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April 2017

NACEP Accreditation Mini-Series-Curriculum Standards

April 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

NACEP is offering a members-only monthly Accreditation Mini-series of webinars devoted to in-depth exploration of the NACEP standards. Over the course of five months, each session will be devoted to an aspect of NACEP’s national standards for concurrent enrollment partnerships that represent best practices in higher education to ensure that college courses offered in high schools are of the same high quality as courses offered on college campuses. These webinars are open to concurrent enrollment program administrators, faculty, chief academic…

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May 2017

Accreditation Mini-Series Webinar-Assessment Standards

May 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

NACEP is offering a members-only monthly Accreditation Mini-series of webinars devoted to in-depth exploration of the NACEP standards. Over the course of five months, each session will be devoted to an aspect of NACEP’s national standards for concurrent enrollment partnerships that represent best practices in higher education to ensure that college courses offered in high schools are of the same high quality as courses offered on college campuses. These webinars are open to concurrent enrollment program administrators, faculty, chief academic…

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NEACEP 2017 Annual Meeting and Professional Development Conference

May 23 @ 9:30 am - 2:45 pm
Nashua Community College, 505 Amherst St
Nashua, NH 03063 United States
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Building an Effective Concurrent Enrollment Program Keynote Speaker: Brian Boecherer, Executive Director, University of Connecticut Early College Experience Presenters: Patricia O'Brien, Senior Vice President, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, NEASC George Edwards, Acting Director of the Commission on Public Schools, NEASC Register Here!

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Building a Talent Pipeline and an innovative Career Mapping Tool (Members Only Webinar)

May 25 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

We hope you will join us as we explore a model that takes a new career focused look at what education can be providing students. The Idaho PTECH Network (Idaho Pathways to Early Careers) bridges the gap between Idaho employers and Idaho’s youth.  PTECH works with high growth, high value Idaho companies to create a talent pipeline to well-paying, fulfilling careers. We work with students across Idaho, predominantly in rural areas, and utilize a custom career mapping tool to assist…

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June 2017

Accreditation Mini-series-Evaluation Standards

June 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

NACEP is pleased to offer a members-only monthly Accreditation Mini-series of webinars devoted to in-depth exploration of the NACEP standards. Over the course of five months, each session will be devoted to an aspect of NACEP’s national standards for concurrent enrollment partnerships that represent best practices in higher education to ensure that college courses offered in high schools are of the same high quality as courses offered on college campuses. These webinars are open to concurrent enrollment program administrators, faculty,…

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Building Bridges through Appreciative Advising: Empowering Students through Interpersonal Exchange Webinar (Member’s Only)

June 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

In an ever changing Dual Credit environment, creative advising techniques become paramount to the success of the program and student participants. Idaho has recently implemented legislative House Bill 458 which has led to increased advanced opportunities for students in our state. The Fast Forward program allows students to utilize up to $4,125.00 for Dual Credit courses. Naturally, this opportunity has led to exponential growth in Dual Credit enrollment. As College of Western Idaho’s program has grown to become the largest…

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July 2017

Accreditation Mini-Series Webinar- Student Standards

July 13 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

NACEP is offering a members-only monthly Accreditation Mini-series of webinars devoted to in-depth exploration of the NACEP standards. Over the course of five months, each session will be devoted to an aspect of NACEP’s national standards for concurrent enrollment partnerships that represent best practices in higher education to ensure that college courses offered in high schools are of the same high quality as courses offered on college campuses. These webinars are open to concurrent enrollment program administrators, faculty, chief academic…

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Empower students: Marketing concurrent enrollment student voice and outreach Webinar (Member’s Only)

July 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

After seeing another college’s marketing efforts at NACEP Conferences, the Community College of Denver launched their own marketing campaign for concurrent enrollment. We will share how we achieved our primary goal of incorporating students’ voices in our materials in an authentic way that directly speaks to their peers about taking college classes while in high school. Wiregrass Georgia Technical College recently won the NACEP Marketing Competition at the NACEP annual conference. Hear from their creative team on how they use…

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August 2017

Put Me In, Coach! Helping Parents and Students Understand Their Roles in the Big Game Webinar (Member’s Only)

August 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Please join us for this great webinar. Success is a team effort. When times get tough, it’s hard as a parent not to rush the field and take over as quarterback. In the game of college, students are the players and parents are the support. With minors, it can be especially difficult for parents to let their students sink or swim. Sometimes parents need guidance in the art of letting go while students learn the skills for taking responsibility. We’ll…

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September 2017

Connecting Spaces: Developing Collaborative Curricula between High School and College English Teachers Webinar (Members Only)

September 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

As more universities offer dual credit programs to fulfill college composition requirements, there is concern that even the best run among them struggle to address equity of access.  At four schools in Washington State that offer University of Washington in the High School English courses, less than 6% of low income students enroll in them.  This webinar will describe a two-year College Spark Washington grant-funded partnership between university and high school teachers to address the challenge of preparing 10th and…

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