Leveraging Technology for Postsecondary Success – Mar 25
Posted by National College Access Network on February 11, 2020
This one-day conference in New York City, NY (Wednesday, March 25) is a great professional development opportunity where you’ll be able to engage in unique learning and discussion. Attendees will discover how technology is used to help scale programs and improve attainment outcomes for students.
Spring Institutes are free for NCAN members and $50 for nonmembers. Interested in our membership? Click here to learn more about all the many benefits and perks: https://collegeaccess.org/page/MemberBenefits.
We have an exciting agenda that includes a “Scaling Student Services” panel, where attendees will hear firsthand from practitioners how their programs are utilizing technology for virtual advising and coaching, texting, and artificial intelligence in strengthening persistence and completion outcomes. We will also have a working session led by Vela Institute that will give attendees a hands-on experience with a focus on utilizing National Student Clearinghouse data and creating dashboards using Tableau.
Every day, you positively impact the lives of so many students through the services you provide, while accelerating and improving college access and equity work. We hope you will seize on this opportunity to network and share resources with your peers from across the region!
Would you like us to save you seat? Register here: https://collegeaccess.org/page/2020SpringInstitute
If you have any questions about any of the Spring Institutes, please contact Member Services Associate Jamese Carrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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