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May 2017

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

Deadline for Nominations to the Board of Directors

July 10

Shape the future of concurrent enrollment through service on the Board of Directors of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). NACEP's 15 member Board of Directors sets policy and provides strategic direction for the organization, providing national leadership opportunities for members. Seven of the Director positions are elected by the designated representatives of NACEP-accredited programs. Any staff or faculty who work for a postsecondary institution with a NACEP-accredited concurrent enrollment program is eligible for Board service. Nominations for…

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Summer Accreditation Institute

July 20 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Austin Community College-Eastview Campus, 3101 Webberville Road
Austin, TX 78702 United States
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Led by experienced professionals from NACEP-accredited concurrent enrollment programs, this in-depth workshop features strategies for implementing NACEP’s national standards that enhance the quality of concurrent enrollment programs. The Institute is being hosted by Austin Community College District in Austin, Texas, and is open to all who are interested. Experienced trainers from leading NACEP-accredited programs will cover the following learning objectives: The importance of upholding high standards to ensure the academic integrity of college courses Ways to engage faculty and other…

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Minnesota Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships Meeting

July 26 @ 1:30 pm - July 27 @ 12:00 pm
Minnesota State – Detroit Lakes Campus, 900 MN-34
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 United States
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Day 1 (Wednesday): Our meeting begins at 1:30. Please feel free to bring a light snack to share with the group (pretzels, popcorn, etc). Day 2 (Thursday): Our morning begins at 8am. I will be providing a continental breakfast in C101. Link to agenda Map to location of the meeting

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August 2017

Discovery Series: Portland State University Webinar (Members Only)

August 22 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

This is our third webinar in our new series which kicked off with the Idaho PTECH webinar in May to focus in on some great programs going on across the country which are not the NACEP defined concurrent enrollment model. Portland State University Senior Inquiry will be showcased this month.  In this webinar, we address a unique approach to high school based college credit:  Senior Inquiry at Portland State University.  Although PSU has a NACEP accredited dual enrollment program called the Challenge Program,…

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September 2017

Webinar: The Large Program Guide: Impact, Management, Success

September 6 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

We have brought you the Small Program perspective on best practices to running a program and now we want to tip the scales the other way and see what our Large Programs have to say on the matter. How are Large Programs approaching things differently, dealing with their limitations and challenges and still being successful. How does the size of a program affect their polices, procedures and accreditation. This will be a limited seat webinar, as we want to make…

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Idaho Advanced Opportunities Conference

September 7 - September 8
Boise State University, Student Union Building, 1700 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725 United States
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The Advanced Opportunities Conference is focused on equipping secondary and post-secondary educators with the most current best practices surrounding academic advising, student readiness, and career/college program expansion as students are encouraged to pursue their passion beyond high school.

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NACEP Webbytes: Advising Concurrent Enrollment Students: A multi-tiered approach

September 7 @ 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

NACEP Webbytes is a new series bringing you interesting topics in 30 minutes or less. This webbyte features Central Lakes College (CLC) outstanding practices in advising. Central Lakes College utilizes multiple communication channels across both high school and college campuses to advise concurrent enrollment students and their families on college rigor, credit transfer and post secondary enrollment options.   In this webbyte, we'll discuss how we disperse information and deploy both high school and college personnel to keep our concurrent enrollment students…

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