in Social Justice Education
"During the height of the pandemic, I developed intense insomnia and started drinking more. The death of my dad, a child struggling with remote school, and a daily avalanche of heartbreaking news made me wonder whether there would ever be light at the end of the tunnel. I decided to join the CoJourn program, a research-backed framework designed to harness the power of connection to help people make the most of their lives. During the three months, participants set goals for themselves and are matched with an accountability partner for weekly check-ins. I had the goals of reducing my alcohol intake to one or two drinks a week and meditating at least once a day. I hit the jackpot with my assigned accountability partner, and six months later, I'm still meditating and sticking with one or two drinks a week. It's possible to create new habits in just 12 weeks. In terms of cost, CoJourn is ridiculously inexpensive."
Faculty, Northeastern University
Founding Executive Director of the Disability Justice Project
Betsy Cracco, Ph.D
"Our data shows that loneliness and motivation are two of the most significant concerns for our students. This program addresses both with heart and connection. In my own life, CoJourn has drawn me closer to my brother through a period of struggle for both of us, and CoJourn for Racial Justice (and my partner) has challenged me to get uncomfortable in all the important ways, and to grow through connection in the ways I work for social justice personally and professionally. "
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Campus Life and Wellbeing
Included in the Program:
Be paired with someone else working in Higher Education (or find your own partner to work with)
Weekly Email Support
For friendly reminders and tips to be as successful as possible
Midpoint and Program-End Facilitated Group Check-Ins
Share, reflect, support and exchange ideas for goals and intentions with other program participants
Access to One-on-One Coaching with Member of the CoJourn Team
Sign up for a session for additional support with goal setting, as needed
Additional cost applies for one-on-one coaching
Setting Your Intention:
Participants often set intentions in areas such as:
Stress-Relief / Rest / Balance
Eating / Drinking Healthfully
Connections and Relationships
Play / Joy / Pleasure
Exercise and Fitness
Decluttering / Simplifying
Thoughtful Money Habits
...Whatever is Meaningful and Most Useful to You!
Ready to Get Started?
Price: $49 for graduate students
Sound like just the thing to kickstart change or growth in your life?
Sign Up for the Program
Sunday April 3rd, 7pm EST via Zoom
Recording of program launch will be available for those unable to attend
Price: $99 for staff, faculty and colleagues
If you could benefit from this program, but cost is a barrier, please send us an email for more info on our subsidized price options.
Still have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a 15-minute Q&A call, and follow us on Facebook for more info and live Q&A sessions
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