RESOURCES TO HELP SENIORS NOW
Immediate Next Steps for Helping High School Seniors Transition to a 2- or 4-year College or Certificate Program
Eight pages of timely guidance from the National College Attainment Network offer rationales, key steps, and best resources for schools to use right now to reliably improve students’ success after high school.
The Sept. 16, 2020, PAS COVID-19 and Social Justice Solution Forum features Tacoma Completes’ 2020 Senior Check-in and Follow-up program, as well as the Philadelphia Ed Fund’s partnership with two other non-profits to offer a college access “one-stop shop.”
In partnership with the Denver Scholarship Foundation and local colleges, DPS found ways to keep seniors on the path to college despite the challenges of the early days of the pandemic.
Cafe College is a multi-faceted college and career access program of the San Antonio Education Partnership. Visit their website to learn more about their comprehensive services, resources, and supports for students in the San Antonio community.
Helping Students Earn Credentials to Fill Critical Jobs: Bouncing Back from COVID-19 Using Workforce and Education Dollars
In this September 2020 Southern Regional Education Board webinar, panelists explore strategies for strengthening dual enrollment and helping new graduates maintain their educational momentum, even when families struggle to afford tuition
An online, student-facing resource to help Atlanta young people identify Target, Reach, and Likely schools in the region that match their interests and career aspirations. This innovative technology shows what invested local or state partners can do to help make student success a reality.
The NHHEAF Network’s Center for College Planning presents this September 2020 webinar, specifically designed for school counselors. Panelists explore what has changed – and what hasn’t – in the college admissions process amidst the challenges of COVID-19.
The student college access resource website of the Inland Empire, a non-profit regional intermediary organization promoting wholistic, equitable economic and educational development in California’s Riverside and San Bernardino counties.