Spring Into Action, April Webinar Series
This month’s theme, “Spring into Action,” focuses on actionable steps in the dual and concurrent enrollment field to improve student outcomes, professional development, and implementation.
#WWR- Helping Our Partners Tell Their Story
Date: April 12, 2023
Raymond Chard, Director of High School Programs, Aims Community College, Colorado
Aimee Rogers, Concurrent Enrollment Instructor Coordinator, Aims Community College, Colorado
Aims Community College is located in Greeley, Colorado, about an hour north of the Denver metro area. Aims Community College is partnered with over 50 high schools and has over 3,000 participating concurrent enrollment students. Our concurrent enrollment offerings include traditional concurrent enrollment experiences, certificate-based pathways, fully integrated on-campus experiences, early colleges, and pathways in technology early college (PTECH) programs.
With our large concurrent enrollment footprint, it became clear that not only were we struggling as a college to tell our concurrent enrollment story but our partners were as well. As we reflected on this, we created School Profile Sheets for each school. The intention of this massive data project was to equip our partner high schools with the data they needed to tell their story. The outcome was far more impactful. During this session, we hope to share our journey to creating our School Profiles and how we leveraged internal and external partners. All of the intended and unintended impacts.
Leadership in the field
Date: April 19, 2023
Sarah Brown, Strategic Project Coordinator, NACEP
Leadership in higher education and dual and concurrent enrollment face unique challenges in bridging the gap between K-12 and higher education. This presentation will discuss leadership skills and opportunities, including the NACEP Leadership Academy and ways for leaders to promote leadership and community within their organizations and partnerships.
Research RoundUp (member-only)
Date: April 26, 2023, 1:00 pm EST
- Marissa Moreno, Executive Director, School & College Partnerships, Lee College
- Mark Schneider, Assistant Vice President of K-14 Academic Initiatives & Support, Ivy Tech Community College
- Lynn Cevallos - Executive Director, College Bridge
Articles: https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1278283.pdf; https://muse.jhu.edu/article/761665