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Centering the Community: Working with Community Based Organizations to Offer Dual Enrollment

Los Angeles, CA

Working with community-based organizations is an equitable approach to increasing access and success in dual enrollment. East Los Angeles College (ELAC) has demonstrated an intentional commitment to community-based organizations like the Salvadoran American Leadership Educational Fund (SALEF) and Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) to improve families awareness of postsecondary opportunities and offering classes at these […]

Dual Enrollment 101

Los Angeles, CA

Are you new to dual enrollment? Do you have team members who could really benefit from some level setting around dual enrollment? Or maybe you want a refresher on the latest policies and practices around equitable dual enrollment? Then this session is for you and your team! We will share and learn about everything dual […]

Dual Enrollment: Ask Me Anything

Los Angeles, CA

With the $700 million Golden State Pathways and dual enrollment program, California is making a once-in-a-lifetime investment in student success. But ensuring these dollars result in increased college completion, meaningful employment, and equitable outcomes will require increased coherence across our education and workforce systems. This facilitated session features expert practitioners and specialists from Fast Forward […]

Lift Every Voice! Listening for Transformation: Black Voices Leading to Action

Anaheim, CA

CLP will be presenting one of four feature sessions at the Pathways to Equity Conference in Anaheim. Session Description: How are we responding to Black student voices? This session demonstrates the transformative power of uplifting and acting upon the voices of Black Community College students. This panel of experienced Black community college practitioners will share […]

Vision 2030: Access, Success & Support with Equity for High School and Justice Involved Youth

Riverside, CA

Join us at a two-day convening of college leaders and practitioners to explore the role of dual enrollment in transforming education for students including justice system-involved youth. Workshops and breakout sessions include: Teaching on the inside: culturally relevant curricula and pedagogy and establishing a college culture for detained youth Neural plasticity of psychological development and […]

Equity in Action: Transformative Strategies for Student-Centered Counseling Leadership

San Francisco, CA

Counselors from across the state have actively participated in facilitated think tanks, thought partner meetings, statewide convenings, and interviews to articulate their vision for enhancing counseling and holistic support for students in a more equitable manner. The Career Ladders Project will disseminate these insights and involve participants in a workshop that delves into how leadership […]

Designing Equitable Pathways for Economic Mobility

San Diego, CA

CLP will be at the California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) 2024 Statewide Professional Development Summit. We'll be joining a discussion on designing equitable pathways for economic mobility. Moderator: Isa Ellis, Senior Program Officer, Pathways, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Speakers: Dr. Aisha Lowe, Executive Vice Chancellor for Equitable Student Learning, Experience […]

The Black Print: Cultivating Equitable Access, Supports and Success through Dual Enrollment

A2MEND Summit, Los Angeles, CA

Dual enrollment can serve as a powerful lever for racial equity in access and achievement in higher education. For this to be realized for minoritized populations in general and African American students, in particular, must be intentional, systematic and strategic in creating the necessary structural and cultural conditions for equitable opportunities and outcomes. Framing and […]

ASCCC Dual Enrollment Regional Meeting – North

Cupertino, CA

Community college faculty can attend an ASCCC regional meeting to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update […]

ASCCC Dual Enrollment Regional Meeting – Central Valley

Visalia, CA

Community college faculty can attend an ASCCC regional meeting to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update […]

ASCCC Dual Enrollment Regional Meeting – South

Santa Ana, CA

Community college faculty can attend an ASCCC regional meeting to hear how faculty have been engaging dual enrollment students at each step of their academic journey and the ways faculty are able to help create the conditions for improved partnerships, stronger pathways, and improved student experiences aligned with Vision 2030. Sessions will include an update […]

Counseling with Cariño: Infusing Puente’s Approach to Transfer Preparation into Guided Pathways (COLEGAS Institute)

Chabot College

Practitioners will learn: Counseling approaches that work for our most systematically marginalized community college students. Examples of how to infuse counseling approaches in the guided pathways redesign work. Culturally affirming mindsets and equitable practices central to supporting students through each stage of their college journey. Recommended Audience: Chief Student Services Officers, Students Services Leaders, Deans […]