REGISTER NOW - National Consortium on College Men of Color - 2016 Working Group Meeting
The Minority Male Community College Collaborative (M2C3) invites you to our 2016 Working Group Meeting. The working group meeting will include discussions on institutional capacity building and the development of strategic plans that advance success for men of color in community colleges. This working group meeting will take place in San Diego, CA on June 9-10. For more information and to register, please visit http://interwork.sdsu.edu/sp/m2c3/2016/03/18/register-now-national-consortium-on-college-men-of-color-2016-working-group-meeting/.
2016 AAWCC Leaders Institute
The national board for the American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) supports the advancement of community college women into leadership positions. The LEADERS Institute which will be held June 5-10, in Red Bank, NJ, is a five day, content-intensive, experiential workshop based on a recently revised curriculum reflecting AACC’s Core Competencies for Community College Leadership. The institute promotes the development of women’s leadership skills and qualities at every level in community college administration and education. For more information please visit http://www.aawccnatl.org/leaders-institute.
5th Annual Men of Color Student Leadership Institute
The National Council on Black American Affairs and its Presidents’ Roundtable will host the 5th Annual Men of Color Student Leadership Institute, October 27-30th in St. Paul, Minnesota. The theme “Man-Up: Educating Minority Males for Leadership and Service” will bring together community college administrators and students committed to student success. For more information please visit www.theprt.org or contact Dr. Irvin Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student application deadline is July 15, 2016.
Experience OLS – Bellevue College, WA – Oct. 5-6
OLS is an associate’s degree program for individuals with cognitive disabilities. This conference is designed for those in college leadership positions that are interested in exploring the OLS Degree for 2017 and beyond. The visit will include spending time with students, observing the OLS classroom, experience the ART of OLS and strategically planning your next steps. For more information, please visit http://olsatbellevuecollege.com/national-visits/.