National College Access Network
Connecting Across the Postsecondary Pipeline
Spring Training Registration Now Open!
Are you a high school counselor, principal, or district leader wondering how your school can partner with a local college or university?
Are you a community-based organization wondering how you can better serve your college students?
Are you a college professional wondering how to expand your reach to more students in your community?
Are you a business/corporate leader interested in strengthening the preparedness of tomorrow’s workforce for your industry or community?
If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then NCAN’s 2019 Spring Training “Connecting Across the Postsecondary Pipeline” is for you!
We believe every sector across the to-and-through college pipeline has a role to play in helping more students earn a college degree and secure a sustainable career. We hope you’ll take a day to pause from your regular duties and join a range of college access and success practitioners from all levels to learn about promising partnerships that may be happening in your very own backyard!
NCAN is partnering with a member organization in each hosting city to bring together some of the most innovative local/regional leaders to share effective collaborative strategies and learnings. Each location’s speakers and presenters will vary, but the objective to highlight successful partnerships remains consistent across locations.
We hope you can join us at one of the three locations this spring!
- Atlanta: Wednesday, March 13 (Host organization: Achieve Atlanta)
- Dallas: Thursday, March 28 (Host organization: TxCAN)
- Seattle/Tacoma: Tuesday, April 16 (Host organization: College Success Foundation)
Our 2019 Spring Training is made possible by the generous support of Travelers. Registration is FREE to NCAN-members and is $50 for non-members.
Learn more and register here: http://www.collegeaccess.org/2019ST
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