The 2022 ACCT Leadership Congress kicked off Wednesday evening with a panel of higher education accreditors urging community college leaders to cut through a “cacophony of noise” to ensure “that community colleges are on the path to help America g
The ACCT Leadership Congress is the premier annual conference for community college leaders and the only national conference dedicated to community college trustees.
During this Rural Community College Peer Learning Network discussion, we will bring together rural community college leaders to learn about the process of applying for SNAP E&T funding, potential tips from current/previous grant recipients, and the specific SNAP E&T programs that help reduce barriers to work by providing individuals with support services as they prepare for and obtain employment. This Peer Learning Network discussion will follow our Thursday, October 13, 2022, SNAP Employment and Training webinar.
Please join us for the SNAP Employment and Training webinar in ACCT's Strengthening Rural Community Colleges Webinar Series as we discuss Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Employment and Training (E&T). Panelists from the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, and Kentucky Department for Community Based Services will share insight into how community colleges can partner with their state’s SNAP E&T program to meet student basic needs and maximize student success.
During this Rural Community College Peer Learning Network discussion, we we look to learn and collaborate on programs and initiatives that rural community colleges have implemented, or are looking to implement, which support the digital learning for all students. This Peer Learning Network discussion will follow our Monday, September 12, 2022, Cultivating Digital Equity webinar.
The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) today announced the first 20 member college boards that will be receiving complimentary board services.
During this session, attendees will learn how community-driven solutions focused on the adoption of broadband and technology tools for learning can unlock opportunities for learners, families, and caregivers as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. As states strategize implementation of funds from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, learn how leaders can ensure the needs of learners furthest from digital opportunities are reflected in plans, including state digital equity plans. Additionally, gain an understanding of the role of different sectors in the digital equity ecosystem – including state and local leaders, school systems, internet service providers, community-based organizations, and edtech organizations – in supporting digital inclusion efforts for learners.
During this Rural Community College Peer Learning Network discussion, we will bring together rural community college leaders to learn and collaborate on their shared practices of supporting the mental health of students, faculty, and staff. This Peer Learning Network discussion will follow our Wednesday, August 17, 2022, Protecting the Mental Health of Rural Community College Students webinar.